Dr.Web Anti-virus for Linux
Protection from malicious programs, including those designed specifically for Linux
- Reliable protection from all malicious programs, including those that have yet to be analysed by Doctor Web.
- The user-friendly Dr.Web Control Center lets you centrally manage the anti-virus protection of Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X machines, and other network components. Easily connects to the centralised corporate anti-virus protection system. The Control Center is provided free of charge.
- Minimal consumption of resources in the protected system and low updating traffic make Dr.Web Anti-virus for Linux's operation virtually invisible.
- With asynchronous scanning, you can perform any operations on all types of files instantly.
- Dr.Web for Linux will never freeze your computer during scanning—even if an error occurs.
- With the user-friendly interface, configuring and controlling Dr.Web for Linux has never been easier.
Many people believe that:
- Linux and its software are impregnable to infection due to its perfect design and open-source nature.
- Malware can get on a machine only through user carelessness and negligence.
This is a fallacy! And such attitudes result in the loss of control over an unprotected machine which turns into a safe haven for malware.
- Centralised configuration of all components.
- Constant monitoring of all objects at risk of infection—removable media, email, and files and directories, including packaged and archived data.
- Protection from unknown threats thanks to the improved non-signature detection technology Origins Tracing™ and the intelligent heuristic analyser.
- With the unique FLY-CODE™ technology at its disposal, Dr.Web detects and removes malware disguised with unknown packers.
- Neutralises viruses, Trojans and other malware.
- Comprehensive databases for detecting spyware, riskware, adware, hack tools, and jokers.
- The file monitor is highly resistant to attempts by malicious programs to disrupt its operation.
- Anti-virus scan modes include express, full, and custom scan—the latter can be launched manually.
- Different actions can be performed with different types of objects: cure, move to quarantine, delete; action sequences allow you to define which action will be applied to an object if the first action can't be performed.
- Scanning exceptions.
- The quarantine isolates infected files; quarantine storage time and maximum size can be specified.
- Curing, restoration and removal of quarantined objects.
- The anti-virus log contains the time of each event, the name of the object scanned, and the type of action applied to the object.
- Automatic (scheduled) and on-demand updating.
- Virus notifications (that include event sounds) on viral events.
- The anti-virus modules are available as command prompt utilities which can be used independently.
- A good choice for an organisation with the highest security standards.
- Operating system: GNU/Linux distributions supporting Intel x86/amd64 with kernel 2.6.37 (and later) and glibc 2.13 (and later).
- At least 400 МB of free disk space.
- Internet connection for registration and updating.
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