A highly intelligent anti-virus and anti-spam protection system for large volumes of email traffic
Certified by FSTEC of Russia
Included in the Register of Russian Computer Programs and Databases
Meets high security standards by deploying anti-virus protection for Personal Data Information Systems (PDIS) up to the class I level of security, for Geographic Information System (GIS) up to the class I level of security, for data-processing systems containing state secrets, and for Critical Information Infrastructure organisations up to the highest category.
On-the-fly anti-virus and anti-spam scan of e-mails, including attached files
Anti-virus monitoring of user mailboxes and public directories
Anti-virus protection of mail traffic passing through the MS Exchange server
Curing of infected files
Grouping users by means of Active Directory
Adjustable scanning parameters: the maximum size and types of objects to be scanned objects, actions to be performed with infected objects
Detection of malicious objects compressed with multiple packers
Customizable actions performed with different types of spam, including moving messages to the quarantine or adding a specified prefix into their subject fields
Customizable wording inserted in outgoing e-mails
Isolation of infected and suspicious files in the quarantine
Sending notifications on virus incidents to administrators and other users
Efficient filtering of unsolicited emails
Dr.Web anti-spam is delivered as part of a single solution (not as a separate product) and is installed with a virus-filtering product on the same server. This simplifies administration and ensures that overall costs are lower than they would be if buying our competitors' solutions.
Requires no training. Starts protecting as soon as it is installed.
Successfully identifies spam messages in any language.
Actions can be customised for different categories of spam.
Record-low number of false positives.
Uses its own blacklists and whitelists. This makes it impossible for anyone to discredit companies by deliberately adding them to lists of unwanted addresses.