Constant monitoring of all objects at risk of infection—removable media, email, files and directories, including packaged and archived data.
The improved non-signature detection technology Origins Tracing™ and an intelligent heuristic analyser protect against unknown threats.
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.
SpIDer Guard® settings are password protected against unauthorised tampering.
Automatic, manual and scheduled scans.
Three types of scanning: express, full and custom.
Different actions can be performed with different types of objects: cure, move to the quarantine, and delete; action sequences let you define which action will be applied to an object if the first action can't be performed.
User-defined file and path exclusions.
Scans HTTP and controls access to websites and other Internet resources.
The quarantine isolates infected files; quarantine storage time and maximum size can be specified.
Curing, restoring and removal of quarantined objects.
The anti-virus log contains the time of each event, the name of the scanned object and the type of action applied to the object.
Automatic (scheduled) and on-demand updating.
Automatic notifications, including event sounds, for all viral events.
Detailed operation log.
Modules are available as command line utilities that can be used with Apple Scripts.
It is (wrongly) believed that machines running Mac OS X are invulnerable to infection and that their perfect operating system code protects them from intruders. Consequently, malware is finding a safe haven on machines that lack anti-virus protection. User carelessness is resulting in computers becoming unmanageable.