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Dr.Web for Windows

Protection of workstations, embedded system clients, terminal and virtual server clients

New version!

Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite 10.0

Dr.Web for Windows provides reliable protection against most existing threats. Its unsurpassed curing and self-protection capabilities leave viruses and other malware no chance of penetrating the protected environment. The built-in firewall and Office Control (only offered under the Comprehensive Protection license) will help prevent viruses from exploiting operating system and application vulnerabilities and allow you to control the operation of the installed programs.

Version 6

  • Intel® Pentium® IV 1.6 GHz
  • 512 MB RAM
  • At least 250 MB of disk space
  • Windows 98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8/2012 (32- and 64-bit editions)

Product datasheet (PDF)

Version 10

  • Intel® Pentium® IV 1.6 GHz
  • 512 MB RAM
  • At least 330 MB of disk space
  • Windows XP/2003/Vista/2008/7/8/2012/10 (32- and 64-bit editions)

Product datasheet (PDF) | What's new in this version | Release Notes

License options

Comprehensive protection

  • Anti-virus
  • Anti-spam
  • SpIDer Gate®
  • Office Control
  • Data loss prevention
  • Dr.Web Cloud
  • Firewall


  • Anti-virus
  • Firewall


  • Preventive protection
  • Dr.Web Cloud

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Centralised control over agent settings

With Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite Control Center, you can:

  • Implement a company-specific security policy without having to configure each PC’s protection components.
  • Ensure that employees cannot disable the anti-virus or its separate components, which would inevitably reduce the level of protection.
  • Ensure that the anti-virus operates with the settings specified by the network administrator.
  • Schedule and remotely run regular scans, both on administrator demand and according to a schedule.
  • Monitor the regularity of updates and ensure that they cannot be disabled.
  • Collect and analyse information on the health of the anti-virus protection system, and generate reports for a specific timeframe.
  • Notify administrators and users of the protection system’s health status.
  • Timely respond to emerging virus problems, which will lessen the risk of network infections and company financial losses caused by personnel downtimes, data losses, Internet connection breakdowns, and business partners being impacted by your infection issues.

Centralised management of security policies

A system administrator can expand or limit the rights of individual users, a user group, or all user groups to control the agents. For example, the system administrator can:

  • Allow users to change anti-virus settings.
  • Restrict setting modification by users.
  • Prohibit setting modification.
  • Change which Dr.Web software components are installed on protected computers.
  • Start jobs on protected computers.
  • Force updates on agents that have not been updated for a long time.
  • Force background scanning on protected computers.

Network installation (remote installation)

  • Identify computers on the network that aren't protected by anti-viruses.
  • Install Dr.Web remotely onto target computers, for example, by means of Active Directory services.
  • The Network Scanner searches for computers by IP address in the local network and generates a hierarchical list of computers, indicating which of them have anti-virus software installed on them.

Regular updates of virus databases and program modules

The Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite Control Center lets you forever rule out the possibility that employees will neglect to install critical updates. It ensures that virus outbreaks in your local network will be prevented and that an infection won't spread beyond its borders. Also Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite enables you to:

  • Configure the Dr.Web component update procedure on protected workstations by distributing the load at different time intervals.
  • Monitor virus databases and the status of the PCs.
  • Apply the update settings of one station to another station or to a whole group (or groups).
  • Take advantage of the mobile mode so that the machines of employees who work off-site remain protected.

Make sure that the protected hosts are scanned for viruses regularly

The Dr.Web Control Center lets you centrally enforce a security policy for conducting regular scans:

  • Start/stop scanning on remote hosts without interfering with the user experience.
  • Specify scan paths.
  • Specify any necessary group and individual scan schedules, i.e. scan the system at a time convenient for employees.

Restrict access network-wide to removable data storage media

The restriction of access to removable devices is centrally configured in the Dr.Web Control Center.

With Dr.Web Office Control you can:

  • Define the files and folders on the local network to which an employee may have access, and prohibit access to those that are off-limits. This prevents data and sensitive information from being deliberately or intentionally damaged, deleted, or stolen by attackers or insiders (i.e., employees seeking access to confidential information).
  • Restrict or deny access to websites and removable devices, and therefore, exclude the possibility of a virus invading via those sources.

Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite — manage end-point security from a single Control Center

The Dr.Web Control Center is provided free of charge.

Maintain control over your anti-virus security system from any common browser on any computer running any operating system.

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