Updated version of Dr. Web for Windows Mobile 4. 44. 1

October 2, 2008, 1:23 pm

updated version of dr. web for windows mobile 4. 44. 1   Released an updated version of antivirus Dr. Web for Windows Mobile. The program provides antivirus protection for handheld computers and communicators running Windows Mobile 2003/5. 0/6. 0. Mobile Dr. Web intercepts viruses in real time, as well as scanning files on demand.
discovering malicious program, the monitor is temporarily blocking the found file, it displays a warning and invited to choose one of three actions (ignore, delete, move to quarantine). All information on the monitor remains in the magazine.
checks may be subjected to the memory of the device or a memory card installed on it. There are two types of scanning:the full and selective. As a result of scanning the user can apply to the discovery of malicious sites, one of three actions:ignore, delete, move to quarantine (ie, in a special folder that you created on your Anti-Virus).
function to update antivirus databases to protect against the latest malicious programs. Update virus databases via the Internet manually through the menu scanner.
The latest version:
  • bug fixed launch anti-virus software monitor after-reseta (normal restart communicator);
  • fixes a bug in the module, remove a previous version of anti-virus, which causes problems installing new distribution;
  • fixes a bug related to the closure of reports that there is no key that led to the denial of launch monitor after copying a key file.
Users Dr. Web for Windows Mobile transition to the new version by using the built module updates. For all users Dr. Web for Windows new version is free and available for download from here.


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