Dr.Web Anti-virus with AntiSpam 4.33

Dr.WEB for Windows - comprehensive anti-virus protection of workstations and home computers running under Windows 95 OSR2/98/Me/NT/2000/XP. Dr.WEB Anti-virus has the ability to go beyond other products on the market by being able to detect, cure and or delete malicious programs such as, but not limited too:

* Mass-mailing worms * E-mail viruses * File viruses * Trojans * Stealth viruses* Polymorphic viruses * Bodiless viruses * Macro viruses * MS Office viruses * Script viruses * Spyware * Password stealers * Keyloggers* Paid Dialers * Adware * Riskware * Hacktools * Backdoors * Joke programs * Malicious scripts * Spam* Scamming-, Pharming-, Phishing- messages * Bounce messages * Other malware*

Updates to Dr.WEB virus database are released as soon as new entries are added - up to several times per hour. "Hot" add-ons are released as soon as new threat is caught and analyzed. Dr.WEB global monitoring network collects samples of new viruses from all over the world. Dr.WEB spares computer resources and is fully compatible with Microsoft Windows, from Windows 95 OSR2 to Windows XP Professional. The distribution of Dr.WEB is the smallest of all leading anti-viruses – around 9MB, just 12-15 MB of free space is required after installation! Dr.WEB saves and never overloads computers, which makes it indispensable in outdated computers of older generations. Or maybe you have a notebook? Then Dr.WEB is the best choice for you.

What's new:
Doctor Web, Ltd., a Russian developer of Dr.WEB security solutions, released a personal anti-spam version for Windows workstations. The spam-filtering module is integrated with SpIDer Mail® thus enabling all mails incoming via POP3 and IMAP protocols to be scanned for spam. The spam filtering function is based on the Vade Retro® anti-spam technology developed by Goto Software, a French company having more than 5-year experience in the anti-spam industry. Details...

Download: Dr.Web Anti-virus with AntiSpam 4.33 shareware
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