Beta version Dr. Web x64

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  1. SergM

    SergM Registered Member

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    Dear beta-testers! Today the company "Doctor Web" is glad to inform about of an exit of the first public beta version of antivirus Dr. Web, based on the new anti-virus monitor - SpIDer Guard G3.

    Not pressing in technical features, transition from the old anti-virus watchman on SpIDer Guard G3 will pass for users "is transparent": practically all management and interaction is carried out by habitual image through SpIDer Agent, with that exception, that all settings and managements are united in one point of Adjustment (Settings).


    Supported operational systems:


    The 32-bit version: Windows 2k SP4 + Rollup 1, XP, Vista, Seven;
    The 64-bit version: Windows XP, Vista, Seven.

    Links to files of distribution kits:


    For Windows 32-bit (54,8 Mb) http://beta.drweb.com/files/?p=win/drweb-501-win-beta-x86.exe&lng=ru&t=f

    For Windows 64-bit (54,8 Mb) http://beta.drweb.com/files/?p=win/drweb-501-win-beta-x64.exe&lng=ru&t=f

    Key files (for each platform the key, be attentive!) http://beta.drweb.com/files/?p=win/keys

    Known problems and features of job:


    - Possibility of moving of the infected files quarantine is temporarily disconnected;
    - Under 64-bit OS self-defence is temporarily disconnected;
    - All possibilities on adjustment and management of the anti-virus monitor are not realised;
    - There are small cosmetic defects;
    - The statistics displayed in SpIDer Agent, will be changed and added;
    - Another.

    Attention: before installation in 32-bit system preliminary it is necessary to remove manually all available anti-virus products Dr. Web to carry out reboot and only then to begin installation of the given beta version.


    On what it is necessary to pay attention at testing of the given versions of an antivirus:


    Installation under various OS (x32/x64);
    Processing of the infected files, archives and packers, false operations etc.;
    Functioning of components;
    The general stability of job of an antivirus;
    Compatibility with various user ON;
    Correct application of all set options.

    The company «Doctor Web» does not bear responsibility for consequences which can arise at testing of beta versions of products/components. The service of technical support of the company «Doctor Web» does not carry out support of beta versions of products/components. The basic means of realisation of a feedback with developers at beta-testing is the bug-traker. All questions, offers and the description of the found out errors connected with testing of products/components, it is necessary to publish in a bug-traker.



    The request to put to messages in a bug-trekere all necessary broad gulls and files, in particular:


    Broad gull of job SpIDer Guard G3 (it is located to %DrWebInstallationFolder %\spiderg3.log address);
    Broad gulls of job of other modules (are located to %userprofile %\DoctorWeb\*.log address);
    Memory dumps at falling of components;
    The general dump of memory at falling of all OS;
    The description of system and installed ON which, in your opinion, has called the conflict (or a broad gull of the system utility msinfo32);
    Any other information which can be useful to error diagnostics.


    Successful testing! ;)

    http://forum.drweb.com/index.php?showtopic=283383&st=0&#entry333221
     
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  2. zfactor

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    wish they would release a suite
     
  3. eBBox

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    Finally! :thumb:
     
  4. risl

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    I installed this and first thing I noticed:

    Where is the report option from Spider Guard? If it detects a false positive it will simply cure or delete it? I made a test with the eicar and it didn't say anything, but there was "deleted: 1" in statistics.
     
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  5. SergM

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    It will be realized through quarantine. While it (quarantine) is not plug in. Read attentively the beta forum DrWeb.

    P.S. I wish you happy birthday!
     
  6. risl

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    Thank you very much! .. I will try with google translate since I can't understand Russian. :)
     
  7. krokodil_bb

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    Installed 32bit version on wxpsp3, however windows security center can't find any av installed.
    Spiderguard seems working really faster than previous, but in other drweb parts are some serious bugs (for me):
    dwengine service still have conflict(warning in windows device manager) with windows null.sys driver
    Spidergate web scanner still can't scan ipv6 network.
    scanner is slow and can't scan (skipping) filepaths longer than 256 characters

    tryed to login in drweb bugtracker but is it extremely slow and not usable, probably drweb users reporting too many bugs:rolleyes:
    It looks more as alpha version, not beta:oops:
     
  8. lodore

    lodore Registered Member

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    i will wait until a more stable beta arrives based on current reports.
    im glad drweb have a 64bit version underway.
     
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