Dr.Web LiveCD - Beta Version Released

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  1. Miyagi

    Miyagi Registered Member

    Mar 12, 2005
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    Doctor Web, Ltd., a Russian anti-virus software developer, announces the release of public beta-version of new Dr.Web product – Dr.Web LiveCD – a disk for a computer emergency protection.

    Dr.Web LiveCD is an image of the boot compact disk which contains all necessary tools to check your computer for viruses without installation of any programs on the hard drive. The check is made by the scanner with the newest anti-virus bases included into the CD. Dr.Web LiveCD allows to check files in all file systems of Windows (FAT, FAT32 and NTFS).

    If a computer is connected to the Internet through a local network, you can visit web-sites and check your mail with the help of the web-browser and the mail program included into it, as well as update the anti-virus bases of the scanner via the updating utility.

    The main purpose of Dr.Web LiveCD is curing of computers operated by Microsoft Windows infected by viruses. Dr.Web LiveCD incorporates the modified version of Linux, which allows to reliably detect and disinfect the computer invaded by malware.

    The space-saving size of Dr.Web LiveCD allows to burn it on Mini-CD and have it always at hand.

    We welcome all users to download new product by Dr.Web at http://beta.drweb.com/ and participate in beta-testing of Dr.Web LiveCD!

    Source: http://info.drweb.com/show/2781
  2. Durad

    Durad Registered Member

    Aug 13, 2005
    Can it remove infections on NTFS partitions?
  3. Severyanin

    Severyanin AV Expert

    Mar 19, 2006
    Yes, it can.
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