Dr.Web new website

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by risl, Sep 12, 2008.

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  1. risl

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    Hello,

    www.drweb.com has been updated it seems, looking good and fresh. :D
     
  2. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    yep, more professional.

    a website, for V5 im sure.

    "Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite"

    and the V5 shield is littered around the website :)
     
  3. Fajo

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    Maybe it means a new version is on the way ?

    Edit.

    omg a non demeaning comment by me about web.. guess things are changing. LOL
     
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  4. risl

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    It is
     
  5. C.S.J

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    well, i doubt it will be labelled a suite but basically it has all the features to be one, or not.. depending which versions you wish to purchase.

    nice to see the v5 shield and the new design of the website, its much more professional with much more information, keep up the good work!
     
  6. Fajo

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    Web hates me. I cant even access the site. just keep getting a Page load error. :blink:
     
  7. Bob D

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    Very impressive.
    Web site down.
     
  8. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    works and loads fine here, super fast :)
     
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    Loads quick for me and may I say much nicer looking website.:thumb:
     
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    149euro for 5 licenses and 1 file server.
    thats roughly £19.9 per license and a total of £118
    thats for business thou. but if someone uses a windows server os for home use is a good deal.
    and its 21euro for a single license for home use which is roughly £16
     
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    :D Yep, the new site is beautiful! :D
    Looks like we're finally on our way to v.5! Didn't they say it could be in October?
    I think the suite will be sweet!
    Dr. Web is really moving along...congratulations!
     
  12. Medank

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    all i could understand on that website was a Laptop on their website :D
    all other didn't understand and don't want to eather :) , but other then this it was a good website i think.
     
  13. C.S.J

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    i wonder if the virus submission has improved aswell, i noticed categories.

    i usually just send them via email so i dont know if they had categories before on the website.

    either way, check it out.

    http://vms.drweb.com/sendvirus
     
  14. vijayind

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    There seems to be a wiff of change @ DrWeb.
    Lets hope the hype and snazzy graphics live up to the expectations from v5.
     
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    They need to increase the total amount of green shading with some subtle variations.;)
     
  16. emperordarius

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    Who cares
    Looks good:thumb:
     
  17. egghead

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    Looks good, but I am not objective I guess. :D

    BTW what have Russians with the color green?: Dr.Web, Kaspersky, System Safety Monitor o_O
     
  18. gates

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    now they have professional look.

    Well done :argh:
     
  19. risl

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    Dunno, but green, blue, white, etc. are restful colors. Perhaps it should make you feel safer, like in a loony asylum where everything is white and soft? .. or something
     
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    Couple bottles of vodka and the whole world is green... :D :D
     
  21. egghead

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    After 1 bottle I already see every colour in the spectrum :D
     
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    almost all vendors are attracted by colors which is like flags for the people in diff nations. is there really something behind each color or just attraction for those who love colours? just an impression.
    It looks good but not special anyway.o_O
     
  23. LoneWolf

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    Yes it definantly looks much better.
    Hopefully v5 is not that far away. :D
     
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    Maybe we slashdotted it :p
     
  25. C.S.J

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    "Submissions from partners and registered users of Dr.Web products are given the highest priority"

    this is great news,

    however,

    there seems to be a few niggles in the new submission service at the moment, as i sent in another 20 or so this morning including muldrop, vundo, virut and fakealert .exe samples, yet i didnt even recieve any automated emails or any emails of any kind, like i usually do.

    the kind staff at drweb are chasing them up however, :)
     
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