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No branch of the economy could function flawlessly function without a means of protecting its information from virus-related computer incidents (VCIs) — i.e., without an anti-virus.
According to the Information Security Doctrine of the Russian Federation, the strategic objectives of information security in the economic sphere are to develop and produce competitive information security solutions. The main thrust of the efforts involved in ensuring information security in the economic sphere is to eliminate the dependence of domestic industries on foreign information technologies and information security solutions by creating, developing, and widely implementing Russian solutions.
Since 1992 the Russian anti-virus Dr.Web has been meeting the fundamental need of any business—to keep its digital assets protected; it helps companies operate in a secure digital environment.
Doctor Web started developing its anti-virus in the first half of the 1990s when the Internet was only developing and had not yet become a global network, and just few companies could afford to access it.
Dr.Web was at the height of popularity almost from the moment it appeared—in the mid-90s, there was no computer in Russia that did not have Dr.Web installed on it. For more than 25 years, this top-notch, high-tech product has been operating on the extremely competitive global anti-virus market.
Doctor Web’s strategic goal, on which its entire workforce is focused, is to create anti-virus software that is of the highest quality and meets all the requirements currently placed on this segment of programs, and to develop new technologies that allow users to arm themselves against all types of computer threats.
The company’s software incorporates a proprietary anti-virus engine—only a few companies in the world have their own engine, and the rest license one from other anti-virus vendors. The Dr.Web engine utilises many effective, often unique non-signature technologies.
Dr.Web can recognise suspicious programs that have similar behaviour patterns and block their operation even if their definitions haven’t yet been added to the Dr.Web virus database.
A distinctive feature of the Dr.Web virus database is that just a single entry can neutralise tens or hundreds, and sometimes even thousands of similar types of viruses! Even with its smaller number of database virus entries, compared with other programs, it can detect with a high degree of probability malicious programs that Dr.Web does not yet know (because they haven’t yet been added to the database).
The global Dr.Web virus-monitoring system obtains virus samples all over the Internet. As soon as an update is released, anti-viruses can retrieve it from several servers located at various points of the globe. Urgent updates are released as soon as a new threat has been thoroughly analysed.
The Doctor Web development team responds to market demands as fast as possible and constantly offers the computer community new and effective components and applications. The line of anti-virus products developed and delivered by Doctor Web encompasses the widest range of operating systems and compatible applications.
Program development, virus analysis, and the global virus-monitoring service
Ulitsa Krasnoyarskaya, 35
+7 (383) 328-06-86
Doctor Web is the Russian developer of Dr.Web anti-virus software. Dr.Web anti-virus software has been developed since 1992.
2-12А, 3rd street Yamskogo polya, Moscow, Russia, 125124