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Neutralises the latest malicious programs that have been designed to bypass detection by traditional signature-based scanning and heuristic mechanisms and that are completely new and not yet known to your anti-virus.
Starts protecting a system during the boot-up phase, even before the traditional, signature-based anti-virus is loaded!
Neutralises the actions of active malware programs without overloading the system.
Analyses the behaviour of each threat in real time by comparing it with the reputation information stored in the Dr.Web Cloud which is constantly being updated. Immediately neutralises harmful scripts and processes that your anti-virus didn’t manage to recognise. Monitors all system processes and blocks those that exhibit malicious behaviour. Determines whether a program is dangerous and then takes whatever measures are necessary to neutralise the threat.
Does not require any configuration and starts operating effectively as soon as it’s installed.
Protects the system even if a PC is not connected to the Internet.
Protects critical system areas from being modified by malware.
Detects and stops the execution of malicious, suspicious or unreliable scripts and processes.
Detects unwanted file modification, monitors the operation of all processes to detect actions that are typical of malware (e.g., the activities of encryption ransomware), and prevents malicious objects from injecting their code into other processes.
Detects and neutralises threats that have not yet been discovered and entered in the Dr.Web virus database: encryption ransomware, web injectors.
Protects against exploits—malicious objects that take advantage of software flaws, including those not yet known to anyone except for the intruders who created them (i.e., zero-day vulnerabilities).
Controls the operation of the most popular browsers and their associated plugins; protects against browser blockers.
Blocks malware’s ability to modify boot disk areas in order to prevent the launch of Trojan horses, for example, on your computer.
Blocks changes from being made to the Windows Registry to ensure that the safe mode won't be disabled.
Prevents malicious programs from altering basic system routines. By blocking certain Windows Registry keys, it prevents malware from changing the appearance of the desktop or hiding a Trojan with a rootkit.
Prevents malware from changing launch permissions.
Prevents new or unknown drivers from being downloaded without user consent.
Prevents malware and certain other applications, such as anti-antiviruses, from adding their entries into the Windows Registry where they could be launched automatically.
Locks registry sections containing information about virtual device drivers, ensuring that no new virtual devices are created.
Blocks connections between spyware components and the server that controls them.
Prevents malware from disrupting system routines such as scheduled backups.