My 5 cents
Dr.Web CureNet! is not a web-service and, therefore, doesn't use the Internet to upload its scanner file to computers, making uploading and scanning faster and not dependent on Internet bandwidth. Dr.Web CureNet! can even bne used in networks that have no Internet access.
Dr.Web CureNet! doesn’t require a running server or any additional software. It doesn’t interrupt business routines and conforms with established server security policies.
Dr.Web CureNet! doesn’t send or receive data from a Doctor Web server, and statistics regarding the operation of the anti-virus in your corporate network will never be sent to the vendor. A report is created on the system administrator’s computer inside the network. Information regarding scanning in the network remains strictly confidential.
Your individual download link is stored in your “My Dr.Web CureNet!” area as long as your license is valid. Use the link to download the latest version of Dr.Web CureNet! any time you need it. You can also launch the updating utility to retrieve the latest virus database updates while Dr.Web CureNet! is running.
Even an inexperienced system administrator can work with Dr.Web CureNet! The Dr.Web CureNet! Master Interface presents the scanning procedure as a sequence of steps that are very easy to follow. The administrator can monitor the scanning process in real-time.
A data transfer protocol for TCP-IP networks supported by special traffic compression algorithms provides low Dr.Web CureNet! scanner distribution traffic.
Dr.Web SelfPROtect is used for protection against anti-antivirus programs aiming to disrupt the operation of anti-virus software. It protects Dr.Web CureNet! modules and files on a target host before scanning begins.
Dr.Web scanners distributed over the network utilize the latest virus databases. You can update databases and software components using Dr.Web CureNet! Master prior to each scanning session. A reboot of the system may be necessary for curing certain viruses. Dr.Web CureNet! Master allows you to configure automatic rebooting of a host after curing.
I've just learned of your presence and due to the MAC botnet discovery. I'm interested in exploring your products further and have interest in mobile protection as well. I'm a HTCIA and Infragard member with an array of security concerns in our global mobile environment. First concern is to opening Country Blocks in firewalls to access products / updates (rules to create).
Would be a hard sell to utilize services other than the most common solutions.
Any feedback is appreciated.