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Dr.Web CureNet!

A solution for remote centralised curing on Windows PCs and servers, including those running different anti-virus software, regardless of local network size.

  • Windows and iOS devices support the launch of the Dr.Web CureNet! Administrative Console and the distribution of curing scanners
  • To operate, Dr.Web CureNet! does not require a server nor does it require Dr.Web scanners to be installed on Windows machines or servers.
  • The Dr.Web CureNet! Wizard can be run from any removable media including USB data storage devices.
  • Dr.Web scanners for Windows are not installed; they are merely launched and then remove themselves at the end of each scanning session. You can disable network access for a target machine while it is being scanned to avoid a recurring infection or to prevent an infection from spreading to other network nodes.
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Master

  • Any PC running MS Windows XP Professional SP2+ / Server 2003 SP1+ / Vista (Business, Enterprise or Ultimate) SP1+ / Server 2008 / 7 (Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate) / Server 2008 SP2+ / 8 and 8.1 (Professional and Enterprise) / Server 2012 / 10 or iPhone 4s, iPod touch 6 or later models of these products running iOS 8.0 or later versions.
  • Free RAM: at least 360 MB
  • Free disk space: at least 200 MB
  • A TCP/IP connection to all target hosts
  • Internet access: to update the virus databases and components of Dr.Web CureNet!

Scanner

The system requirements for stations are the same as for a computer on which the Administration Console is being run, with the exception of the following:

  • OS: MS Windows XP Professional SP2 and later, except for the following versions for 64-bit systems: Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP Professional SP2.
  • No Internet access is required

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2003 — 2022

Doctor Web is a cybersecurity company focused on threat detection, prevention and response technologies