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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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On the AppStore
10-day demo
Cures PCs and servers running MS Windows XP Professional and later versions, except for Windows® Server 2003 x64 Edition and Windows® XP Professional SP2 x64 Edition
Operates in networks isolated from the Internet
IPv6 support
Target network size Unlimited
Launching the Dr.Web CureNet! Administrative Console
  • On any PC running Windows 2012 / 8, 8.1 (Professional/Enterprise) / 2008 SP2 / 7 (Professional/Enterprise/Ultimate) / 2008 / Vista SP1 (Business/Enterprise/Ultimate) / 2003 SP1 / XP Professional SP2 (32- and 64-bit architecture)
Launch Dr.Web CureNet! From USB media
Installing Dr.Web scanners for Windows Installation not required
Start the curing scanners remotely to treat an infected system without doing any preliminary curing of the system Industry leader!
Remote centralised launch of the curing scanners on all / selected hosts
Option to perform custom scans on remote hosts
Option to pause and stop scans on selected hosts
Option to change the list of workstations when scanning is running
Option to change the workstations access parameters when scanning is running
Option to disconnect a remote host from the network during a scanning session to prevent re-infection.
Centralised configuration of actions to be performed with malicious objects detected on remote hosts
Access to Quarantine on remote workstations
Centralised collection of statistics
Scanners remove themselves upon scan completion
Export scanning reports
Host search

Forming the list of scanned stations by means of Active Directory

Automatic host search

  • By IP address
  • By IP address range
  • By mask
  • By NetBIOS name
Scanning features
Custom scan profiles
Specific actions for each type of malicious object (spyware, adware, riskware, paid dialers, and jokers)
Customisable actions, including ‘cure’, ‘rename’, ‘quarantine’ and ‘delete’, for infected and suspicious objects and for objects of other types
Customisable action sequences to be performed to a malicious object if one of the initial actions can't be applied
Customisable actions for infected archives, packers and email database files
Heuristic analyser
Additional malware detection technologies in addition to signature-based search and heuristic analysis Origins Tracing
Express scan (memory, boot sectors of all disks, startup objects, the boot disk’s root directory, the root directory of the drive on which Windows is installed, Windows installation directory, My Documents, the system temp directory, and the user’s temporary directory)
Full scan (all objects examined during an express scan and all local disks on the PC)
Add archives to scanning exceptions
Add email database files to scanning exceptions
Efficient protection from anti-antivirus programs
Improved! Protection of modules and files of Dr.Web CureNet! on remote workstations Dr.Web SelfPRotect
Scan files and directories including packed and archived files at any nesting level
Detection and removal of viruses disguised with unknown packers FLY-CODE
Scan scripts (including VB-Script and Java Script)
Scan logical disks
Scan email database files

Detection and neutralisation of active (currently running in the system) and inactive malicious programs of the following types:

  • Worms
  • Rootkits
  • File viruses
  • Trojan horses
  • Bodiless and stealth viruses
  • Polymorphic viruses
  • Macro viruses and viruses that infect Microsoft Office documents
  • Script viruses
  • Spyware
  • Adware
  • Hack tools
  • Paid dialers
  • Joker programs
The leader in curing active infections!
Dr.Web CureNet! component and virus database updates on demand via the Internet
Virus database size An optimised number of definitions
Update size The smallest in the industry!
Supported languages
The program is localised in Russian
The User Manual in Russian
Tech Support
Technical support is available in Russian, English, German, French and Japanese
Analysis of viruses unknown to Dr.Web