Dr.Web for Windows 10.0 for Windows

by DialogueScience, Inc.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (101 votes)

File Details

File Size 306.9 MB
License Shareware, $29.00
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 4,931
Publisher DialogueScience, Inc.
Homepage Dr.Web

Publisher's Description

Dr.Web is a powerful combination of an AntiVirus scanner and a clever memory resident monitor - "Spider Guard". It is deeply integrated into the operating system of your PC, which practically excludes any possible intrusion of a malicious code, e.i. virus, worm, or trojan into your computer.

Latest Reviews

some guy

some guy reviewed v7.0.0.10100 on Oct 11, 2011

how about this Cyber Douche DR WEB Sucks!

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v7.0 Beta on Jun 11, 2011

wow no reviews since 2009
dr web is amazing

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v5.00.1.12220 on Dec 30, 2009

With all advances DrWeb still has a very low detection rate. Yesterday I found three viruses on a computer supposedly "protected" by DrWeb.

A good viruses definitions DB is far more important than how much resources an AV solution uses.

billco

billco reviewed v5.00.1.09020 on Sep 13, 2009

Anybody that criticises the GUI as simple, doesn't know what they're talking about. Simple GUI is GOOD. It's what goes behind the scenes that makes the malware checker.
I can say that this thing caught a some trojans, boot sector virus, , and something causing my browser problems. Malware bytes didn't catch the latter 2. So this thing worked.. I don't know if NODor KAV would've done better.. I know I was using a free version, was great..
http://www.freedrweb.com/cureit/

RastaWorld

RastaWorld reviewed v5.00.1.08100 on Aug 12, 2009

Super low detect rate. Does not even come close to detecting variants from the past 6 months.

emanresU deriseD

emanresU deriseD reviewed v5.00.1.08030 on Aug 3, 2009

You lost faith in one AV solution, and threw it into another, based on one virus. I'll be totally blunt: That doesn't make sense.

starkside

starkside reviewed v5.00.1.07270 on Jul 31, 2009

I've had Eset Smart Security for about two years. However, ESS failed to notice the virus when the time has come and I opened a keygen with Win32.Virut inside. I was suspicious, though (the file din't do anything, which is suspicious, I suppose), So I checked it with Dr. Web CureIt! AV package.

This AV found about 15 instances of the virus! As mluch as I love ESS (got used to it by now, duh), I duly switchedover to Dr.Web, simply due to its efficiency.

emanresU deriseD

emanresU deriseD reviewed v5.00.1.06040 on Jun 4, 2009

Did you come across this listing by accident? There's a reason you've probably never heard of this piece of crap. Move along.

niknetpc

niknetpc reviewed v5.00.1.05150 on May 18, 2009

This AV provides for free by almost Russian ISP's with broadband subscription.Really Dr.Web unable to handle anything, latest version is more beauty GUI, but rate of virus detection is degraded.My friend purchase new laptop two mounts ago with 1 year subscription of Dr.Web from own ISP, and after month his PC is crashed from virus infection, reinstall and again have various problems with it. I tell him to remove Dr.Web and install KAV2009, results to be amazed us, PC is infected by 8 trojans and viruses,easy detected and removed by KAV2009, but Dr.Web detect NOTHING of these viruses. All problems is fully resolved for now.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v5.00.1.02020 on Feb 8, 2009

A new release number doesn't justify an antic interface, quite low virus detection rate and frequent disability to cure the system from already running viruses/trojans and rootkits.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (101 votes)
Your Rating
some guy

some guy reviewed v7.0.0.10100 on Oct 11, 2011

how about this Cyber Douche DR WEB Sucks!

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v7.0 Beta on Jun 11, 2011

wow no reviews since 2009
dr web is amazing

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v5.00.1.12220 on Dec 30, 2009

With all advances DrWeb still has a very low detection rate. Yesterday I found three viruses on a computer supposedly "protected" by DrWeb.

A good viruses definitions DB is far more important than how much resources an AV solution uses.

billco

billco reviewed v5.00.1.09020 on Sep 13, 2009

Anybody that criticises the GUI as simple, doesn't know what they're talking about. Simple GUI is GOOD. It's what goes behind the scenes that makes the malware checker.
I can say that this thing caught a some trojans, boot sector virus, , and something causing my browser problems. Malware bytes didn't catch the latter 2. So this thing worked.. I don't know if NODor KAV would've done better.. I know I was using a free version, was great..
http://www.freedrweb.com/cureit/

RastaWorld

RastaWorld reviewed v5.00.1.08100 on Aug 12, 2009

Super low detect rate. Does not even come close to detecting variants from the past 6 months.

emanresU deriseD

emanresU deriseD reviewed v5.00.1.08030 on Aug 3, 2009

You lost faith in one AV solution, and threw it into another, based on one virus. I'll be totally blunt: That doesn't make sense.

starkside

starkside reviewed v5.00.1.07270 on Jul 31, 2009

I've had Eset Smart Security for about two years. However, ESS failed to notice the virus when the time has come and I opened a keygen with Win32.Virut inside. I was suspicious, though (the file din't do anything, which is suspicious, I suppose), So I checked it with Dr. Web CureIt! AV package.

This AV found about 15 instances of the virus! As mluch as I love ESS (got used to it by now, duh), I duly switchedover to Dr.Web, simply due to its efficiency.

emanresU deriseD

emanresU deriseD reviewed v5.00.1.06040 on Jun 4, 2009

Did you come across this listing by accident? There's a reason you've probably never heard of this piece of crap. Move along.

niknetpc

niknetpc reviewed v5.00.1.05150 on May 18, 2009

This AV provides for free by almost Russian ISP's with broadband subscription.Really Dr.Web unable to handle anything, latest version is more beauty GUI, but rate of virus detection is degraded.My friend purchase new laptop two mounts ago with 1 year subscription of Dr.Web from own ISP, and after month his PC is crashed from virus infection, reinstall and again have various problems with it. I tell him to remove Dr.Web and install KAV2009, results to be amazed us, PC is infected by 8 trojans and viruses,easy detected and removed by KAV2009, but Dr.Web detect NOTHING of these viruses. All problems is fully resolved for now.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v5.00.1.02020 on Feb 8, 2009

A new release number doesn't justify an antic interface, quite low virus detection rate and frequent disability to cure the system from already running viruses/trojans and rootkits.

Undesired Username

Undesired Username reviewed v5.0.0.12180 on Dec 20, 2008

I ran this for a short time, and its appearance and functionality left me with the feeling that it was the weekend project of an undergrad IS student.

pashtex

pashtex reviewed v5.0 Beta on Nov 20, 2008

It's Super Antivirus for Slow PC's

It's made in best Land-Russia. This soft if From Russia with Love xD

FlauntMG

FlauntMG reviewed v4.33 on Sep 30, 2005

I've been using Dr. Web since 4.16b and this version is no difference in terms of detection, and heuristics wise, this version has come a long way and finally establish themselves alongside NOD32.
The interface has changed slightly, and the resources seems to increased from the normal 4mb (spidernt.exe x2) to 5mb this time around. Unfortunately, 4.33 is not perfect, unchecking the disable enhanced protection will cause a major slowdown and the cpu resources will spiked up to 100%, and there are serious issue regarding the new malware option, changing the action will cause system to crash.
Update: After doing routine full system scan, Dr. Web detected more than 3 false positives which surprisingly hasn't been the case with previous version, and some of the FPs involved Windows core files, including few dll system files. This might cause a major problem to any average user out there, hence i will drop the rating from 4 to 3. And I will seriously not recommend this version of Dr. Web to any average user out there unless you have strong Windows knowledge.
I'll wait for Dr. Web to rectify this issue before i fully deployed this version on my PC. Til then, I will temporarily use F-Prot for the time being.

bellgamin

bellgamin reviewed v4.32b on Mar 24, 2005

DrWeb has rottweiler-grade heuristics. It issues updates to signatures several times daily. Result: top-notch protection. Signature updates are incremental, so they are VERY fast, even on dial-up. If combined with ADInf (an integrity checker), DrWeb also affords good protection against rootkits. (AdInf is produced by the same outfit as DrWeb. It interfaces with DrWeb flawlessly.)

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