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Title: Dr.Web 4.44 as shareware
Post by: warpcafe on 2008.09.04, 18:21:53
http://www.os2world.com/content/view/18340/2/ (http://www.os2world.com/content/view/18340/2/)

Can anyone tell me (before I need to look up all the stuff...) whether this thing comes with a filesystem "hook" or whatever you might call it... or as an IFS somehow? I mean: Does it support on-access scanning or is it just another on-demand file-based scan? Does it scan into archives?

Thanks.
Thomas
Title: Re: Dr.Web 4.44 as shareware
Post by: EugeneGorbunoff on 2008.09.04, 19:22:18

it's console scanner

http://solutions.drweb.com/home/scanner/

commercial
Title: Re: Dr.Web 4.44 as shareware
Post by: warpcafe on 2008.09.05, 12:14:43
Hey Eugene, thanks!
Title: Re: Dr.Web 4.44 as shareware
Post by: onlineuser2 on 2008.09.10, 09:20:47

Is it possible to have Claim AV AND Dr. Web av both installed on the same computer?

What about? Thanks

Onlineuser2
Title: Re: Dr.Web 4.44 as shareware
Post by: abwillis on 2008.09.10, 17:02:16
Sure, the only issue involved with multiple virus scanners is if both are doing on-access scanning (files scanned as they are used).  On OS/2 Norman is the only one that I know of that could do that.  Even on windows you can have more than one Antivirus installed so long as both are not attempting to do on-access scanning (you don't really want both running scans at the same time as it would well and truly cause disk thrashing).
Title: Re: Dr.Web 4.44 as shareware
Post by: onlineuser2 on 2008.09.10, 22:13:55
thanks.

BTW: are there any limit in the use of the shareware Drweb av?

Bye

Onlineuser2