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For more details on how to create boot CD, please refer here. You can also use our video tutorial to visually learn how boot CD is created.

Dr.Web LiveCD is an emergency system recovery disk. Using Dr.Web LiveCD to boot your PC, you can check it for viruses and cure damaged Windows even if the system can no longer be started in its normal way.

Dr.Web LiveUSB is an emergency system recovery tool using USB data storage. Using Dr.Web LiveUSB to boot your PC, you can check it for viruses and cure damaged Windows even if the system can no longer be started in its normal way.

Download Dr.Web LiveUSB distribution file from our website, connect your flash drive to your PC and run the file you have downloaded. In the next window, specify which of flash drives you want to use (if a number of them is available), and also if it needs formatting before use. Press Create Dr.Web LiveUSB and wait for the process to complete. After Dr.Web LiveUSB has been created, press Exit.

Most present-day desktop and notebook PCs have a key to select booting from any media type available in the PC. It is normally F11 key. When pressed, a boot device selection menu is displayed.

In previous BIOS versions, you may select boot device manually. Just enter BIOS by pressing Del or F2 key during booting, open Boot Settings (or sometimes simply Boot) section and change the boot sequence (CD-ROM should be set to the first position).

Most present-day desktop and notebook PCs have a key to select booting from any media type available in the PC. It is normally F11 key. When pressed, a boot device selection menu is displayed.

In previous BIOS versions, you may select boot device manually. Just enter BIOS by pressing Del or F2 key during booting, open Boot Settings (or sometimes simply Boot) section and change the boot sequence (USB or Removable device should be set to the first position depending on your PC BIOS version).

To start scanning, press Dr.Web in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen (acts like Windows Start button) and select Dr.Web Sсanner. Selecting objects to be scanned and starting/stopping the scanner is similar to those of the standard Dr.Web Anti-Virus interface.

Dr.Web LiveCD documentation is available for download on this page in the Documentation section, and Dr.Web LiveUSB’s is here, in the same Documentation section.

Update Dr.Web CureIt! whenever you intend to use it, since the distribution file on Doctor Web's site is updated along with the virus database.

No, every new version of the Dr.Web CureIt! executable file has a unique name, so note the file name immediately as soon as a download notification appears.

Open the folder where your browser saves downloaded files, and locate the file with a Dr.Web green spider brand con.

Note: each new version of the Dr.Web CureIt! executable has its own name. Remember exactly where you saved the downloaded file and look for the Dr.Web brand icon, and you'll never lose track of the downloaded file.

To neutrolize malware species from the Trojan.Winlock family Dr.Web CureIt! features a unique anti-blocker mechanism. When you run the utility, all its windows are displayed on the protected desktop, beyond the Trojan’s reach. The user is displayed a notification informing them that they can continue to work in the enhanced protection mode (while other operations will be unavailable) or run Dr.Web CureIt! in the standard mode. When running in the enhanced mode, you can't switch to the standard mode until scanning is completed.

Self-protection of the Dr.Web anti-virus is activated at an early startup stage. New stealth algorithms allowing the utility to remain unnoticed by viruses rule out the possibility of blocking its operation before this point.

You can use Dr.Web CureIt! free of charge only to cure your own home computer. In all other cases you need to buy a license.

For example, licensing is required if you are going to scan and cure:

  • Office machine
  • Computers of your co-workers
  • Corporate server

and if you render computer curing services to a third party.

Free use Dr.Web CureIt! for purposes other than curing your own home PC is illegal.

The unique architecture of Dr.Web CureIt! makes it compatible with all currently existing anti-virus software from all vendors . Dr.Web CureIt! does not interfere with their operation.

Dr.Web LinkChecker is a reliable tool ensuring safety when working on the Internet.

Features:

  • Scans web pages for viruses before they loaded by the browser
  • Scans files before they are downloaded from the Internet
  • Searches for viruses, Trojans, spyware and other malware
  • Scans linked content to detect scripts and frames
  • Scans links in e-mail messages processed by Mozilla Thunderbird
  • Doesn't require a Dr.Web anti-virus to be installed in the system

Dr.Web LinkChecker scan takes a few seconds and does not interfere with your work.

You can find instructions on how to install and remove Dr.Web LinkChecker for Internet Explorer here.

Instructions for installing and uninstalling Dr.Web LinkChecker for Mozilla Firefox / Thunderbird can be found here.

You can find instructions on how to install and remove Dr.Web LinkChecker for Opera here.

Dr.Web LinkChecker is a free anti-virus plugin for your browser. Dr.Web LinkChecker checks on-demand visited pages and downloadable files, which makes web-surfing ompletely secure. Dr.Web LinkChecker can be used with Internet Explorer, Opera and Mozilla Firefox, as well as with the e-mail client Thunderbird.

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