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A peculiarity of the way embedded devices work (including ATMs) is that you cannot carry out updates (specifically, updates to the OS and applications launched on them) on them that may at some point require a device reboot as soon as update data is available — even if the system is busy.

Therefore, Dr.Web ATM Shield has two types of updates: virus database updates (that don’t require system restarts) and updates for Dr.Web ATM Shield’s basic components, including the drivers. Basic components updates, carried out when new types of malicious programs appear, may require a reboot of the protected device.

Because updates that potentially require a system restart can only be carried out during routine maintenance checks, it’s essential for employee home and work PCs to be protected by an anti-virus in order to prevent the newest malicious programs from penetrating removable data-storage devices used for routine maintenance.

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