Components updated: detection routines including the mechanisms for discovery of brand new threats have been upgraded.
August 4, 2016
Now users receive awards for their feedback about Dr.Web CureIt!: a new loyalty programme
November 30, 2015
Now Dr.Web CureIt! makes sure its virus databases are up to date
July 29, 2015
Dr.Web 19.0 supports Windows 10
April 21, 2015
Dr.Web CureIt! 10.0 released
December 12, 2013
Dr.Web CureIt! 9.0 released
June 24, 2010
The starter and enhanced protection mode have been implemented in the utility along with brand new algorithms for neutralization of cyber threats
October 12, 2009
Dr.Web CureIt! became free of charge for non-commercial use only
July 20, 2009
Support of the Azeri and the Serbian languages is added
May 25, 2009
Support of Windows 7 provided
May 6, 2009
The utility is renamed randomly during each re-building with new
January 28, 2009
Support of the Uzbek language is added
April 11, 2008
Support of the Thai language is added
March 13, 2008
Support of the Norwegian language is added
January 28, 2008
Support of the Vietnamese language is added
November 6, 2007
Support of the Chinese (Trad.) language is added
October 23, 2007
Support of the Turkish language is added
September 10, 2007
Support of the Slovenian language is added
August 7, 2007
Support of the Chinese (Simpl.) and the Dutch languages is added
July 11, 2007
Support of the Esperanto language is added
June 20, 2007
Support of the Italian language is added
March 30, 2007
Help system (in English and Russian) in chm format
February 5, 2007
Copyright line works as the link to the CureIt! project history page.
Support of the Finnish language is added.
October 23, 2006
Support of the Korean language is added
October 18, 2006
Support of the Persian language (Farsi) is added
September 5, 2006
Check of date of the package build is implemented. If the build is more than 4 days old, a warning message is generated and fresh version is offered for download.
Package build time is not Moscow, but Greenwich.
July 25, 2006
Support of the Armenian language is added.
July 11, 2006
Additionally, the utility can be operated by Tab (Shift-Tab) and Enter (Space) keys, if Windows Safe Mode does not support operation of a mouse with USB-interface, or if the mouse fails to operate at all.
Support of the Ukrainian language is added.
July 3, 2006
Support of the Arabic, the Belarusian, the Bulgarian, the Georgian and the Greek languages is added.
June 26, 2006
Window interface with contextual prompts and links.
The updated version of the utility can be received from servers of Doctor Web, Ltd. via the interface of the CureIt! which was already downloaded and saved.
Option to select supported languages is provided in addition to automatic detection of the language in accordance with regional settings.
April 14, 2006
Scanner log file, as well as not cured files placed, by default, to the quarantine directory are not deleted after the scanning, but are saved on the hard drive.
Prompt message on location of the log file and the quarantine directory is displayed.
In the scanner call command line one can specify object(s) for scanning and specify/change the operation modes.
February 2, 2006
The utility is renamed to cureit.exe.
November 15, 2005
Support of the Latvian language is added.
November 1, 2005
Support of the Portuguese and the Slovakian languages is added.
October 10, 2005
Support of the Estonian language is added.
September 29, 2005
Support of additional bases for detection of malware programs is provided.
September 19, 2005
Support of the Lithuanian language is added.
September 5, 2005
Support of the Hungarian language is added.
August 9, 2005
Support of the Spanish language is added.
June 14, 2005
Support of the Czech language is added.
May 11, 2005
The utility distribution is built several times a day (as hot add-ons to virus databases are released).
May 4, 2005
The drweb-cureit.exe utility was born and published on the website.