You can configure the parameters of connection to the proxy server, enable scanning data transmitted over cryptographic protocols, and export Doctor Web certificate to be further imported into other programs.
In this section:
To open network settings:
1.Open Dr.Web , then select .
2.Make sure Dr.Web operates in (the lock at the bottom of the program window is open ). Otherwise, click the lock .
3.At the top of the program window, click .
4.A product main settings window opens. Select at the left of the window.
Figure 33. Connecting to proxy server and checking the encrypted traffic
By default, all components use direct connection mode. If necessary, you can enable use of a proxy server and specify its connection settings. For this:
1.Enable option by using the switcher .
2.Click to specify the following proxy server parameters:
If you want Dr.Web to check data transmitted over SSL, TLS or STARTTLS protocols, enable the option. SpIDer Mail will check messages sent over POP3S, SMTPS, or IMAPS, and SpIDer Gate—messages sent over HTTPS.
If your client application that uses secure connections does not refer to the default Windows system certificate storage, then you need to export the Doctor Web security certificate to every application manually.
The following applications may require the Dr.Web certificate import:
•Mozilla Thunderbird mail client
•The Bat! mail client and others
1.Enable the option by using the switcher if the button is not enabled. This will generate the Dr.Web security certificate.
3.Select a folder you want the certificate to be saved in. Click .
4.Import the certificate to a target application. Find more details about the certificate import into target application’s user documentation.