My administrator email address keeps receiving emails in English from an address containing "drweb@".

This email is regarding the trial version of the anti-virus software Dr. Web, which is included in the standard installation of Plesk. If you will not be using Dr. Web, please consider stopping corresponding services and configure cron to disable settings relating to Dr. Web.

Procedure to stop Dr. Web:

1. Log in to Plesk.
2. Select Home.
3. Select Manage Services.
4. Select the square icon (red) to the right of Parallels Premium Antivirus.

* Parallels Premium Antivirus is equivalent to Dr. Web.

If you have any tasks scheduled in Dr. Web, you will need to delete the corresponding tasks.
Please refer to the following procedure to delete tasks.

Procedure to delete tasks:

1. Log in to Plesk.
2. Select Home.
3. Select Scheduled Tasks.
4. Select drweb.
5. Place a check in the box to the left of a scheduled task, then select [Delete].

* If there are no tasks present, it means that there are no scheduled tasks set.

If you continue to receive emails after completing the above procedures, you will need to connect via SSH and configure cron to disable settings relating to Dr. Web.


Execute the command "vi /etc/cron.d/drweb-update".

Line before changing setting) */30 * * * * drweb /opt/drweb/update.pl
Line after changing setting) #*/30 * * * * drweb /opt/drweb/update.pl

* Placing a [#] in the beginning of a line will comment-out that line, and the corresponding cron setting for that line will be disabled.

Please restart cron after making changes.

Execute the command "/etc/init.d/crond restart".

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