December 11, 2017
- Because macOS High Sierra prompts users for permission to load kernel extensions, users are now also notified that anti-virus engine extensions need to be loaded.
- Dr.Web now better detects third-party software that may have compatibility issues with Dr.Web for macOS.
Known issues resolved:
- A problem interfering with the ability of macOS Sierra machines to work with a proxy server has been resolved: if the proxy server requires no authentication, default settings are now used.
- Minor UI tweaks make sure the interface is displayed correctly under macOS High Sierra.
To update the anti-virus to version 11.0.2, users need to download the new distribution.
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