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Dr.Web anti-virus for Unix file servers 5.0 updated

August 16, 2010

Doctor Web announced the release of its updated Dr.Web for Unix file servers 5.0 (Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris). The updated product comes with fixes of errors of Samba SpIDer and defects of the anti-virus daemon, scanner and web-interface.

The cause of library errors under SUSE and CentOS has been excluded. An error that rendered the program non-operational as the path to a target file was duplicated and two path strings were sent to the scanner as one preventing the anti-virus from finding the file has been fixed.

An issue of the anti-virus daemon that might result in its incorrect operation on FreeBSD systems has also been resolved and minor improvements have been done to the web-interface.

To apply the update users of Dr.Web for Unix file servers need to download the updated distribution and install the program.

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