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Released: Dr.Web 11.1 products for Unix-like systems with support for the ARM64 platform

June 15, 2020

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is pleased to announce that its Dr.Web 11.1 for Unix Server, Dr.Web 11.1 for Internet gateways Unix , Dr.Web 11.1 for Unix Mail Servers, and Dr.Web Anti-virus 11.1 for Linux have been upgraded to support the ARM64 architecture since ARM processors now rival Intel CPUs in performance. Making the extensive array of anti-virus security features available on ARM devices and servers is a milestone in the development of Dr.Web for Unix.

As part of the release, software distributions for ARM and updated documentation are now available.

Changes made to the administrator guides for all the products:

  • Irrelevant information has been removed;
  • The PDF versions now feature the Legal Notes section;
  • Irrelevant command usage examples have been removed;
  • Information about ARM support is now available;
  • Information about the operating systems under which the application was tested has been updated;
  • A description of how drweb-session can be set up using drweb-configure is now available;
  • Minor amendments have been introduced.

Changes made to the Dr.Web for Unix Server guide:

  • Information about support for samba 4.9 and 4.10 is now available.

Changes made to the Dr.Web for Unix Mail Servers guide:

  • Information about the new "Jobs" category has been added;
  • Instructions for integrating Dr.Web with the CommuniGate server have been updated;
  • Information about new anti-spam options is now available.

Changes made to the administrator guide for Dr.Web for Internet gateways Unix:

  • Information about the new "Jobs" category has been added;
  • Lua scripting guidelines for the ICAPD component are now available.

The update is performed via the Dr.Web repository. If you encounter any problems when updating, please use the instructions from our previous news post to specify the additional repository for the Dr.Web software you use.

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