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Personal and server anti-virus for Mac OS X updated

December 13, 2010

The Russian anti-virus vendor Doctor Web unveils the release of the updated software products Dr.Web for Mac OS X and Dr.Web for Mac OS X Server. The updated versions come with the more stable scanner and file monitor, optimized updating routines and fine-tuned Control Center interface. A separate key file is now used to active Dr.Web for Mac OS X Server

Products have also been supplemented with new features such as desktop scanning.

A number of errors including critical issues that might cause the disruptive shutdown of the scanner and file monitor have been fixed. An issue that didn't allow the anti-virus to disarm infected files which had non-Latin filenames has also been resolved.

In order to update the anti-viruses, use corresponding updated distribution files to install the products without removing the existing installations.

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