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ARM64 processors are now supported in the beta version of Dr.Web for macOS 12.5

April 27, 2021

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web reminds users that public beta testing for Dr.Web 12.5 for macOS with support for macOS Big Sur is currently underway. The company also reports that the test distribution has been updated: the product now supports ARM64 processors.

This means that owners of M1-powered Macs, the Macs with the newest processor, can participate in the beta-testing process.

To beta test Dr.Web 12.5 for macOS, visit this page.

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