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Dr.Web solutions for Unix updated

June 8, 2011

Doctor Web announces the release of updated Dr.Web software for personal computers running Linux and UNIX mail and file servers and Internet gateways.

The updated components of the Dr.Web products incorporate fixes of known errors, including the installation error under Ubuntu 11.04.

Localization errors in administration web-interfaces have been corrected. Japanese, French, German and Chinese language support has also been added.

To apply the updates users must install the software using the updated distribution files, or the standard system tools if the anti-virus has been installed from the repository.

Dr.Web software products for UNIX mail servers , file servers (Samba and Novell Storage Services) and UNIX Internet gateways are available, respectively, in Dr.Web Mail Security Suite, Dr.Web Server Security Suite and Dr.Web Gateway Security Suite; Dr.Web for Linux is included in the Dr.Web Desktop Security Suite.

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