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Dr.Web Anti-virus for Mac OS X updated to version 9.0.2

May 19, 2014

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated its Dr.Web Anti-virus for Mac OS X to version 9.0.2 to deliver a number of improvements and fixes for identified errors.

From now on, demo licenses are available for 90 or 30 days (in the latter case, you don't need to enter your personal information to get a key file). Demo licenses are issued once a year per user.

In light of this change, the Registration Wizard's routines have been modified. It should be noted that a demo key can only be used on the machine that was used to obtain it.

The update eliminates a bogus warning about an extension of unknown origin appearing, in the event a DMG file was downloaded via the browser.

Also fixed was a defect that would cause the anti-virus to disregard scan exceptions.

In addition, Dr.Web for Mac OS X now supports Chinese Simplified.

To update Dr.Web for Mac OS X to version 9.0.2, download the package from the website and install the application on top of the previously installed version or after its removal.

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