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Dr.Web Anti-virus 10.1 for Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server released

April 8, 2015

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has released Dr.Web Anti-virus 10.1 for Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server. The products incorporate upgrades that improve both their operation and their look and feel.

UI tweaks improve the applications' appearance in the Mac OS X 10.10 environment. The application preparation procedure performed after the product is first launched has been simplified.

Several upgrades improve the interaction between Dr.Web for Mac OS X and the Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite server.

Now the anti-virus can use the Dr.Web Cloud to obtain up-to-date information about threats from Doctor Web's servers in real time.

It is also able to scan SSL traffic.

With the optimised GateD traffic interception routine, the application won't intercept traffic if the remote server is unavailable.

Known product issues have also been resolved. In particular, the problem causing the application to freeze when a Time Machine archive is removed from removable media has been eliminated. Applications can now also be excluded from SpIDer Gate scanning.

Dr.Web for Mac OS X is included in licenses for Dr.Web Security Space and Dr.Web Anti-virus.

To upgrade to version 10.1, users will need to download a new distribution.

Please remember that users who purchase the product can enjoy free use of Dr.Web for Android, Symbian OS, and Windows Mobile.

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