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Dr.Web for Unix Server updated

September 5, 2013

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web updated the RPM-packages that provide distribution of its Dr.Web for Unix Server 6.0.2.4. The update resolves a known issue in the application.

In particular, the defect involving inaccessible shared network directories after updating via the RPM-repository has been corrected.

To update the anti-virus installed via the repository, use the standard routine for updating.

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