RequirementsMac OS X 10.7 or later
Date addedJun 07, 2018
Dr. Internet Anti-Virus for Mac supplies powerful and trustworthy antivirus protection to the Mac workstation. With default settings, Dr. Web automatically scrutinizes all possible methods of viral intrusion, and blocks and reports any malicious behavior. The user may entrust Dr. Web with mechanically eliminating all detected viruses, worms, and Trojan horses, therefore keeping the Mac from the cleanest state. It intercepts every effort to get files and hard-drive system areas and performs real-time checks of any object trying to penetrate the local file system.
Upon detecting a virus or any other malicious program, Dr. Internet Anti-Virus for Mac blocks access to the file, so that no harmful activity occurs until the consumer has a chance to choose an proper action, or Dr. Internet deals with it. Because of the integration of this on-access antivirus technology to the operating system, the real-time monitoring cannot be terminated by another program, which distinguishes Dr. Web from many different antiviruses.
- Scanning of autorun objects, removable data-storage apparatus, network and logical drives, emails, and documents and files, including archives
- Three Kinds of scanning: state, full and habit
- Automatic, manual and scheduled scans
- Different actions can be performed with different types of objects: cure, move to the quarantine, delete; actions sequences allow you to specify which action will be applied to an object if the first action can't be achieved
- Scanning exceptions
- Detection and elimination of viruses disguised with unfamiliar packers
- The anti virus log documents the time of each event, the title of the scanned item and the Kind of action applied to the item
- Automatic (scheduled) and in-built upgrading
No Change log