By 1 August 2011 | Categories: news


IT Security firm, Kaspersky Lab, has announced the release of an update for its Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 for Mac. This update is fully compatible with Apple’s recently released Mac OS X Lion operating system, which amongst others operates on Cupertino’s updated MacBook Air and new Mac mini.  

Existing users of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 for Mac will already have received an automatic update, enabling them to seamlessly upgrade the product, to make it compatible with the new version of Cupertino’s desktop OS.

Since Mac OS X Lion is a major update of Mac OS X, introducing significant changes in both the user interface as well as the core elements of the OS, Kaspersky Lab has promptly updated its Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 for Mac. New users are therefore advised to download this latest version from the official Kaspersky Lab website.

Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 for Mac utilises malware signature detection methods, as well as cutting-edge cloud-based detection technologies to protect users’ Macs from new and unknown threats.

This product doesn’t merely locate and remove malicious software designed for Mac OS X, but also for Microsoft Windows and Linux as well, thus preventing the spread of malware on multiplatform computer networks.
In related news Kaspersky Lab also recently presented its latest (June 2011) spam report and released the 2012 versions of its home user products.


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