Minimum consumption of system resources and low updating traffic.
With asynchronous scanning you can perform any operations on files of any type instantly—low consumption of system resources enables Dr.Web for OS X to run without interfering with user experience.
Dr.Web for OS X will never freeze your Mac during scanning—even if an error occurs.
In most cases, with default settings Dr.Web does not require the user to respond to the anti-virus in any way and will not distract you from your tasks.
OS X Aqua interface makes using Dr.Web intuitive and simple.
Scan of autorun objects, removable data-storage devices, network and logical drives, emails, files and directories including archives.
Three types of scanning: express, full and custom.
Automatic, manual and scheduled scans.
Detailed operation log.
Settings of SpIDer Guard® are protected by password against unauthorized modification.
Different actions can be performed with different types of objects; cure, move to the quarantine, delete; action sequences allow you to define which action will be applied to an object if the first action can't be performed.
User-defined file and path exclusions.
Full HTTP traffic scanning and Internet access control.
Detection and removal of viruses disguised with unknown packers.
The anti-virus log contains the time of each event, the name of the object scanned, and the type of action applied to the object.
Automatic (scheduled) and on-demand updating.
Virus notifications (that include event sounds) on viral events.
The quarantine isolates infected files; quarantine storage time and maximum size can be specified.
Curing, restoration and removal of quarantined objects.
Modules are available as command line utilities that can be used with Apple Scripts.