Dr.Web beta testing for MAC OS X starts

The release of an antivirus for a non-Windows platform is an infrequent event. On December 26, Doctor Web announced the beta testing of Dr.Web anti-virus for Mac OS X.
Judging by the announcement posted on Dr.Web's website, the anti-virus is designed to be installed on Intel-based Macintosh computers and has a “full cycle” »Protection: can not only detect a virus, but also cure an infected file. Like the Windows version, the product will be paid.

(screenshots from the corresponding news on the Dr.Web website)