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Release Notes for McAfee (R)

VirusScan for Mac version 8.5

Copyright (C) 2006 McAfee, Inc.

All Rights Reserved.

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- DAT version: 4880

- Engine version: 5.1.00


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Thank you for using VirusScan for Mac v8.5 software. This file

contains important information regarding this

release. We recommend that you read the entire

document.


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WHAT'S IN THIS FILE


- About this Release

- New Features

- What has Changed

- Installation & System Requirements

- VirusScan for Mac

- System Requirements

- Non-Windows Agent for Macintosh

- Installing VirusScan for Mac

- Upgrade Installation

- Testing your Installation

- Uninstalling VirusScan for Mac

- Known Issues

- Known issues with VirusScan for Mac

- Known Issues with Non-Windows Agent for Macintosh

- Known Issues with ePolicy Orchestrator

- Known Issues with VirusScan Documentation

- ePolicy Orchestrator server features not supported by

VirusScan for Mac

- Documentation

- Participating in the McAfee Beta Program

- Contact Information

- Copyright & Trademark Attributions

- License & Patent Information

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ABOUT THIS RELEASE
VirusScan for Mac is an anti-virus application that helps

you keep your Apple computer free of viruses, Trojan horses

and other malware. VirusScan for Mac features On-Demand

scanning, On-Access scanning, scan and update scheduling,

automatic eUpdate, and drag-and-drop scanning.
VirusScan for Mac also integrates with McAfee ePolicy

Orchestrator, versions 3.5 and 3.6 (patch 2 and above)

to provide you with a single point of control for your

systems running VirusScan for Mac software. The

VirusScan for Mac design is based on Cocoa, the

specialized Mac OS X application environment.

NEW FEATURES
- Universal Binary support
- On-Access scanning
- Apple Mail scanning
- 5.1.00 engine support

WHAT HAS CHANGED?


1. On-Access Scanner replaces Active Scanner, Background

Scanner, and Mounted Volume Scanner used in earlier

versions of Virex.
2. Exclusions can be set through a Graphical User Interface (GUI).
3. On-Access Scanner does not scan inside Stuffit archives.
4. HTTP eUpdate is not supported.
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INSTALLATION AND SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS


VIRUSSCAN FOR MAC
Before you install VirusScan for Mac, make sure your operating

system is up-to-date and the previous version of VirusScan (or Virex)

is uninstalled. If you have a version of Virex or VirusScan already

installed on your computer, the VirusScan for Mac installer displays

a message and aborts its installation.
To uninstall VirusScan, use the uninstaller. supplied

with your current version of VirusScan or Virex. Do

not uninstall VirusScan using the uninstaller supplied with

another version of VirusScan (or Virex).


The VirusScan for Mac installation stops if you have previously

installed Norton, VirusBarrier or Sophos Anti-Virus software on

your Mac OS X machine. Even after you uninstall Norton,

VirusBarrier or Sophos, there might be files that remain on

your system that cause problems when you try to install

VirusScan for Mac. To resolve this issue, remove the following

files (if they exist) before you continue to install the product.
- Sophos (SAVI.framework)
Path:

/Library/Frameworks/SAVI.framework


- Norton (NAVLibX)
Path:

/Library/Application Support/Norton Solutions Support/Norton

Antivirus/Engine/NAVLibX
- Norton (NAVLibX.bundle)
Path:

/Library/Application Support/Norton Solutions Support/Norton

AntiVirus/Engine/NAVLibX.bundle
- VirusBarrier (VirusBarrier.kext)
Path:

/Library/StartupItems/VirusBarrier/VirusBarrier.kext

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
- VirusScan for Mac software is available only for Apple

Macintosh OS X (version 10.4.0 or later) with a minimum of

256 MB RAM and 70 MB of free space.
NOTE:

This product does not use the Mac Classic environment.


- VirusScan for Mac integrates with ePolicy Orchestrator versions 3.5

and 3.6 (patch 2 and above).


NOTE:

You will be able to use ePolicy Orchestrator related functionality only

if you have ePolicy Orchestrator and Non-Windows Agent installed and

configured to manage VirusScan for Mac in an enterprise environment.

The use of ePolicy Orchestrator is optional and you can use all the

functionality of VirusScan for Mac as a standalone product.

NON-WINDOWS AGENT FOR MACINTOSH
The Non-Windows Agent can be installed on Mac OS X.
NOTE:

See the Non Windows Agent ReadMe and the VirusScan for Mac Configuration Guide for information on installing the agent.


INSTALLING VIRUSSCAN FOR MAC
VirusScan for Mac can be installed through either a standard (graphical interface) installation, or a command-line (silent) installation.
You must have administrative privileges to install this product.
STANDARD INSTALLATION

1. Double-click on VirusScan.pkg to start the Installer.


2. Follow the on-screen steps to install the software.
3. Read and accept the license agreement. If you do not accept

the license agreement, the installation cannot continue.


4. Click Install to perform the installation.
5. The Authentication dialog box appears.
6. Type your administrative credentials and click OK.
7. A message notifies you when the installation completes.

Click OK.


8. Restart your computer after installing VirusScan. This will ensure

that all VirusScan components start properly.


The VirusScan for Mac installer installs the application inside the

Applications folder of your computer.

SILENT INSTALLATION
1. Locate the VirusScan.pkg file, either on the product CD or

in the installation .ZIP downloaded from the McAfee web site,

and save it to a temporary location.
2. Open the Terminal window and change the working folder to

the one where the VirusScan.pkg file is located.


3. In the Terminal window, execute:

sudo installer -pkg VirusScan.pkg –target /


4. Enter your administrator password when prompted to do so.

No characters display when you enter your password.


5. A message notifies you when the installation completes.

Restart your computer after this message is displayed. This will

ensure that all VirusScan components start properly.

UPGRADE INSTALLATION


You can upgrade to VirusScan for Mac v8.5 from VirusScan for

Mactel v8.0. However, you cannot upgrade from any earlier versions of

Virex software.
We recommend you run the uninstaller for your current version of Virex or VirusScan before installing VirusScan for Mac v8.5.
TESTING YOUR INSTALLATION
You can test VirusScan by using the European Institute of Computer Anti-Virus Research (EICAR) standard anti-virus test file. This file is a combined effort by anti-virus vendors throughout the world to implement one standard by which customers can verify their anti-virus software.
To test your installation:
1. Go to the EICAR.ORG website http://www.eicar.org. and

download the AntiVirus test file, Eicar.zip.


2. Run the On-Demand Scanner on the downloaded ZIP file.

VirusScan, will report finding the EICAR test file.


If the test is successful, you are now ready to start using the VirusScan software.
UNINSTALLING VIRUSSCAN FOR MAC
You can uninstall VirusScan by using the uninstall file (VirusScan Uninstall.command), either on the product CD, or in the installation .ZIP file downloaded from the McAfee website.
To uninstall VirusScan:
1. Do one of the following:
- Double-click the VirusScan Uninstall.command icon.
- Drag the VirusScan Uninstall.command icon, drop it in

the Terminal window and press Enter.


NOTE:

To open the Terminal application, double-click the application

located under /Application/Utilities.
2. When prompted to do so, type your administrator password and

press Enter. (No characters display when you type your password.)


When the uninstallation process completes successfully, a message displays in the Terminal window to show the VirusScan software has been removed from your computer.

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KNOWN ISSUES

KNOWN ISSUES WITH VIRUSSCAN FOR MAC

1. By default, the On-Access Scanner is set to "Always" scan files.

Should you experience any performance degradation when

On-Access scanning is enabled, you may want to consider setting

the On-Access Scanner to scan only after "Write" operations.

However, this is less secure than scanning files "Always" and

could result in infections going undetected.


2. For Apple Mail scanning, with both the On-Access and On-Demand

scanners, archive scanning must be enabled, to ensure mails

are scanned correctly.
3. The date will only be shown in the eUpdate pane following

a successful manual eUpdate. All other forms of eUpdate

(scheduled from ePolicy Orchestrator or the VirusScan

Schedule Editor), will show this value as "Never".


4. You might experience a short time delay when switching from the

"Scan & Clean" view to the "eUpdate" view in the VirusScan console.


5. In certain scenarios, the On-Access Scanner logs multiple

"infection found" messages in the VirusScan.log and the

VirusScan Reporter for a single infection. This is due to

multiple processes accessing the infected file. In addition,

few of these multiple infection messages show the temporary

location of the infected file.


6. VirusScan Scheduler launches an On-Demand scanning task only

if the relevant user is in the foreground. The task does not run if

the user is in the background or logged out.
7. Adding the startup disk to the exclusion list excludes your

entire hard disk drive.


8. The VirusScan GUI won't show the updated policies pushed from

ePO, unless the VirusScan application is relaunched.


9. QuickMail Client crashes when opening an infected attachment

when the On-Access Scanner is enabled and set to

"Clean and Delete" or "Delete".

KNOWN ISSUES WITH NON-WINDOWS AGENT FOR MACINTOSH


1. If you install Non-Windows Agent using the command-line (silent

installation), restart your system to ensure Non-Windows Agent

works properly.
2. Machine information might be displayed incorrectly in the

Properties of ePolicy Orchestrator.


3. NWA Agent runs in Rosetta mode.

KNOWN ISSUES WITH EPOLICY ORCHESTRATOR

1. When you delete the VirusScan for Mac node from the ePolicy

Orchestrator console tree, do not select "Uninstall agent from all

connected computers" in the "Delete confirmation" message box. If

you do, the VirusScan for Mac node will no longer be shown in the

ePolicy Orchestrator console tree.
2. Removed exclusions remain under the VirusScan for Mac Properties

tab. The list gets refreshed when you create new exclusions.


3. VirusScan for Mac generates incorrect ePolicy Orchestrator events

for infected emails.


4. If you check-in the VirusScan for Mac .NAP file under ePolicy

Orchestrator v3.5 and subsequently upgrade ePolicy Orchestrator

to v3.6, the VirusScan for Mac .NAP files will not be listed in

ePolicy Orchestrator v3.6.


To resolve this issue, apply Patch 2 for ePolicy Orchestrator v3.6,

then recheck-in the Virex.NAP file.


KNOWN ISSUES WITH THE VIRUSSCAN DOCUMENTATION
Table 3-3 on page 24 of the VirusScan for Mac Product Guide

shows On-Access scanning of compressed files as being "On"

by default. In fact, this is "Off" by default (as is correctly stated

in the Help).


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ePOLICY ORCHESTRATOR SERVER FEATURES NOT

SUPPORTED BY VIRUSSCAN FOR MAC
1. The Scheduled Task Type options Scheduler "At Logon", "when idle"

and "run on dialup" in the Task Scheduler, are not supported by

VirusScan for Mac.
2. You cannot deploy VirusScan for Mac ePolicy Orchestrator Agent

using the ePolicy Orchestrator server. Similarly, you cannot uninstall

VirusScan for Mac ePolicy Orchestrator Agent using the ePolicy

Orchestrator server


3. System compliance profiler reports are not supported.
4. You cannot use the ePolicy Orchestrator "Source Repository" for

downloading DAT files from the VirusScan for Mac eUpdate web site

to update the client machines.

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DOCUMENTATION
The RC release of this product includes the following documentation set:
- Product Guide — This guide introduces the product, describes its

features, and gives details on how to install and configure the

software, ongoing operation and maintenance. It is available in

.PDF format in the Documentation folder of the product package.


- Configuration Guide — For use with ePolicy Orchestrator®.

This guide introduces ePolicy Orchestrator manageability features

for VirusScan, and provides detailed instructions for installing,

configuring and managing the software in an enterprise environment.

This guide is available in .PDF format in the ePolicy Orchestrator

Server package.

- Help — High-level and detailed information accessed from the

software application.


- Non Windows Agent Release Notes —This file describes the agent

features, lists any known behavior or other issues with the product

release, and describes the ePolicy Orchestrator Agent installation

process.
- VirusScan for Mac Release Notes — This file describes the product

features, last-minute additions or changes to the documentation,

lists any known behavior or other issues with the product release,

and describes the installation process. This ReadMe is available

in the Documentation folder of the product package.


- License - The McAfee License Agreement (.RTF) booklet that

includes all of the license types you can purchase for your product.

The License Agreement gives general terms and conditions for the

use of the licensed product.

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product, you agree to the license terms. This McAfee Software

License agreement is available in the Documentation folder

of the product package.

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PARTICIPATING IN THE MCAFEE BETA PROGRAM
To download new beta software, or to read about the latest beta

information, visit the McAfee beta web site located at:

http://www.mcafeesecurity.com/us/downloads/beta/mcafeebetahome.htm
To submit beta feedback on any McAfee product, send email to:

mcafee_beta@mcafee.com


McAfee is committed to providing solutions based on your input.

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CONTACT INFORMATION
THREAT CENTER: McAfee Avert(R) Labs

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http://www.mcafee.com/us/threat_center/default.asp
Avert Labs Threat Library

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Avert Labs WebImmune & Submit a Sample (Logon credentials required)

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http://vil.nai.com/vil/signup_DAT_notification.aspx


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MCAFEE BETA PROGRAM

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Email to Submit Beta Feedback:

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TECHNICAL SUPPORT

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http://www.mcafee.com/us/support
KnowledgeBase Search

http://knowledge.mcafee.com/


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CUSTOMER SERVICE

Web: http://www.mcafee.com/us/support/index.html

http://www.mcafee.com/us/about/contact/index.html
Phone: 1-888-VIRUS NO or 1-888-847-8766

Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Central Time US,

Canada, and Latin America toll-free
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Enterprise:

http://www.mcafee.com/us/enterprise/services/index.html
Small & Medium Business:

http://www.mcafee.com/us/smb/services/index.html

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COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK ATTRIBUTIONS


Copyright (C) 2006 McAfee, Inc. All Rights Reserved. No part of this

publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in

a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form or by any means without the written permission of McAfee, Inc., or its suppliers or affiliate companies.
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