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Malware and virus Protection, enjoy total security for Mac, complete 24/7 protection against viruses and other Internet threats for Mac users. Blocks Mac OS X malware. Virus Eraser Antivirus for Mac protects your computer in real time against...

ClamXav

ClamXav 2.7.5 updated

Free GUI front end to the ClamAV opensource virus checker. Update the virus definitions. Point it to a file or folder and scan. Other features include logging results to a file, placing infected files into quarantine, monitoring folders for changes to...

Provides essential protection from viruses, hackers, and privacy threats. Norton AntiVirus"the world's most trusted antivirus software for Macintosh systems*"removes viruses automatically. Norton Personal Firewall hides your Mac from hackers and helps you...

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The Exorcist

The Exorcist 0.95b5

The Exorcist, formerly known as Graphics Innoculator, possesses all of its former functionality for innoculating your Mac against most strains of the SevenDust (a.k.a. '666' and 'Graphics Accelerator') virus. All prospective users of The Exorcist should...

Agax

Agax 1.3.2

Agax is an antivirus application. It scans your disks and files for viruses. It also contains Defender, which is an antivirus extension. Both of these use Additives to discover and (in the case of Agax) repair infected files. Additives are stored in the...

Zebra scanner is a simple AS Studio application to trace down trojan viruses. Trojans, description; A Trojan refers to a program that appears as something you may think is safe, but hidden inside is usually something harmful. The lure of Trojans is that...

OS X Rootkit Hunter is based on Michael Boelen's "rootkit hunter" but little modified for easier/better usability on Mac OS X. OS X Rootkit Hunter is scanning tool to detect nasty tools on your Mac. This tool scans for rootkits, backdoors and local...

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Free tool that automates the detection and removal of the widespread Flashback Mac OS X malware. The tools creates a log file (RemoveFlashback.log) on current user's Desktop. If any infections are found, they are quarantined into an encrypted ZIP file...