MacScan detects, isolates, and removes spyware applications such as keystroke loggers, and trojan horses to protection your Macintosh. Blacklisted cookie scanner removes tracking cookies without saved usernames or passwords. MacScan cleans Internet files, cookies and history. Keep up-to-date with live downloadable spyware definitions and product updates. MacScan will isolate all evidence of spyware type applications to a secured, single location; including the programs, extensions, preferences and any log files then create a report of all activity. With MacScan's extensive spyware education library you can read up on each one of the items and find out how it may have gotten there, how to remove it and any other technical details. Protect your Macintosh from Spyware applications. Stop keystroke loggers from snooping on your every letter typed and intruders remotely accessing your computers files, resources and your privacy. Updates to MacScan will be made often to detect and protect against known spyware devices and issues which could lead to remote access.
What is new in this release:
What's new in 2.9.5 Improved web file cleaning for recent versions of Safari, Chrome, and Firefox Fixed a bug where Chrome tracking cookies were not being properly identified in some situations Fixed a bug causing user interface problems in newer versions of OS X User interface changes and updates Support for the latest Spyware Definitions and Tracking Cookie Blacklist files
What is new in version 2.9.4:
SecureMac releases MacScan 2.9.4 offering full Apple Mac OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) support as well as interface updates and enhanced support for both Firefox and SeaMonkey web browsers. The latest version also adds the latest definitions to protect against the malware affecting Mac OS X and has been featured in the August 2012 issue of Macworld as "Hot Stuff: What We're Raving about This Month."
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