Top 10 Antivirus for MAC

4. BitDefender Antivirus for Mac

BitDefender has a good track record for detecting and preventing viruses and other forms of malware. BitDefender Antivirus for Mac will help keep your Macintosh system free from Mac malware and will help prevent the transfer of Windows-targeting malware as well. BitDefender Antivirus for Mac is competitively priced at $39.95 for a year’s license, which includes free tech support.

BitDefender Antivirus for Mac detects both Mac and Windows malware. Features include realtime on-access virus protection with the ability to perform full system virus scans, quick scans of critical system areas, as well as scheduled scanning. The quarantine feature in BitDefender Antivirus for Mac safely isolates suspect infected files for forwarding to the BitDefender Antivirus Lab for analysis.

5. MacScan Antispyware for Macs

MacScan v2.6 from SecureMac provides spyware detection for Mac OS X v10.2.4 and higher. Built-in support for Firefox v3 provides cookie cleaning and limited Web surfing protection. MacScan also guards against Mac-specific keyloggers and spyware-related trojans targeting the Mac OS.

MacScan from SecureMac is designed to guard against spyware-related threats targeting Mac users. Support for Firefox 3 provides cookie cleaning and limited Web file scanning. In addition, MacScan can clean up Internet history folders and the cached files from previous websites visits in Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer. MacScan doesn’t do any better at cleaning up Internet tracks than do the features already included in these browsers, but if you happen to switch between browsers often, it does provide a single point through which to clear your tracks.

6. Norton Antivirus 11.0 for Mac

Norton antivirus is offered by Symantec for Mac users. It has all the standard antivirus options and includes real-time, on-demand, email scanning and also dashboard widget. Users who have dual operating system of Mac-Windows on their system do benefit a great deal with this antivirus. However, it is most certainly able to detect and eliminate Windows malware, but may not be able to deal with Mac-specific security threats.

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