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The new anti-malware utility joins other free options for OS X
New testing outlines which Mac malware tools detect known threats the best.
Here are some tips and tricks to keeping your Mac running at its optimal speed.
A new and concise round of testing for some common Mac security software shows significant performance differences among them.
It's a low-threat malware package that won't hurt iOS or MacOS but may pop Windows users who manage the app in their iTunes account.
Many programs available through the Mac App Store are standalone single-purpose tools and will not be affected by Apple's sandboxing requirements, but others will be forced to lose functionality.
Google is spreading information about the DNSChanger malware, but for some the warnings may persist even after removing the malware.
An estimated 600,000 Mac systems are suspected to be infected with the Flashback malware. Here's how it works and how to remove it.
Apple has updated its XProtect malware scanner to contend with the second revision of the Flashback malware, though this update comes after a bit of a delay.
When it comes to a full Internet security suite for OS X, one of the more-robust options out there is Intego's Internet Security Barrier X6.