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Utilities Updates: docXConverter 1.1; MacScan 2.3.1; Padlock 2.0.4; iSoftphone 1.0019; more

Utilities Updates: docXConverter 1.1; MacScan 2.3.1; Padlock 2.0.4; iSoftphone 1.0019; more

By Feb. 13, 2007

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Utilities Updates: SuspendNow! 0.6; MacScan 2.0b4; WakeOnLan 0.52; Disk Order 1.5.6; more

Utilities Updates: SuspendNow! 0.6; MacScan 2.0b4; WakeOnLan 0.52; Disk Order 1.5.6; more

By Nov. 21, 2005

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Utilities Updates: MacScan X 2.0b3; Apple CHUD Tools 4.2.3; Camino 1.0b1; Default Folder X 2.0.4b1; more

Utilities Updates: MacScan X 2.0b3; Apple CHUD Tools 4.2.3; Camino 1.0b1; Default Folder X 2.0.4b1; more

By Nov. 8, 2005

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Utilities Updates: MacScan X 2.0b; Skype 1.3.0.8; Temperature Monitor 3.01; Hardware Monitor 3.01; more

Utilities Updates: MacScan X 2.0b; Skype 1.3.0.8; Temperature Monitor 3.01; Hardware Monitor 3.01; more

By Sep. 8, 2005

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Utilities Updates: CandyBar�1.5.4; A Better Finder Launcher�1.0b4; MacScan X�b8; more

Utilities Updates: CandyBar 1.5.4; A Better Finder Launcher 1.0b4; MacScan X b8; more

By Sep. 24, 2003

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Utilities Updates: InterMapper X�4.1b3; iSynCal�1.6; MacScan X�b7; FontDoctor X�5.5.2; more

Utilities Updates: InterMapper X 4.1b3; iSynCal 1.6; MacScan X b7; FontDoctor X 5.5.2; more

By Jul. 30, 2003

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MacScan X can cause system to forget settings; new version coming

MacScan X can cause system to forget settings; new version coming

By Jun. 26, 2003

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Popular security utilities for OS X put to the test

A new and concise round of testing for some common Mac security software shows significant performance differences among them.

By Jan. 31, 2013

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Mac OS X Trojan reported in the wild

A security vendor says it's seeing new variations of the AppleScript.THT Trojan horse on the Internet.

By Jun. 20, 2008

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Weekly Utilities Update: Little Snitch, MacCleanse, ClamXav, more...

Staff Pick: ClamXav

There used to be a time when Mac owners could laud the platform's lack of viruses and trojans. These days, however, Mac users are seeing more and more exploits and other malware being developed, and as such keeping

By May. 21, 2009