SecureMac Ships Universal Binary MacScan 2.2 Spyware Protection

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Spyware Protection Program MacScan 2.2 for Mac OS X Universal Binary Ships.

SecureMac is pleased to announce the release of MacScan 2.2, a minor update to its popular anti-spyware program. Starting with MacScan 2.1, MacScan has been totally revamped and is now a Universal Application, which will run natively on both Intel and PowerPC-based Macintosh Computers.

The MacScan Team listens to its customers. As of MacScan 2.2, MacScan includes the requested integrated update menu for both Engine updates and Spyware Definition updates.

In addition to new features, MacScan 2.2 offers greater overall stability, and addresses the following bugs reported in MacScan 2.1:

  • Improves stability and performance in demo mode
  • Stability enhancements to scan code
  • Improved installer support
  • Improved identification of spyware

Upgrades from MacScan version 2.0 and 2.1 are free, and can be obtained by either selecting "Upgrade MacScan" under the "MacScan" menu, or downloading the demo version from http://macscan.securemac.com and entering your serial number.

The demo can be registered for $24.95 using Paypal or credit card, either through the built-in registration system, or via the MacScan webstore at http://macscan.securemac.com .

About MacScan

MacScan is a Mac OS X software product for PPC and Intel computers that detects, isolates and removes spyware and remote administration utilities. Using both real-time spyware definition updating and unique detection methods, MacScan quickly identifies a wide variety of spyware that can compromise the privacy and security of the Macintosh user. Three unique scans allow the user to scan their home folder, all system files, or specific folders, drives or devices. When spyware is detected, MacScan lets the user choose to isolate the spyware files in a single location, where they can be analyzed or removed from the system. In addition to scanning for spyware, MacScan also has the ability to purge Internet-related files created by web-browsers. These files may contain passwords, personal information, browsing history, and web site tracking codes.

For more information, or to download a 15-day trial or upgrade version of MacScan, visit http://macscan.securemac.com .

About SecureMac

Since 1999, SecureMac.com has been at the forefront of Macintosh system security. The site not only features complete solutions for Macintosh Anti-Spyware and Antivirus, but also operates as a clearinghouse for news, reviews and discussion of Apple computer security issues. Users from novice to the most advanced will find useful tidbits designed to make their computers trouble free. For more information, visit: http://www.securemac.com .

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