SecureMac Releases MacScan 2.3 Anti-Spyware for Mac OS X

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Protect your security and privacy with MacScan, the premier Anti-Spyware program for Mac OS X. Detect, isolate, and remove spyware as well as clean up Internet clutter. With MacScan's Blacklisted Cookie Scan you can remove tracking cookies without loosing all your saved usernames and passwords.

SecureMac is pleased to announce the release of MacScan 2.3, the latest version of the company's industry leading anti-spyware package for Macintosh computers.

SecureMac listens to its customers, and adds the features they request to provide them with added peace of mind. Version 2.3 adds a blacklisted cookie scanner. This feature maintains a list of known tracking cookies, and when run, removes them from web browsers in which they are found. Version 2.3 also adds file cleaning support for additional browsers.

The MacScan team has begun to localize the software for languages other than English. As of version 2.3, MacScan comes with US English and Korean localizations.

Upgrades from previous versions of MacScan 2 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 quickly detects, isolates and removes spyware from Macintosh computers using both real-time spyware definition updating and unique detection methods. The software also manages internet-related clutter on your computer. It is designed for Mac OS X version 10.2.4 and later.

For more information, or to download a demo 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 Macintosh Anti-Spyware and Antivirus solutions, 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 information at SecureMac that is designed to make their computer experience trouble free.

For more information about SecureMac, visit http://www.securemac.com/ .

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