LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) December 04, 2018
How many companies are tracking where you go online right now? Answering that question isn’t easy, but one thing is sure: it’s not a small number, and it’s growing! From third-party advertisers to social media giants, tracking users is common-place across the web.
With headlines about major security breaches and privacy failures appearing with increasing frequency, Mac users can be left wondering: what can I do about this? It starts with protecting one’s private browsing data and eliminating troublesome tracking cookies. To help users get that start, SecureMac has released to the public the latest edition of their powerful PrivacyScan, version 1.9.5.
PrivacyScan 1.9.5 adds support for macOS Mojave, Apple’s most recent release of their flagship operating system. While Apple continues to enhance digital security for improved user protection, SecureMac has ensured uninterrupted privacy protections via their robust tool for cleaning up what web browsing leaves behind. With just a few clicks, it’s easy to completely eliminate a user’s browsing history, cumbersome cache files, and tracking cookies – even the stubborn ones that advertisers do their best to disguise.
Not only does PrivacyScan eliminate any trace of these cookies, but users will also enjoy faster, more responsive browsing afterward. By ditching the dead weight that accumulates in the cache, users not only gain added privacy, but a more convenient everyday experience too. Responsive and simple to use, running PrivacyScan as part of a user’s daily routine can provide peace of mind in an increasingly concerning digital environment.
Also, in support for Mojave, PrivacyScan 1.9.5 also includes a fresh slate of bug fixes, plus updated support for all the most popular browsers on macOS. Users of the latest versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari can now tap into PrivacyScan’s deep cleaning capabilities, scrubbing private browsing data and purging unwanted tracking cookies with ease. With the ability to quickly clean up after surfing the web, users can trust that they’re never leaving private information up for grabs.
PrivacyScan, priced at $14.99, is available for immediate download from SecureMac’s website and the official Mac App Store. Existing PrivacyScan users are eligible for a complimentary upgrade. For users interested in assuming a more active role in managing and protecting their online privacy, a free trial is available for download from SecureMac.com as well.