Writing reviews of Mac antivirus software can be a thankless task, much like correcting e-mail grammar: no one particularly wants to hear about it, but there might be some value in the exercise.

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Australian Macworld
3 OF A KIND: Security
Australian Macworld
It's important to realise that iAntivirus only scans files on demand. It doesn't sit in the background and check files as they come into your system or as they are accessed. Given the current state of Mac threats that's probably a reasonable approach ...



CNET
Popular security utilities for OS X put to the test
CNET
The anti-malware tools that did not fare as well included the popular ClamXav, Norton's Antivirus and iAntivirus (the latter of which has no auto-updates and therefore had out-of-date definitions) and McAfee, which detected between 50 to 80 percent of ...

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PC Magazine
Trend Micro Titanium Internet Security for Mac
PC Magazine
Some, including Kaspersky Virus Scanner (for Mac) ($9.99 direct) and Norton's iAntivirus (Free), stop there. Trend Micro adds real-time protection against incoming threats, eliminating malware before it can launch. The program's straightforward main ...

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Softpedia
Symantec Releases iAntivirus in the Mac App Store
Softpedia
The first full-fledged antivirus application for Mac's making its way in the Mac App Store as a free download. According to its makers, ?iAntivirus is essential virus protection built exclusively for your Mac.? Symantec made the release official this ...

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Mac Users Affected by Cross-Platform Exploit (Report)
Softpedia
A post over at PC Tools' iAntivirus blog reveals that, ?A new exploit code has been seen in the wild that attacks Windows, Unix, Linux, and Mac OSX systems.? The company developing antivirus software claims that the exploit itself is rather old-style ...






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