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Support for MacScan 2 Has Ended

Posted on August 1, 2016

Effective August 1, 2016, support for MacScan 2 software has officially ended. 

This means that SecureMac is no longer providing technical support or malware definition, tracking cookie blacklist, or program updates for MacScan 2.  We have been strongly encouraging existing users of MacScan 2 to consider upgrading to MacScan 3 for ongoing protection.

The five-star ratings and feedback MacScan 3 has generated from the thousands of customers who have already upgraded has been incredibly positive.  Most users share the same sentiment that the new software is easier-to-use, extremely fast and a vast, overall improvement from previous versions.

Subscribing to MacScan 3 will provide you with advanced capabilities designed to address the newest generation of malware threats making it more effortless than ever for you to keep your Mac and your information protected.

To make this transition as easy as possible for you, we have extended our discount offer to existing customers who subscribe to MacScan 3 on or before August 15, 2016.  To learn more about this extended discount offer, we encourage you to visit [insert hyperlink].

MacScan 3 has been designed for OS X 10.8 and higher, including OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). It provides you with the most advanced capabilities for rapid detection and removal of security and privacy threats and more:

  • Automatic cookie cleaning removes tracking cookies with no need to run a scan
  • Internet Clutter Cleanup frees up valuable hard drive space by locating and removing unnecessary files left behind by web browsers – and makes sure private data doesn’t remain after surfing the web
  • Malware Information Library gives you an abundance of information about threats that can affect your Mac.
  • Giving you more complete scheduling control over scans and the ability to configure different scans at different times.

We sincerely appreciate your support during this period as we transition from MacScan 2 to MacScan 3. While we are always available to answer any questions you may encounter, we also maintain a dedicated web page where you can learn more about the end of support for MacScan 2

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