SecureMac Releases PrivacyScan 1.9.2 to Enhance User Privacy
Las Vegas, Nevada, 20 March 2017 — SecureMac has announced the release of PrivacyScan 1.9.2, the latest version of its award-winning software designed to protect user privacy. The incremental update provides a more refined user experience while also addressing minor bugs. PrivacyScan 1.9.2 adds support to clean additional Firefox and Safari data locations, ensuring removal of personal information left behind after browsing the web. Meanwhile, users can enjoy interface refinements and ease-of-use improvements for even easier operation.
What PrivacyScan does for users
PrivacyScan plays a dual role: freeing up valuable disk space while also protecting your online privacy. It safely removes identifiable user information, such as web search and site visit histories, cookies, browser cache files, and much more. PrivacyScan identifies files and data that unnecessarily use system space and purges them. If a user has never cleared this information, it can consume significant hard drive space. PrivacyScan offers an easy way to perform some “spring cleaning” on a Mac. Users then have access to more disk space for personal data combined with the reassurance that their digital footprint has been erased.
PrivacyScan 1.9.2 is available now on the Mac App Store as a free upgrade for existing PrivacyScan users. It is also available for purchase for $14.99 USD. However, SecureMac invites users to try a free 15-day demo. Available for download on the PrivacyScan website, this demo offers complete access to all the same features as the full version. Experience the difference PrivacyScan offers when cleaning out your digital clutter this spring.
More About SecureMac
Founded in 1999, SecureMac entered the privacy and security software sector in 2005 with its original release of MacScan. Since then, SecureMac has worked to remain on the cutting edge of protecting user privacy and defending against malware attacks. Through both the release of MacScan 3, SecureMac’s next-generation anti-malware product, and PrivacyScan, users have access to a powerful suite of software for personal protection. With the relaunch of SecureMac.com as a reliable hub for news and updates on Apple security, users of all kinds always have a resource for staying informed on new developments.