MacScan 2.9.4 Security & Privacy Adds Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Support
August 10, 2012 – Las Vegas, Nevada – SecureMac releases MacScan 2.9.4 offering full Apple Mac OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) support as well as interface updates and enhanced support for both Firefox and SeaMonkey web browsers. The latest version also adds the latest definitions to protect against the malware affecting Mac OS X and has been featured in the August 2012 issue of Macworld as “Hot Stuff — What We’re Raving about This Month.”
MacScan 2.9.4 is immediately available for download to try for 30 days or purchase for $39.99. Upgrades from previous versions of MacScan 2 are free, and can be obtained by either selecting “Check for Updates” under the “MacScan” menu, or by downloading the demo version from http://macscan.securemac.com and entering your serial number.
MacScan Family Pack lets you install the popular MacScan anti-spyware software on up to three computers for only $49.99. To celebrate the release of MacScan 2.9.4 existing single-license owners of MacScan can upgrade to the MacScan Family Pack, allowing installation on up to three computers, for only $10.00 (USD) additional!
MacScan quickly detects, isolates and removes spyware from Apple Macintosh computers as well as enhances Internet privacy and security by cleaning up Internet clutter. It is designed for Mac OS X version 10.2.4 and higher including Apple’s latest Mountain Lion (10.8).
For more information, or to download a demo version of MacScan, visit http://macscan.securemac.com.
Since 1999, SecureMac.com has been at the forefront of Macintosh system security and authors the award-winning security and privacy software PrivacyScan and MacScan. The site not only features complete Macintosh Anti-Spyware and Anti-virus 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 https://www.securemac.com.