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Antivirus software for Mac OSX from F-secure

Although the amount of viruses and malware infections are comparatively less in Mac OSX, the success of this operating system attracts more and more malicious code writers onto it now. F-Secure introduced a Mac Protection Technology Preview program for Mac OS X 10.5 on Intel platforms intending to provide protection against malware with minimal impact on the performance of your computer.

This technology preview program service will be always up-to-date with F-Secure transparent automatic updates and in this initial version, the malware detection capabilities are limited to detect Eicar test file, the actual database updates will be automatically delivered later during the beta program.

F-Secure Mac Protection will be include the following features: Anti-Virus, real-time Anti-Virus engine which scans files when accessed, stopping malicious content from being executed, easy to use intuitive user interface and license key provisioning through the F-Secure SMI

Users of F-Secure Mac Protection beta program gets a free one-year subscription and regular prizes who actively send feedback. More details


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