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Securemac.com, Inc. (developer) commented on 03 Jul 2013
We've heard the demand.... We're proud to announce a free trial version of PrivacyScan available for immediate download directly from here or our website as well as the ability to purchase on our website as well as the Mac App Store.

Thank you for the kind words and the support for our app. Let us know what you think!
[Version 1.2]



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Securemac commented on 11 Jun 2013
MacScan User Tip! Make sure you're protected with the latest Mac malware and blacklisted cookie definitions by clicking on the MacScan Preferences and ensuring 'Updates' is checked appropriately. You can also check manually by clicking on the MacScan menu > Check for Updates!
[Version 2.9.4]



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Securemac.com, Inc. (developer) commented on 29 Oct 2010
Hello SZQ,
We've updated our advisory page ( http://www.securemac.com/boonana-bulletin.php ) on Boonana Trojan horse and also have listed an analysis page ( http://www.securemac.com/boonana-info.php ) for the boonana trojan horse complete with screenshots.
[Version 1.0]



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Securemac.com, Inc. (developer) commented on 22 Mar 2010
It is important to stay up to date against the latest threats by having the latest definitions. To make sure MacScan automatically checks for updates simply follow the procedures listed below.

1. Launch MacScan
2. Click the MacScan Menu and select Preferences.
3. Make sure 'Automatically check for updates' is selected.
4. Press Save.

To check for updates manually simply launch MacScan and select the MacScan menu then select check for updates. You must be online while performing this task to download the latest data from the MacScan servers.
[Version 2.7]



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Securemac.com, Inc. (developer) commented on 02 Jun 2007
Thank you for your time in commenting on MacScan. MacScan is for your privacy and security, with MacScan you know that you are being protected against spyware for the Macintosh as well as given the ability to scan and remove tracking cookies.

MacScan is a commercial application as well so you can be assured proper support and updates to the program and definition files.
[Version 2.4.1]



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