iAntivirus
iAntivirus
1.1.4

3.1

iAntivirus

iAntivirus

1.1.412 April 2013

Protect your Mac from viruses.

iAntivirus
Free
12 April 2013

3.1

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iAntivirus

iAntivirus

1.1.412 April 2013

Protect your Mac from viruses.

Overview

iAntivirus is essential virus protection built exclusively for your Mac. This simple yet powerful on-demand malware and virus scanner from Norton helps ensure you are protected from the latest threats. The all-new iAntivirus protects your iPhoto pictures, iTunes music and all of your Apple Stuff you can't live without. iAntivirus also scans your Facebook wall for malicious links to keep you protected from online fraud. iAntivirus includes definitions for both Mac and Windows threats. Updates to these definitions will be delivered regularly through Mac App Store updates.

Key features:

  • Award-winning technology blocks threats before they damage your Mac, iPhoto® pictures, iTunes® media and other important Stuff.
  • Innovative "carousel" interfaces lets you use two fingers to swipe between your home folder and full system and other scanning options.
  • Lets you quickly and easily scan files by simply dragging and dropping them onto iAntivirus.
  • Built for speed from the ground up, so it won't get in the way of your Mac experience.
  • Works seamlessly against Windows threats too, to make sure the documents you share are safe for everyone.
  • Updates available regularly through the App Store to help detect the latest breaking threats.
Online threats targeting Macs are on the rise and iAntivirus is your first line of defense. It delivers essential protection to keep your Mac and your Stuff safe from the latest viruses.

What's new in iAntivirus

Version 1.1.4:

New features:

  • Updated virus and malware definitions
  • Minor code enhancements

Requirements for iAntivirus

  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later

56 Reviews

Rate this app:

19 September 2008

Most helpful

Please do not get me wrong over what you are about to read, since I have huge admiration for developers who create great apps for the Mac as Shareware or Freeware (and occasionally good value Commercial) downloads. My concerns over this are: 1. Anyone subscribing to MacUpdate is smarter than the average bear, thus: 2. Anyone subscribing to MacUpdate knows the advice already posted by ZBOB - the best anti-virus defence is planted between your ears, and 3. How responsive can the developer guarantee to be when (NOT IF) an OSX virus gets into the wild? It takes a significant amount of monitoring and resource to implement an update to the filtering. The developer, PC Tools, offers no information about its history, size or structure on its web site. For all I can tell, this is a script-kiddie working from a garage. And the name PC Tools suggests a Windoze oriented operation, despite well-written copy telling me that everything is Mac oriented and does not bloat the apps database with Windoxw only virii (aka "viruses" for the illiterate). I know that Macs are in the frame for attacks from the e-vermin, and I also know that every single major AV vendor has given up trying to flog their wares to Mac users, for good reasons: there has, until now, been no credible threat. The time is therefore right for a dedicated and serious Mac software developer to come out with a product, that if it delivers, could easily become dominant. Meanwhile, I will not download this valiant (maybe?) attempt, as the cynic in me says that this is more likely an attempted sale based upon FUD - Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt = buy now; better safe than sorry.
Like (10)
Version 1.0b3
29 November 2015
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Version 1.1.4
05 January 2015
I'm running iAntivirus Free Edition without any serious problems. What advantage would accrue from my upgrading to the paid-for edition?
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Version 1.1.4
04 November 2013
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Version 1.1.4
21 September 2013
iAntivirus have not realtime protection ! Why i wont install him ?
Like (1)
Version 1.1.4
08 June 2013
There's something really hinky about AV software that requires on to go to the MacCrapStore to get updated malware definitions. Various other free AV ware, including ClamXav and Sophos, update via the app and can do so on a daily basis.
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Version 1.1.4
14 April 2013
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Version 1.1.4
13 April 2013
Is this a subscription app, disguising itself as a freeware title? I wouldn't mind my paying a one-time fee of $50 or whatever. I'll never buy a subscription app. Symantec made its Mac version of anti-virus app a subscription app a few years back.
Like (1)
Version 1.1.4
21 February 2013
There are no mac Virus in the wild. This App is useless and waste of resources.
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Version 1.1.3
3 answer(s)
anonymous-dingo-653
22 February 2013
You are truly naive. As an ex-IT, I can tell you there are indeed viruses (as well as trojans and worms) targeted at OSX... and they've been around longer that you probably know. As the saying goes... you have right to your own opinion, not your own facts.
Like (8)
Penguirl
22 February 2013
Still clinging to that fallacy? Apple was just hit through a Java vulnerability, then there's Flash, Acrobat… Not to mention phishing, infected BitTorrent app files, there was even a poison jpg a few years back.
Like (5)
tjekov37
21 September 2013
You are really naive :-)
Like (1)
26 November 2012
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Version 1.1.1
22 November 2012
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Version 1.1.1
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3.1

Category:

Utilities

Virus

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 54,226 times

Free

3.1

Category:

Utilities

Virus

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 54,226 times

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56 Reviews

Rate this app:

19 September 2008

Most helpful

Please do not get me wrong over what you are about to read, since I have huge admiration for developers who create great apps for the Mac as Shareware or Freeware (and occasionally good value Commercial) downloads. My concerns over this are: 1. Anyone subscribing to MacUpdate is smarter than the average bear, thus: 2. Anyone subscribing to MacUpdate knows the advice already posted by ZBOB - the best anti-virus defence is planted between your ears, and 3. How responsive can the developer guarantee to be when (NOT IF) an OSX virus gets into the wild? It takes a significant amount of monitoring and resource to implement an update to the filtering. The developer, PC Tools, offers no information about its history, size or structure on its web site. For all I can tell, this is a script-kiddie working from a garage. And the name PC Tools suggests a Windoze oriented operation, despite well-written copy telling me that everything is Mac oriented and does not bloat the apps database with Windoxw only virii (aka "viruses" for the illiterate). I know that Macs are in the frame for attacks from the e-vermin, and I also know that every single major AV vendor has given up trying to flog their wares to Mac users, for good reasons: there has, until now, been no credible threat. The time is therefore right for a dedicated and serious Mac software developer to come out with a product, that if it delivers, could easily become dominant. Meanwhile, I will not download this valiant (maybe?) attempt, as the cynic in me says that this is more likely an attempted sale based upon FUD - Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt = buy now; better safe than sorry.
Like (10)
Version 1.0b3
29 November 2015
Like
Version 1.1.4
05 January 2015
I'm running iAntivirus Free Edition without any serious problems. What advantage would accrue from my upgrading to the paid-for edition?
Like
Version 1.1.4
04 November 2013
Like
Version 1.1.4
21 September 2013
iAntivirus have not realtime protection ! Why i wont install him ?
Like (1)
Version 1.1.4
08 June 2013
There's something really hinky about AV software that requires on to go to the MacCrapStore to get updated malware definitions. Various other free AV ware, including ClamXav and Sophos, update via the app and can do so on a daily basis.
Like
Version 1.1.4
14 April 2013
Like
Version 1.1.4
13 April 2013
Is this a subscription app, disguising itself as a freeware title? I wouldn't mind my paying a one-time fee of $50 or whatever. I'll never buy a subscription app. Symantec made its Mac version of anti-virus app a subscription app a few years back.
Like (1)
Version 1.1.4
21 February 2013
There are no mac Virus in the wild. This App is useless and waste of resources.
Like
Version 1.1.3
3 answer(s)
anonymous-dingo-653
22 February 2013
You are truly naive. As an ex-IT, I can tell you there are indeed viruses (as well as trojans and worms) targeted at OSX... and they've been around longer that you probably know. As the saying goes... you have right to your own opinion, not your own facts.
Like (8)
Penguirl
22 February 2013
Still clinging to that fallacy? Apple was just hit through a Java vulnerability, then there's Flash, Acrobat… Not to mention phishing, infected BitTorrent app files, there was even a poison jpg a few years back.
Like (5)
tjekov37
21 September 2013
You are really naive :-)
Like (1)
26 November 2012
Like
Version 1.1.1
22 November 2012
Like
Version 1.1.1