eScan Anti-Virus Security for Mac - Special Offer - 1 User 1 Year

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eScan Anti-Virus Security for Mac is a security solution designed exclusively for Apple Macintosh machines running Mac OS X, keeping in mind the drastically increasing cyber threats and the security needs required for their defense. It provides real-time protection to PCs based on Mac platform against Viruses, Spyware, Adware, Rootkits, Botnets, Keyloggers, and other security threats.

Powered by innovative technologies, eScan Anti-Virus Security for Mac keeps the computer's memory and resource usage to the least, while providing comprehensive protection. It is easy-to-use and involves simple installation. It detects and warns users about the suspicious behaviour of applications, thus providing protection from Zero-Day threats. It also enables blocking of USB based Storage devices, thus preventing data theft and transmission of Viruses, Trojans or any other malware. In addition, it provides automatic as well as manual updates with extensive logs & reports.

Moreover, if a Mac is used in a mixed network environment along with the other operating systems like Windows, it can be used as a storage point for malware. Though the malware may not affect the Mac, however, it can spread via the network, either through emails, file-sharing applications or downloads via the Internet. In such scenarios too, eScan Anti-Virus Security for Mac will provide effective real-time protection.



  • Easy to use Graphical User Interface
  • Effective Real-time Protection
  • On-demand Scanning
  • Scheduled Scanning
  • Powerful Heuristic Scanning for Proactive Protection
  • Real-time USB/ FireWire Control
  • Effective Endpoint Security
  • Automatic and Manual Virus Updates
  • 24X7 Free Online Technical Support
  • Language Versions


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