Intego, an anti-virus software maker for the Mac, claims that a new "MacGuard" application is, in fact, malware.
With no known Mac viruses in the wild, do you really need an antivirus app? Scott McNulty takes a look.
ClamXav 1.1 is an able antivirus program that will keep your Mac protected, though it doesn’t offer all the features that more-expensive programs do. But the price is hard to beat.
If you're in the market for a fast-working antivirus program, VirusBarrier X5 10.5.2 is the gold standard. It will protect your Mac without making your other work grind to a halt.
Norton AntiVirus (NAV) is the 800-pound gorilla of antivirus software, on both the Mac and the PC, and NAV 11 proves that reputation is well deserved.
All evidence points to the fact that smartphone viruses will be a threat to network even though they may not be at this time, Network World reports.
Sophos has issued a security bulletin to warn Mac users against what it calls "scareware:" a Mac app that's designed to scare users into paying money.
Symantec has introduced a new anti-virus software package that protects Mac OS X and Windows together.
Several security vendors are considering developing virus protection software for the Mac OS while one company has a prototype on standby.
The new X5 versions of Intego's suite of personal security products include new interfaces and compatibility with both OS X 10.4 and 10.5.