If lost, you’re sunk, but you may have opted to store it in iCloud.
Apple has a last-ditch effort when you’ve lost it all, but it’s not guaranteed.
We name the top free and paid Mac antivirus products to root out malicious software and prevent infections.
Norton Security Deluxe is the best malware-plus-network security package, except for its lack of active ransomware monitoring.
ProtectWorks doesn’t meet the test of either defeating malware in circulation or having up-to-date features.
An all-around champion has strong malware-fighting abilities packaged with worthwhile extras.
For features, price-per-computer, and ease of configuration, Sophos Home Premium comes out on top.
Bitdefender may have sterling marks from security labs, but it's not nearly so effective during real-world use.
Intego’s Mac Internet Security X9’s interface and virus definition database are far better than its actual function and price.
Trend Micro Antivirus has a solid set of features and performs very well in malware detection and blocking, including intercepting some kinds of ransomware.
Low performance and a lack of key features make McAfee Total Protection difficult to recommend.
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Updated information about a turnkey, automated cracking system marketed to law enforcement makes it clear users should pick longer passcodes.
It’s a quirk in trusting your iOS device, even if it’s been trusted.
If you use Desktop and Documents, there’s an issue about the files in those folders being properly backed up.
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