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iAntivirus – Free Antivirus for Mac OS X

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iAntivirus is a free Antivirus software for Mac OS X that specially designed to protect your iPhoto pictures, iTunes media files and any other files of your Mac OS X from the latest threats.

iAntivirus - Free Antivirus for Mac OS X

it is simple yet powerful Antivirus software has an easy-to-use user interface like other Mac applications and runs in the background so it won’t disrupt your online experience or slow down your Mac OS. it offer an on-demand malware and virus scanner build by popular Antivirus company “Norton”.

iAntivirus - Antivirus for Mac

iAntivirus also scan your Facebook wall for malicious links to protect you from the online fraud. it offer both virus definitions to protect your Mac OS from both Mac and Windows threats. Updates to these definitions will be delivered regularly through Mac App Store updates.

iAntivirus - Free Antivirus for Mac

Features of iAntivirus

  1. Provide Support for Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7 running on Intel based Macs
  2. Protects against viruses before they damage your Mac, stealing your personal information, iPhoto pictures, iTunes media and other important Stuff.
  3. Detects and removes spyware and unwanted monitoring software
  4. Removes dangerous threats from files you download
  5. Innovative “carousel” interfaces lets you use two fingers to swipe between your home folder and full system and other scanning options.
  6. Instantly scan your files by simply dragging and dropping them onto iAntivirus.
  7. Works seamlessly against Windows threats too, to make sure the documents you share are safe for everyone.

Minimum Hardware Requirements

  1. Mac system with Intel Core processor
  2. 2 GB of RAM (already required for Mac OS X 10.7)
  3. 350 MB of available hard disk space (includes virus definition updates)
  4. Internet connection required for product and definition updates
  5. CD-ROM or DVD drive (if not installing via electronic download)

Download : iAntivirus – Free Antivirus for Mac OS X

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