Best virus protection for Mac?

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Devin:
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Black Side:
First of all, the Mac computers are not "unhackable" BUT they are more difficult to exploit rather than Windows.
The malware in the Mac is one thing, but you can click on some online fraud such as phishing site or malware website that will steal all of your info if you leave your credentials, so you need another/extra protection while you are online.
The newest OS, are Unix-Kernel based, which is the most secured system.
There is no Computer, OS that is hundred percents secure, safe.

The common way attack a Mac computer is through a third-party browser and browser plugins like Java or adobe reader. So if the user has enabled it (obviously) and the hackers find a bug, vulnerability in the code, then they will/may compromise the security of the system.

Here is a list of some best Antiviruses for Mac:

http://www.tomsguide.com/us/best-antivir…

rahemz:
Some Best virus protection for Mac ……
1. System Care Pro
2. Avast
3. ClamXav
Jean:
Some Best virus protection for Mac ……
1. System Care Pro
2. Avast
3. ClamXav
James:
Contrary to some of the other responses, Macs do indeed need Antivirus/Antimalware software. While a Mac is less prone to getting infected by a virus, it can still happen, so you should be prepared. I like Avast for Mac (linked below). It's free, fairly lightweight on system resources (doesn't use a lot of memory/CPU), and not only protects against Antivirus, but all sorts of common forms of malware.
dallenmarket:
I've found that you don't need an expensive commercial anti-virus app. Freeware like Avast works great against the couple of dozen virii that can attack a Mac. We don't have the thousands like Windows does, but one is too many, so I run Avast on all of my Macs. (I even run the freeware Windows version when using Windows via Parallels.)

Anti-virus protection is only half the battle though. Malware isn't as bad, but is annoying and more prevalent than virii these days. I use the freeware Malwarebytes. (Runs along side Avast with no problems.) The two work together to keep my entire LAN safe.

Richard:
Despite what many Mac users say, there is nothing inherent in a Mac that prevents it from being vulnerable to viruses. I suggest you look at "Kaspersky Internet Security for Mac". BitDefender also produce anti-virus software for Mac systems.

I hope this helps.

Harris:
Bitdefender Antivirus for Mac.
Poole:
Bitdefender Antivirus for Mac.
Minhaz:
Bitdefender Antivirus for Mac.

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