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I have been using ClamXav for a number of years, as has Anne on her machine. It has never found anything on either machine - but then, that is in all probability because there has been nothing to find. We don't get much in the way of emails etc. From known users of Windows machines and neither of us wander around websites we are unfamiliar with to any great extent. Nor are we inclined to open emails of dubious provenance, whether or not they are marked as spam. That being said, before I rush off and buy a licence for the new version, what anti-malware apps do you use?

Are there better ones, or ones that are easier to set up (I've never been really sure that I've got ClamXav set up really properly). I could always take the risk and forego the protection, but sooner or later some b*****d is going to create a really nasty piece of Mac malware. -- Please reply to yclept at outlook dot com. Nospam 15/6/2017, 9:46 น. John Hill wrote: > I have been using ClamXav for a number of years, as has Anne on her > machine.

It's actually been 'no longer free' for quite some time now (years). > It has never found anything on either machine - but then, that is in all > probability because there has been nothing to find. We don't get much > in the way of emails etc.

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From known users of Windows machines and > neither of us wander around websites we are unfamiliar with to any great > extent. Nor are we inclined to open emails of dubious provenance, > whether or not they are marked as spam. > > That being said, before I rush off and buy a licence for the new > version, what anti-malware apps do you use? Are there better ones, or > ones that are easier to set up (I've never been really sure that I've > got ClamXav set up really properly).

> > I could always take the risk and forego the protection, but sooner or > later some b*****d is going to create a really nasty piece of Mac > malware. There are plenty around, and even recently some have got bitten by one downloaded with Handbrake from an official server site.

Of course AV software is a little bit of 'after the horse has bolted' kind of thing, it can only be updated for threats that actually exist (a bit like trying to arrest someone for something they haven't done yet). However, we can all slip sometimes, and the usual methods of assuming macOSX is immune, common sense and regular updates can fail us at times. Personally I prefer to use AV software, as well as other stuff, on top of using my own common sense and knowledge of things Mac - e.g. Never enter your password if you didn't launch anything, don't open suspicous attachments, don't download from unknown websites, and never click on email links (unless you really know who it's from, and where it goes to).

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