Internet Security Features
Protect your Mac from phishing scams, malware, spyware, adware, viruses and identity theft while you're using the Internet.
The Internet is the most vulnerable place for Mac security. With the real-time Safe Browsing feature, you can safely surf the Internet knowing that all malicious websites will be blocked automatically. For extra security and convenience, you can manually create lists of potentially dangerous websites that will be auto-blocked. Likewise, you can create lists of your most trusted websites that won't be blocked.
MacKeeper™ features powerful antivirus protection with top-of-the-line security measures and regular updates. However, when running Windows emulators, such as Parallels or VMWare, extra security is necessary. With an easy, real-time protection on/off switch, you can turn it on, work with an emulator, and turn it off when you're done.
Safe Browsing is compatible with:
Protects Your Mac From:
Mac OS and
viruses to friends
Anti-Theft Technology Worldwide
MacKeeper™ revolutionary anti-theft technology has helped to recover hundreds of lost and stolen computers. We have cooperated with law enforcement agencies from around the world by providing MacKeeper™ users with real-time data that was used to find their stolen property. MacKeeper™ IP location reports and iSight snapshots have helped solve crimes that may have never been solved without the help of our anti-theft software.
We love getting messages from customers who tell us how shocked and surprised police detectives were when they were able to provide a picture of the person using their computer and an IP address. We also enjoy hearing from law enforcement agencies about how our location reports have provided information that has led to solving additional crimes, multiple arrests and the return of stolen property. Police detectives recognize how important MacKeeper™ anti-theft software is and how the software is the best defense in the event your computer is lost or stolen.
MacKeeper™ is proud to support law enforcement and protect computers worldwide