There’s always the potential danger you might catch when leaving your house to go experience the real world out there. Just as there’s also a potential danger when navigating the web to observe what’s happening all around. You need to prepare for those dangers.
You don’t need to understand how malware, spyware, and general viruses work to defend yourself from them at all. You just need the correct piece of antivirus software to do that for you. There are numerous offerings out there, but we put forward only the best Antivirus available on the market for MAC computers. Here they are.
Free Antivirus for Mac is powered by a combination of artificial intelligence, cloud technologies, and Avira’s endpoint antivirus scanner. Avira protects your private data against all types of malware including ransomware, Trojans, and spyware.
I have used MacKeeper since I moved from Windows to a MacBook Pro back in 2015 and I wouldn’t bother with anything else. Keeps me and my business safe, looks great, great name and has all the features you need to feel protected. It’s very affordable, too, which is a real bonus.
BitDefender antivirus for all my Mac machines (4 machines) since 2014. The protection, security, privacy and speed I get by using this antivirus is way beyond awesomeness.
I have used this same antivirus on my windows machines for more than 8 years.
This antivirus can help your Mac stay secure and don’t disturb your Mac’s performance because of it’s small size.
For General Protection, I am a big supporter of ESET. I have it running on multiple devices – Mac, PC, Servers, Mobile (android and iOS), and a chromeOS. Its simple to use, has a business management and MSP management format. It utilizes the best in breed detection – both classic definition based hunting and heuristic based methods.
As far as success in cleaning/detecting malware, it keeps up with Malwarebytes without the resource overhead, and as Malwarebytes is often the go-to service for malware cleanup – post breach, ESET isn’t as aggressively targeted by hackers trying to bypass detection. Additionally the versions I’m recommending include additional options like a firewall and network threat detection, and is good as anything else at stopping ransomware.
A complete solution for anyone taking their computer security seriously.