Let’s say that you operate an internet security company, and you discover a brand-new security threat for the Mac platform – one that is allegedly safe since forever. You can honestly brag about it, and deservedly so. Dr.Web «uncovered the first botnet» made of Macs in 2012, but its software runs on OS X since 2009 and implement the usual graphic interface implemented by the majority of antivirus.
It comes in a free edition which gives you only basic protection, and a paid one that extends its reach with features like firewall, anti-spam filters, automatic, manual or scheduled scans, quarantine option, a log that record every ambiguous object, a database of all the virus already out in the open, and much more.
As a security warden, Dr. Web Antivirus for Mac OS X surely protects your computer. If your Mac is a bit old, though, Dr. Web can be a stress on your performance.
|Usability: 7 /10||Speed: 6 /10||Features: 7 /10||Support: 6 /10||Pricing: 7 /10|