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Mc Afee Live Safe integrates antivirus, firewall and anti-spyware/anti-ransomware capabilities.
Mc Afee also produces an enterprise-level product named Virus Scan Enterprise: Mc Afee has designed this for use on larger networks designed to make management of antivirus software on multiple computers easier.
For information on updating a computer that does not have a working Internet connection, please see the installation instructions.
By default, Virus Scan for Mac is set up to automatically check the Mc Afee Website for an updated DAT file everyday.
In tests by Virus Bulletin and additional independent consumer-organizations, Mc Afee Virus Scan has not fared well, frequently failing to detect some common viruses.
On April 21, 2010, beginning approximately at 2 PM GMT, an erroneous virus definition file update from Mc Afee affected millions of computers worldwide running Windows XP Service Pack 3.
To get started select your computer Operating System (OS) from the list below.
Anti-virus software scans files or your computer's memory for certain patterns that may indicate an infection.
The patterns it looks for are based on the signatures, or definitions, of known viruses.
In November 2008 Mc Afee announced Virus Scan for Mac 8.6.
(Earlier versions used the name Virex, developed by HJC Software.) Key changes in Virus Scan 8.6 included Leopard Compatibility, a universal binary package that ran on both Intel and Power PC-based Macs, On access scanning and Apple Mail support.