Protecting Your Mac with Internet Security
Watch tutorial on Internet Security
Mac OS X offers built-in protection from online threats, but still it is not enough. The Internet Security plugin built into MacKeeper protects your Mac from all kinds of online threats – identity theft, credit card fraud, malware, phishing etc. It includes two main modules – Real-Time Safe Browsing and Antivirus.
To use Internet Security, you should install either from the System Status page (you will see the Recommended Action: Install alert) or from the Internet Security page.
You will not be able to install Internet Security if you already have another antivirus with real-time protection. All additional Internet Security files will require 150 MB of free space.
To open Internet Security, click its name on the navigation bar. The Internet Security page is divided into five tabs: Status, Safe Browsing, Antivirus Scan, Antivirus Schedule, and Antivirus Quarantine.
How to use the Status page of Internet Security?Status
Real-Time Safe Browsing
How to use Real-Time Safe Browsing of Internet Security?Real-Time Safe Browsing
How to scan your system with MacKeeper antivirus?Antivirus Scan
How to schedule system scans with MacKeeper Antivirus?Antivirus Schedule
How to quarantine viruses with MacKeeper Antivirus?Antivirus Quarantine
MacKeeper Tray Menu
How to use Internet Security from the MacKeeper tray menu?MacKeeper Tray Menu