SecureMac on Wednesday announced the release of MacScan 2.6, its anti-spyware software for Mac OS X. It costs US$29.99, and MacScan 2.6 is a free update for registered 2.x users.
MacScan helps to protect Macs against spyware and "Internet-related clutter" by detecting, isolating and removing offending files and software. It detects over 8,000 blacklisted tracking cookies used by spyware Web sites, will schedule automated scans and works using definition files that are updated for free.
New to the 2.6 release is support for Firefox 3, the very latest version of the popular Web browser, an improved user interface, the latest spyware definitions an updated tracking cookie blacklist.
A trial version is available for download.
This story, "MacScan Adds Firefox 3 Support" was originally published by Macworld.