Apple users are often convinced that their devices are more immune to cyberattacks. They’re correct. This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t utilize a solid antivirus program.

Particularly with attacks like WannaCry and Petya affecting major institutions like the NHS earlier this year and spreading throughout the internet, you must do everything you can to safeguard your computer from malware. Intego’s Mac antivirus software is tailor-made for the platform and offers 24/7 security with a robust scanner that is able to detect and neutralize cross-platform threats as well traditional malware, viruses, spyware, and adware.

The software is easy to use and can perform a quick scan, a full scan of the hard drive or a search for external drives and USB sticks. A scheduler allows you to set up automated scans, and you can also drag and drop files and folders to have them examined in more forensic manner.

Avira Antivirus Security Pro uses an approach that is a mix of local antivirus scanning and cloud-based online analysis to provide additional layers of protection. The program also keeps an eye out for hacks in browsers possible ransomware attacks, and other attacks that occur remotely. It’s a solid suite however, it’s lacking some advanced features like a password manager and firewall. It’s a good choice for those who are seeking robust security at a an affordable price.