Only Internet Security Barrier X6 provides comprehensive protection from malware, network threats and the many other security issues that Mac users face.
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Internet Security Barrier X6 for Mac
Only Internet Security Barrier X6 provides comprehensive protection from malware, network threats and the many other security issues that Mac users face. Internet Security Barrier X6 includes full anti-malware protection together with firewall, network protection, parental control, anti-phishing, anti-spyware, backup and antispam features, and much more.
As security threats change, Macs need stronger protection While viruses, Trojan horses, worms and other forms of malware are a constant threat to computers of all kinds, cyber-criminals are turning to new techniques to infect and control your Mac. Focusing on malware or network attacks alone is no longer sufficient to protect Macs from the dangers of the Internet. In addition, children are at risk from inappropriate content, files and data need protection against loss or damage, and spam reduces productivity.
Integrated protection with Internet Security Barrier X6 Internet Security Barrier X6, the latest version of Intego's security suite, includes more than 200 new features. With multiple threat-detection techniques, improved methods of detection, and a full range of defensive functions for malware and network protection, together with parental control, backup and antispam features, Internet Security Barrier X6 protects Macs from all known malware, network-based threats, and the many other security issues that affect Mac OS X.
Internet Security Barrier X6 contains the following software programs:
The best antivirus for Mac: protects your Mac from all known Mac viruses and malware
Only VirusBarrier X6 provides comprehensive protection from malware and network threats. VirusBarrier X6 is the only antivirus program for Mac that includes full anti-malware protection together with firewall, network protection, anti-phishing, anti-spyware features and more.
As malware changes, protection needs to be reinforced While viruses, Trojan horses, worms and other forms of malware are a constant threat to computers of all kinds, cyber-criminals are turning to new techniques to infect and control your Mac. These new threats come silently, with little warning, over the Internet: in many cases, simply visiting a booby-trapped web page can compromise your Mac. Focusing on malware or network attacks alone is no longer sufficient to protect Macs from the dangers of the Internet.
Comprehensive protection with VirusBarrier X6 VirusBarrier X6, the latest version of Intego's network and malware security program, includes more than 100 new features. With multiple threat-detection techniques, improved methods of detection, combined detection protocols, proactive behavioral analysis, and a full range of defensive functions, VirusBarrier X6 protects Macs from all known network-based threats, as well as all known malware.
New features of VirusBarrier X6
VirusBarrier X6 adds a number of new features that provide hardened security and help protect against the latest threats:
Phishing protection: you and your Mac are protected from phishing web sites that try to trick you into entering personal information, such as a credit card number or a password, on a site that looks exactly like a valid web site.
New types of malware detected: VirusBarrier X6 detects a wide range of new types of malware, such as scareware (software that tries to trick you into thinking youre Mac is infected, in order to get you to pay for software), spyware (including commercial software used as keyloggers or monitoring tools), hacking tools, dialers (software that initiates phone calls to premium-rate phone numbers), proof-of-concept malware (software designed to show how to exploit a vulnerability, which is not circulating “in the wild”), and more.
Dynamic Code Monitoring: Integos new technology that detects suspicious actions carried out by applications that may be malicious, and detects malware by examining its code as it acts in real-time.
Fine-tuned scanning and security policies: choose from a number of detailed options to determine exactly what is scanned and when, and the type of threats that VirusBarrier X6 scans for. There are also basic settings for users who dont need such detailed options.
CPU and performance control: users can choose how much CPU time VirusBarrier X6 uses to scan different disks, and choose a maximum percentage of CPU time to be allocated to background scans, in order to reduce CPU usage.
AppleScript integration: users can launch scans and obtain scan results using AppleScript.
Uninstallation protection: VirusBarrier X6 contains protective measures against uninstallation or deactivation.
Real-time monitoring indicators in the menu bar: to ensure that all features are functioning correctly, VirusBarrier X6 displays indicators in the menu bar.
Other features of VirusBarrier X6:
Detects and eliminates all known Mac viruses and malware
Scans files for Windows and Unix viruses
Protects against spyware and Trojan horses
Protects against adware, hacker tools, dialers, keyloggers and more
Repairs infected files
Real-time and on-demand virus scanning
Quarantine Zone to isolate infected files
Trusted Zone to disable Real-Time scanning on selected files or folders
Heuristic and behavioral analysis
Blocks virus execution
Detailed logging for scan analysis
Full logs can be saved and exported
Scans can be scheduled at multiple times
Scans can be run automatically when external volumes are mounted
Scans can run automatically after virus definition updates
Command-line control for remote scans
Scans compressed files and archives
Archive scanning can be activated by archive type
Scanning for Windows viruses can be deactivated
Scans for malware on the iPhone and the iPod touch
Suspicious file analysis by the Intego Virus Monitoring Center
Contextual menu for quick scans of files, folders or volumes
Turbo Mode technology for faster scans
Choice of alerts (voice, dialog or e-mail)
File analysis from the Dock
Runs in the background
Personal Firewall features:
Controls incoming and outgoing TCP/IP traffic and data
Protects against all kinds of intrusions
Protects against network attacks
Protects against ping floods, port scans, and more
Offers preset or customizable firewall rules
Simple and advanced firewall modes
Multiple customized firewall modes can be defined
Stop list and Trusted group store friendly and malicious IP addresses
Offers a choice of defense policies, with advanced options for intrusion protection
Individualized security policies for network attack prevention
Alerts inform users of attacks, and offer several options to react to them
Configurations can be set for specific network settings or locations
Networks can be defined by MAC address
Thorough list of TCP/UDP Ports
Full logs allow users to audit all network activity
Stores logs in the Apple system log facility
Offers individual cookie control
Blocks ad banners
Safeguards personal information
Hides browser and platform information
Network Monitoring features:
Shows network traffic activity with 12 control monitors
Includes standalone traffic monitor application and widget
Displays all network services active and their ports
Logs display real-time network activity with domain name resolution
Shows network addresses and MAC addresses
Detects available AirPort and WiFi networks
Includes Whois and Traceroute tools
ContentBarrier 10.6 is a parental control program for Mac, providing functions for parents and businesses. It is designed to filter and block certain Internet content according to the settings you choose. ContentBarrier 10.6 blocks adult web sites, sites with subjects not fit for children, and blocks chats when predatory language is used. It also blocks certain protocols, or types of Internet communication, that you may not want your children to use, such as peer-to-peer and other file sharing protocols, online games, streaming audio and video, FTP, SSH and more.
ContentBarrier 10.6 works with multiple users, and interfaces seamlessly with the Mac OS X user accounts on your computer. If you have several children, you can set different limitations corresponding to their age or maturity. You can choose whether they have access to newsgroups, e-mail, or whether they can download files. You can set the program to let them only use the Internet at certain times, and on certain days. You can choose to block or allow specific web sites, allow users only to use selected applications, and block access to specific types of content, such as streaming media or peer-to-peer file transfers. The program can even send you e-mail, automatically, when certain events occur. And you can view logs and manage some of ContentBarrier 10.6s settings over the Internet, using any web browser.
ContentBarrier 10.6 sets up a protective wall around your computer. Its pre-defined filters let you choose what you dont want your children to see, and you can create your own custom filters as well. Inappropriate web sites are blocked, shielding your children from content they are too young for. Additional filters block content by program type, such as chats, newsgroups and more.
Blocks and filters all offensive material from the Internet
Customizable profiles - if you have several children, you can adjust the settings for their age and maturity
Seamless interface with Mac OS X user accounts
Setup assistant simplifies user configuration
Adjustable levels of protection
Overview screen shows all user settings
Pre-determined filters for safe and easy content filtering
Web site blocking—block or allow specific web sites
Full recording of activity: sites visited, sites blocked, chats, e-mail, applications, screenshots and keystrokes
Prevents external disks and volumes from mounting
Remote web administration from any computer
Quick enabling/disabling of protection for each user
Add user photos for easy recognition and configuration
Blocks streaming media, newsgroups and peer-to-peer software
Blocks chats and e-mail
Blocks selected applications
Filters protocols such as FTP/SFTP, SSH, SSL and online games
Start and stop time limits from the Intego menu
Instant authorization for blocked sites
Automatic search engine redirection
Limits Internet access by day and time
AntiPredator function to block predatory language in chat sessions
Detailed logs of each users Internet usage
Traffic data recorded for an overview of Internet use
Only authorized users can change program settings
Automatic updates with NetUpdate
Automatic e-mail notification of certain events
User manual in the Help menu
Personal Backup 10.6
Whether you use your Mac for work or at home, you devote a lot of time to creating and editing files, installing applications, and maintaining your Mac OS X system. If you use your computer at home, you may have banking records, e-mail archives, databases listing your possessions, school reports, or digital pictures of your family. At work, you certainly have documents and files that are essential for your job or business—reports, spreadsheets, databases and more. All these files are valuable, and many are irreplaceable.
If you dont back up your files, you may have the unpleasant surprise of looking for some of them and discovering them missing or damaged. At that point theres little you can do except feel guilty about not being more prudent—and make a resolution to back up your files more often.
Thats where Personal Backup 10.6 comes in. It protects you from such loss by making copies of your files so you can recover from losses caused by theft, error, disaster, or data corruption. And it continues to protect you through automated schedules that ensure you always have an up-to-date backup.
Intego Personal Backup 10.6 is a comprehensive backup solution for Mac OS X, protecting you from data loss by systematically making copies of your documents, applications, and system files.
Intego Personal Backup 10.6 can back up your files to most media, including:
Partitions on your hard drive
External hard drives (USB, FireWire or SCSI)
Removable media (such as USB key drives)
Optical media (such as recordable CDs or DVDs)
AirPort disks (hard disks connected to Apple's AirPort Extreme base station)
Intego Personal Backup 10.6 can also synchronize data between two computers (such as a desktop Mac and a MacBook or MacBook Pro), or create a bootable backup of your entire Mac OS X volume. And, of course, it restores files to your computer as easily as it backs them up.
At its simplest, backing up files with Personal Backup 10.6 requires dragging and dropping a few folders and clicking the Backup button. For more-complex tasks, Personal Backup 10.6s advanced mode lets you create backup scripts that perform multiple actions, and can run on predetermined schedules.
Personal Backup 10.6 Features
Backs up files to FTP and SFTP servers
New user interface
Incremental backups store multiple versions
Preview scripts before running them
Run scripts, applications, AppleScripts and more before and after script execution
Multiple schedules possible for any script
Network volumes can be mounted when needed
Personal Backup can wake up a Mac to run scripts
Improved Dashboard widget to launch and monitor scripts
Full or incremental backups
Fast, reliable restorations
Bootable backups can be made of startup volume
Data synchronization of folders or volumes
Backs up to all types of volumes, such as hard drives (HFS/HFS+/UFS), AppleShare servers, Windows shares (samba), NFS servers, iDisks, iPods...
Automatic mount and dismount of network volumes
Scripts can be linked to one another
Easy editing and modification of scripts
Scripts can be tested before they launch
Backup statistics display with graphs
Backups can be made to multiple disks
Exception lists to choose what not to back up
Data copied in its original format allows immediate recovery in case of accidental loss
Scripts can run in the background
User manual in the Help menu
Personal Antispam 10.6
Intego Personal Antispam 10.6 is the ultimate spam-fighting tool for Mac OS X. Personal Antispam 10.6 analyzes your incoming e-mail, determining which messages are spam and which are valid messages, and does so in many ways: by checking a whitelist and blacklist of addresses, message headers, content or layout, URLs in messages, and much more.
Spam is the scourge of the Internet. Almost every Internet user receives spam: undesired e-mail messages selling products and services, messages suggesting that users visit certain web sites, often pornographic, and scams of all kinds. Some people get so much spam that they spend more time sorting their inboxes than they do reading legitimate e-mail; it is not uncommon to receive hundreds of spam messages each day, for only a few dozen legitimate e-mail messages.
Spam is the electronic equivalent of the junk mail you receive in your mailbox. But while much of the junk mail you receive is local -flyers for the neighborhood supermarket, sales at your local sporting goods store- spam generally offers scams and swindles. Some of these include the "Nigerian Scam", or the 419 scam, named after the relevant section of the Criminal Code of Nigeria, where e-mails ask you to help someone obtain several million dollars from a bank account, after you have put up a few thousand yourself as an "advance fee". Other spam messages offer prescription drugs, without a prescription, at rock-bottom prices; software at prices that are too good to be true; messages claiming to be from friends, directing you to check out a specific web site; “phishing” messages, or attempts to get you to log on to a bank web site and enter your user name and password; or e-mail offering you free pornography or miracle solutions to increase the size of certain body parts.
While it is relatively simple to get rid of the junk mail you receive in your mailbox at home, spam is more difficult to detect. The subject headers of spam messages often lead you to think that the messages are from old friends or businesses you have worked with. If you have to sort through all this spam in your inbox every day, especially if you need to read e-mail for your job, you'll waste a lot of time and be less productive.
Personal Antispam 10.6 uses a set of plug-ins to provide the most powerful spam filter available. You choose which plug-ins you want to use, according to the type of spam you receive. Personal Antispam 10.6 uses lexical filtering (also known as Bayesian analysis), attachment filters, whitelist and blacklist filters, and also filters URLs, using a database of known spam URLs that are often included in messages. Personal Antispam 10.6 also looks for specific types of headers and layout used in HTML messages, which are most often used for spam, allowing the program to not only search for content, but also for the subtle ways that spammers craft their messages.
After you have had Personal Antispam 10.6 learn from your e-mail, you can export your settings and spam database, and give it to friends, family or colleagues, so these people can get optimal spam filtering immediately, without having to wait for Personal Antispam 10.6 to learn from their e-mail. They can then have the program learn from the more specific types of spam and legitimate e-mail they receive to refine the programs efficiency.
Spam techniques are constantly changing, and Personal Antispam 10.6 offers monthly updates to fight new types of spam as they appear, and to update its database of spam URLs.
Personal Antispam 10.6 Features
Filters e-mail and weeds out spam, placing it in a Spam folder
Filters spam with Bayesian analysis
Filters spam by address, message content, layout and more
Filters spam with a whitelist of users' contacts
Filters spam by developing a blacklist of spammers' addresses
Filters spam by top-level domain; users can exclude specific domains, such as .ru, .cn, .biz and more
Filters messages with incorrect encoding and identifiers
Filters phishing e-mails
Filters attachments for common file names
Trusts contacts in user's Address Book
Trusts ISP's spam headers
Learns from the spam users receive
Learns from legitimate e-mails
Does not slow down e-mail programs
Regular updates help fight spam as new types appear
Whether you use your Mac for work, play, or everyday activities at home, it contains a variety of files. You may have music, movies and photos; word-processing documents, spreadsheets and contact information; reports, letters and to-do lists. Most of these files need no special protection, but some of them are confidential: you may have files for your business, personal financial records, private e-mail, instant message transcripts and more. Mac OS X protects your files by requiring a password to access your user account, but hackers, vandals and data-thieves may be able to bypass this protection.
This is even more of a threat if you have a laptop, and use it on the road. If you lose your laptop, it may contain much more than just your vacation pictures and itinerary. Anyone who finds your laptop may be able to not only steal your files, but also your identity.
Identity theft is one of the leading computer security issues today, and the only way to prevent it is to ensure that all your personal and confidential documents are fully protected. FileGuard 10.6 creates virtual safes that provide unbreakable protection for all your sensitive files. You can create as many safes as you want, using them for different types of files: you can create a safe for your e-mail, another for your business documents, another for your financial records, and one for schedules, contacts and calendars. Each safe can have its own password, and when you close a safe, there's no way that anyone can get at its contents. You can set the upper limit of a safe's capacity: it will automatically increase in size to that limit as you add files to it.
FileGuard 10.6's safes are not only secure; they are also portable. You can store safes on file servers or external disks and you can keep them on your home or office Mac with no risk of anyone opening them. You can even send FileGuard 10.6 safes to friends, family or colleagues, and they can access files contained in those safes, as long as they have the password, even if they don't have FileGuard 10.6 software.
FileGuard 10.6's safes are easy to access. Double-click a safe's icon in the Finder, then enter your password to open it. When a safe is open, you simply drag files to its icon to add them to the safe. You can use floating avatars for your safes, unique icons that display above other windows on your screen, so you can drag files to them regardless of which other windows are visible; alternately, you can make your avatars behave like ordinary windows, hidden until you bring them to the front. You can also access your safes easily from the Intego menu that displays in your menu bar: you can open a safe, no matter where it is stored, by simply selecting it from the Intego menu and typing your password. Finally, you can access safes from standard Open and Save dialogs, so you can select files from them to work with, or save files directly to your safes to avoid writing them in unprotected form to your hard disk.
Features of FileGuard 10.6
Stores sensitive files in secure virtual safes
Industry-standard encryption makes safes unbreakable
256-bit encryption available under Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
Users can create as many safes as they need
A different password can be set for each safe
Safes can be created by drag-and-drop, or from the Intego menu
Safes can be converted to folders
Files can be securely deleted when added to folders
Safes increase in capacity as more files are added
Safes can be changed in size, or compressed to save space
Safes can be opened by a simple double-click in the Finder
Protects sensitive files on laptops in case of loss or theft
Protects files on portable media, such as iPods or USB key drives
Safes work like folders - files can be dragged to and from safes
Safe icons indicate their status (open or closed)
Floating windows provide access to safes at all times
Safes can be sent by e-mail, or stored on servers or external disks
Read and write permissions can be set for safes stored on shared volumes
Automatic updates via the Internet
Hackers and virus writers work fast. Really fast. Make sure you're always up-to-date.
Intego NetUpdate is included with Intego software. NetUpdate can be used to check if updates to any of Intego's programs are available. NetUpdate can carry out automatic checks, at the frequency you choose, or it can be used to make manual checks whenever you wish.
It can display scheduled update checks in Apple's iCal, and can work completely in the background if you choose. With just one click, you can check to see if there are new versions of any of the programs, or updated virus definitions or filters. If updates are available, you can download them quickly and easily, and make sure you always have the latest versions to keep your computer safe.
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