Free Security Software For Mac Os X


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Free Mac Security Tools. KnockKnock uncovers persistently installed software in order to generically reveal malware. Though OS X's Gatekeeper attempts provide. This security software costs $89.99 and allows up to 10 different devices. However, you can also avail of the 30-day free trial before purchasing. Used by brands such as Canon, Honda, and Toshiba, Cyber Security Pro is comprehensive security software that will protect your Mac from dangerous attacks and malfunctions. XProtect: Mac Anti-Malware. XProtect is a built-in layer Mac Anti-Malware protection introduced.


LuLu
In today's connected world, it is rare to find an application or piece of malware that doesn't talk to a remote server. LuLu is the free, open firewall for Macs that can protect your network connections and detect malicious activity.
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Do Not Disturb
Physical access (or 'evil maid') attacks are extremely insidious yet highly efficient.
Do Not Disturb detects and alerts you of such attacks!
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KnockKnock
'KnockKnock... Who's There?' See what's persistently installed on your Mac. KnockKnock uncovers persistently installed software in order to generically reveal malware.
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TaskExplorer
TaskExplorer allows one to visually explore all running tasks (processes). Quickly see a task's signature status, loaded dylibs, open files, network connection, and much more.
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ReiKey
Malware and other applications may install persistent keyboard 'event taps' to intercept your keystrokes. ReiKey can scan, detect, and monitor for such taps.
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Netiquette
Netiquette, a network monitor, allows one to explore all network sockets and connections, either via an interactive UI, or from the commandline.
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BlockBlock
BlockBlock provides continual protection by monitoring persistence locations. Any new persistent component will trigger a BlockBlock alert, allowing malicious items be blocked.
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RansomWhere?
By continually monitoring the file-system for the creation of encrypted files by suspicious processes, RansomWhere? aims to protect your personal files, generically stopping ransomware in its tracks.
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OverSight
Mac malware often spies on users by recording audio and video sessions...sometimes in an undetected manner. OverSight monitors a mac's mic and webcam, alerting the user when the internal mic is activated, or whenever a process accesses the webcam.
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Lockdown
Lockdown is an open-source tool for El Capitan that audits and remediates security configuration settings.
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KextViewr
KextViewr displays all loaded kexts, along with their signing status, full path, VirusTotal detection ratios, and more.
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Ostiarius
Ostiarius is tool for El Capitan that blocks unsigned internet binaries from executing. Though OS X's Gatekeeper attempts provide this functionality, it's trivial to bypass.
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Dylib Hijack Scanner
Dylib hijack scanner or DHS, will scan your computer for applications that are either susceptible to dylib hijacking or have been hijacked.
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What's Your Sign
What's Your Sign adds a ^-click menu item to Finder.app. Click it to display the code-signing information about any file.
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Commandline Utilities
Various CLI utilities to facilitate system monitoring and malware analysis.
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Love these free tools? Support them via my patreon page! 🙏


LuLu
In today's connected world, it is rare to find an application or piece of malware that doesn't talk to a remote server. LuLu is the free, open firewall for Macs that can protect your network connections and detect malicious activity.
learn more


Do Not Disturb
Physical access (or 'evil maid') attacks are extremely insidious yet highly efficient.
Do Not Disturb detects and alerts you of such attacks!
learn more

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KnockKnock
'KnockKnock... Who's There?' See what's persistently installed on your Mac. KnockKnock uncovers persistently installed software in order to generically reveal malware.
learn more


Free Security Software For Mac Os X

TaskExplorer
TaskExplorer allows one to visually explore all running tasks (processes). Quickly see a task's signature status, loaded dylibs, open files, network connection, and much more.
learn more


ReiKey
Malware and other applications may install persistent keyboard 'event taps' to intercept your keystrokes. ReiKey can scan, detect, and monitor for such taps.
learn more


Netiquette
Netiquette, a network monitor, allows one to explore all network sockets and connections, either via an interactive UI, or from the commandline.
learn more


BlockBlock
BlockBlock provides continual protection by monitoring persistence locations. Any new persistent component will trigger a BlockBlock alert, allowing malicious items be blocked.
learn more


RansomWhere?
By continually monitoring the file-system for the creation of encrypted files by suspicious processes, RansomWhere? aims to protect your personal files, generically stopping ransomware in its tracks.
learn more


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OverSight
Mac malware often spies on users by recording audio and video sessions...sometimes in an undetected manner. OverSight monitors a mac's mic and webcam, alerting the user when the internal mic is activated, or whenever a process accesses the webcam.
learn more


Lockdown
Lockdown is an open-source tool for El Capitan that audits and remediates security configuration settings.
learn more


KextViewr
KextViewr displays all loaded kexts, along with their signing status, full path, VirusTotal detection ratios, and more.
learn more


Ostiarius
Ostiarius is tool for El Capitan that blocks unsigned internet binaries from executing. Though OS X's Gatekeeper attempts provide this functionality, it's trivial to bypass.
learn more


Dylib Hijack Scanner
Dylib hijack scanner or DHS, will scan your computer for applications that are either susceptible to dylib hijacking or have been hijacked.
learn more


What's Your Sign
What's Your Sign adds a ^-click menu item to Finder.app. Click it to display the code-signing information about any file.
learn more


Commandline Utilities
Various CLI utilities to facilitate system monitoring and malware analysis.
learn more

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