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mac-keeper: MacKeeper – Mac Call for Security, Protection and Care
2014-07-06 4:24am -07:00T Visit mac-keeper


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MacKeeper is known as “911”, and why shouldn’t it be? After all, it’s the best alias for it, because when we are in trouble we call 911… but when our Mac is in trouble, we call MacKeeper… security, protection and care right at our service.
MacKeeper owns duplicate finder, undelete, anti virus, backup, uninstaller and personal support all in one pack. If you don’t want to hook on to installing each one of many utilities separately, probably, you will take just a split second to be convinced that MacKeeper is supreme commander of them all.
Let’s call 911 aka MacKeeper to see what response we get:
Mac Security
Technology is becoming more and more sophisticated and handy, so do the approaches of infecting it. Malwares, viruses, trojans, scams… the list goes on and on. And a time comes when we all fell prey to one or more of these notorious security threats. So, in order to remain in the safe zone, one should have some kind of security or protection. In that case, MacKeeper has it all.

MacKeeper anti virus provides security for your Mac to constraint online security...

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