PrivacyScan Shreds Your Mac’s Privacy Threats In A Few Clicks

PrivacyScan Shreds Your Mac’s Privacy Threats In A Few Clicks
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Mac: Browsing the web and viewing documents on your Mac can leave traces that you might not want others to find should they gain access to your machine. PrivacyScan neutralizss those threats with just a few clicks.

When you open the app you have to answer a few questions about what you want PrivacyThreat to destroy. It can delete all kinds traces, including browser data and PDF viewing caches. You can choose if you want it to just remove the information or use a secure delete method to destroy it.

Once you’re set up, you have it scan for your choice of data and then choose what you want it to remove. It’s not a continuous process, but you can run it whenever you wish to clear private information.

PrivacyScan ($1.99) [Mac App Store]