Dr. Antivirus: Remove Malware
Developer: Trend Micro, Incorporated
Current Version: 2.1.0
Last Updated: 9 days ago
Download Size: 43.8 MB - Download
Alert! The ransomware Petya attacked windows PCs worldwide. It encrypts data and asks for a ransom. Please upgrade your windows to the latest patch.
Mac is excluded from this massive attack. But this reminds Mac users to raise safety awareness. Please download Dr. Antivirus to defend your computer.
New Added Feature: Adware Cleaner for FREE , which is easy to remove all adwares and restore your web browser back to normal with one click.
Trend Micro, a recognized leader in computer security, provides your Mac with an exclusive antivirus App - Dr. Antivirus.
Dr. Antivirus prevents virus from infecting your Mac. Trend Micro's antivirus and spyware active-monitoring laboratory is the largest of its kind in the world.
We highly recommend that you scan your Mac using Dr. Antivirus on a regular basis to keep your Mac safe from security threats.
Make sure your Mac is safe and secure using Dr. Antivirus' protection features:
1. Real Time Scan
Provides real time protection against threats.
2. Virus Scan
Quickly scan virus to safeguard your Mac
3. Virus Clean(In-App Purchase required)
Clean virus completely for the security of your system and privacy
4. Adware Cleaner
Protect your Mac from adware and browser Hijackers
5. Privacy Cleaner
Customize your transparency. You can even be invisible without leaving any trace in web browser
6. Safe Search
Flags each search result in Google Search Engine to let you know if the site is safe or unsafe
7. Web Threat Protection
Prevents users from visiting phishing websites.
We offer two auto-renewing subscription options:
- Monthly: as low as $1.99
- Yearly: as low as $19.99
Price may vary by location.
Subscriptions will auto-renew unless canceled.
— Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
－ Subscription may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Setting after purchase.
— No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period.
— Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
— Your account will be charged for renewal for the amount of your current subscription within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. All cost for subscriptions are mentioned above.
We value your feedback, it helps us to improve Dr. Antivirus to better serve you! Please send us your comments or suggestions in the App Store or by the feedback page inside Dr. Antivirus.
Contact support: [email protected]
- Improve virus pattern update
- Add premium support
Most Helpful Reviews
Removed what I suspected but couldn’t find - There was some kind of malware that was installing various adware that was affecting Chrome. Oddly enough, the adware advertised the name of the thing that powered it, however I couldn’t seem to find it. After I installed Dr Safety and ran a quick scan, it showed the malware files and allowed me to easily remove them. It didn’t find anything else, but I haven’t noticed any other issues. I’ve given it a perfect score since it did exactly what I hoped it would do.
Are We Sure This App is Not Malware? - My Mac was running slow a few months ago and had some popup ads for security issues and potential threats, etc.I couldn’t control. I purchased the App, which requires several in-app purchases to actually do anything. Then my Mac got worse. I ran this app and its add-ons and it wasn’t locating the problem. I eventually had so many windows popping up and contant fishing scams popping up and fake virus reports and scam support windows that the Mac was unusable. I’m not sure if this app and its add-on apps were inadequate ofr they were the actual problem. I spent a day looking for traces of various malware and delting it. I further suspected this app, because I tried to delete Dr. Cleaner and I couldn’t it because it was opened, but it couldn’t be closed, or even located wih Finder in Applications or Utilities. I did find it it Activity Monitor and turned it off an dfinally deleted it. At this point, I don’t know if any malware has collected my credit card info or passwords, because there was clearly malware of various types while I thought my Macbook Pro was pretected by these Trend Micro apps. This set of apps either is a failure and does not protect the MacBook Pro, or this set of apps is, itself, invasive and predatory. Another possibility is that Trend’s website was in a hacked/redirect state when I purchased my apps from them, so it was never really them. That’s a possibility. In that case, Trend may not be evil, but is it competent?