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Suspicious Apps will help Mac users to counter attacks from Russia. Mac Paw: It’s a new tool in CleanMyMac X. It will identify, review and remove apps originating also from Belarus
Mac users have a new tool to counter potential cyber threats originating from Russia and Belarus: Suspicious Apps. It’s a new featured introduced in CleanMyMac X. It will be present in the Uninstaller module, and it will identify, review and remove apps originating from the two countries. MacPaw cybersecurity experts objective is to find and uninstall potentially threatening software quickly, especially after the Russian cyberwarfare launched following the invasion of Ukraine. Using it is simple, it’s sufficient to:
- Launch CleanMyMac X;
- Go to Uninstaller;
- Select the Suspicious category in the side menu;
- Review the apps in the category and select those you want to uninstall.