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◆◆◆ Awarded Macworld | iWorld Best of Show by Macworld UK Magazine ◆◆◆
Securely erase those pesky files that violate your privacy by allowing people to see where you were surfing and what you were doing on your computer. Safely and securely destroy Internet files used for tracking your whereabouts such as cache files, browsing history, cookies, flash cookies and temporary files to clean your Mac and save space while stopping snoopers from spying on your system.
Macworld 2013 Award Nominee
Mac Gem -- Macworld GemFest 2012
Editor's Choice Award -- Macworld UK
5/5 -- Macworld UK
5/5 -- Macworld AU
With PrivacyScan, you can rest assured that your tracks remain covered, your private information remains private, and deleted items stay that way. The secure shredding offered within PrivacyScan goes above and beyond United States Department of Defense (DoD) deletion standards by overwriting files with up to 35 passes to ensure complete deletion of sensitive data.
PrivacyScan works with many media, Internet, and popular apps such as web browsers, to scan for potential privacy threats and offer removal options to help protect your privacy and cleanse your system to save disk space.
What's New in Version 1.9.3
• Fixed a bug where Chrome Browsing History wasn’t being fully cleaned in certain situations
• Fixed a bug where Chrome Sync Alert would continue to appear even if sync had already been disabled
• User interface updates and improvements
Tone of confidence
IMO the best privacy protector for Safaria and iCloud.
I was amazed just how much information Safaria retains by syncing with iCloud. When you clean by any other means it will just re-sync against iCloud. Basically, I had no idea about a potential security flaw (just my opinion), until this app informed me in no uncertain terms. It sets the tone of confidence for the app. Keep going guys!
Im sorry guys
This app simply does not clean Chrome. I have contacted you two or three time about it. You issued an update and it worked for maybe a day and even then it was leaving marks in some of my folders which you tried to say was normal. I just ran another scan and my history is still there. Its simply not reliable.