Updating in CleanMyMac X
As in the case of SpyBuster, the new Suspicious section will allow you to analyze the list of installed applications on your Apple computer. But if in the first case you need to download a separate application for this, now this function is built into the already familiar CleanMyMac X.
The program considers software developed in Russia or Belarus to be suspicious. The company explains that government agencies in these countries, such as the FSB, can access user data even without a court order.
If any of the programs installed on your Mac computer are developed in Russia or Belarus, CleanMyMac X marks them as suspicious.
To check if such applications are installed on your computer:
- Launch CleanMyMac X.
- Go to the Uninstaller section .
- Find the Suspicious category in the sidebar.
- Browse through the apps in the category and select the ones you want to remove – the app lets you do it right here.
This is what the new section looks like in CleanMyMac X/Photo by MacPaw
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