Trend Micro Smart Surfing for Mac Compatible with Lion
Article by George Norman
On 04 Aug 2011
Trend Micro, company that specializes in providing network antivirus and internet content security software, announced that its Trend Micro Smart Surfing for Mac product, the best-selling security product for Mac in the US according to the NPD Group's Retail Tracking Service, is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, the eight major version of the Apple-developed operating system.

This means that users who upgrade their Mac OS X operating system to Lion, can enjoy the full functionality Trend Micro Smart Surfing for Mac has to offer. If you are not familiar with what the security product can do, here’s the lowdown:

Surfing protection

Trend Micro Smart Surfing for Mac protects against a variety of nasties you can encounter while surfing the web. It can prevent malicious website from installing dangerous software on your machine, it can protect against phishing scams, and it can block email links that lead to dangerous websites.

Malware protection

Every malicious type of software you can think of, Trend Micro Smart Surfing for Mac can keep it at bay. It provides protection against viruses, worms, Trojans, spyware, and other security threats. It automatically updates itself so that it can always be aware of and protect against the newest of threats.


Parental controls
By using Trend Micro Smart Surfing for Mac you can ensure that your children stay safe when using your Mac. You can restrict internet access by content categories, you can block access to certain websites, and you can control access to chat and IM sites.

To make sure that Lion users stay safe and secure, Trend Micro is offering a 50% discount for Trend Micro Smart Surfing for Mac. Until the 19th of August, the security product can be purchased for half the price by users in the US. Additional information on Trend Micro Smart Surfing for Mac is available here.

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion was released to the public on the 20th of July. The operating system is available for purchase in the Mac App Store for $29.99. In the first day after the release, Lion was downloaded by more than 1 million customers.

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