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The other big announcement Microsoft made today is the public preview of Microsoft Defender ATP for macOS.
Microsoft might see the Mac as a threat to its Windows platform, but that won't stop it from protecting macOS users. The application will be compatible with macOS Mojave, macOS High Sierra, and macOS Sierra versions of Apple's OS, and a preview will be available for those dual-booting Windows and macOS on the same machine. In the blog post, Microsoft's Eric Avena states that "we recommend quick scans in almost all scenarios". Microsoft has started rolling out a fresh new patch today for Windows 7 that enables these reminders.
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Starting today, Microsoft is bringing Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to the Mac. It will carry out all the usual security software tasks you expect such as scanning a computer, detecting threats, and quarantining or removing risky files.
Defender comes in a limited preview for now, and businesses will get it first.
If you haven't been paying close attention, you could easily miss that Microsoft has quietly become a security vendor. Microsoft hopes it will reach quite a large audience, given the fact that Windows 7 holds some 40 per cent of the entire Windows market share. We're looking forward to finding out how Microsoft Defender for Mac does against third-party Mac antivirus software, and against Apple's built-in XProtect antivirus software. Prior to joining Laptop Mag - where he's the self-described Rare Oreo Expert - he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine.