macOS vulnerability management for individuals
Mana's fresh approach replaces "oh sh*t" security with just-in-time patches for vulnerable apps.
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brew install --cask mana-security
Spots 40k+ vulns for top 200+ apps
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Stay ahead of cybercriminals

Most hacks start from a missing security update. It is much harder to compromise those who install updates quickly. This is what Mana here for — it warns users about new vulnerabilities published and updates released for installed applications.

Our systems continuously scan the internet for new vulnerabilities published in security databases (e.g., CVE List), analysts' reports, and developers' websites. When Mana spots a new vulnerability, it notifies all users in about 10 minutes. That allows them to patch vulnerabilities faster than ever, and this way keep their Macs secure.


Stay ahead of cybercriminals

Most hacks start from a missing security update. It is much harder to compromise those who install updates quickly. This is what Mana here for — it warns users about new vulnerabilities published and updates released for installed applications.

Our systems continuously scan the internet for new vulnerabilities published in security databases (e.g., CVE List), analysts' reports, and developers' websites. When Mana spots a new vulnerability, it notifies all users in about 10 minutes. That allows them to patch vulnerabilities faster than ever, and this way keep their Macs secure.

Mana supports the apps you need

Mana Security spots new vulnerabilities published for more than 200 macOS apps, including web-browsers, office apps, designer, developer and cybersecurity tools. If you store some cryptocurrencies (as we are) — we have you backed by watching for vulns in popular wallets, full nodes, and mining apps.
We are super serious about customers' security

News headlines we see way too often: "A company being hacked, its customers' data is now on the dark web for sell". Our customers can sleep well — we do not store or process any of their personal data. Mana doesn't know full names, phone numbers, credit cards, IP addresses, list of vulnerable apps; anything but email — that's an optional thing that is used to send activation codes back to our PRO users.


We are super serious about customers' security

News headlines we see way too often: "A company being hacked, its customers' data is now on the dark web for sell". Our customers can sleep well — we do not store or process any of their personal data. Mana doesn't know full names, phone numbers, credit cards, IP addresses, list of vulnerable apps; anything but email — that's an optional thing that is used to send activation codes back to our PRO users.
Are you serious about your cyber security?