Mac security is important, but often overlooked. Protect your Mac from common threats like viruses, thieves and snoops.
Check out these Mac Menu Bar Security Apps:
AppLocker password-protects any MacOS application from unauthorized usage without modifying anything in your system settings and/or applications. Just start AppLocker, add a password and select the apps you want to keep private.
Do Not Disturb
Do Not Disturb lives in your menu bar. This small utility works with your iPhone and sends a notification when your macbook is opened.
A menu bar app that locks and unlocks your keyboard and mouse. No more worrying about your cat messing up everything while you’re away.
LuLu is the free, open firewall for Macs that can protect your network connections and detect malicious activity. It blocks any unknown outgoing connections, until approved by the user.
Unlock your Mac with just your fingerprint. MacID is a fast, secure way to unlock your Mac without the inconvenience of typing your password over and over.
Know when someone or something is using your computer’s microphone (or web cam). This menu bar app monitors and reports any microphone and camera activity to help you figure out if someone’s spying on you.
Near Lock lives in your Mac’s menu bar and lets you use your iPhone to lock and unlock your Mac automatically.
OverSight monitors you mac’s mic and webcam. The app lives in your menu bar and alerts you when the internal mic is activated, or whenever a process accesses the webcam.
QuickPassword is a non-obtrusive passwordgenerator that lives in the menu bar. Click on it, generate a password, and the password is automatically pasted to your clipboard.
This menu bar app tells you if someone (behind your back) is staring at your screen. For instance a passenger reading your emails when travelling by train. It plays a sound when more than one face is detected.