Malware isn’t the only threat to your Mac, and yes Macs do get malware. According to the company research on cybercrime, the attacks on Mac systems had increased by more than 78% in 2017.
Malicious websites and vulnerable Wi-Fi networks can also jeopardize your safety. Your macOS might stop some malware variants, but it can’t help you if you’re already infected. The antivirus for Mac not only blocks viruses, spyware, Trojans, and other malware, it also scans your entire Mac for already-hidden threats. Even trusted websites can get hacked, and criminals can easily spoof emails from your friends or bank. VirusKiller can also scan your emails and see if there are any phishing attempts.