SecureMac today announced the release of MacScan 2.4, the latest update of the company’s anti-spyware package for Macintosh computers. The Macintosh community wanted more time to try MacScan before buying, says SecureMac. In response, they have extended the trial period to a full thirty days. Also, in the spirit of Macintosh ease-of-use, Internet file cleaning selections are now saved, and can be easily re-used on future scans. This version also fixes a number of issues discovered in previous versions, with updates to the removal of Firefox tracking cookies, as well as enhancements to the way MacScan removes tracking cookies from all browsers. Upgrades from previous versions of MacScan 2 are free, and new licenses are priced at US$24.95.