This may be the first question you may have. You may wonder who put it in there; is someone trying to access the Mac because your computer has been hacked? The answer is no, sshd-keygen-wrapper is part of macOS, and it is perfectly normal that you see this. It is an ssh secure shell key generator and is there for privacy protection. It lets you enable or disable remote access. It is used when you are connecting to a Mac remotely via secure shell protocol, ssh.
The next tier up, Norton 360 Standard, puts you in internet-security-suite territory by adding an unlimited VPN, webcam protection, dark-web scans for your personal information and 10GB of online storage. At $85 per year for a single PC though, it might be a bit expensive for some customers. Other brands cover up to 10 PCs for that price.
The McAfee security suite protects your sensitive data and business computers from most types of cyber attacks. Having the software enabled allows it to scan every file for potential threats to your computer and block files that contain malicious code. Sometimes, however, McAfee can also block a legitimate, clean file if it thinks it contains a virus. This is called a false positive. If you want to work with that file, you can disable the McAfee virus protection. McAfee resumes real-time virus protection automatically after a specified period of time. 2b1af7f3a8