Remove Search Marquis virus from Mac
The “nobleman” theme continues to be the trend in the cybercrime ecosystem that exploits Mac computers via a massive web traffic redistribution scheme. The Search Baron browser hijacker, which splashed onto the scene in July 2019, has been superseded by Search Marquis culprit. Both act in a similar fashion, forwarding the victims to Bing in the long run. Here’s a full security report on this new infection.
Remove SafeFinder virus from Mac in Safari, Chrome, Firefox [June 2020 upd]
Macs are just as prone to adware attacks as Windows PCs are. Although these aren’t high-profile compromise incidents, they cause a great deal of trouble to users by badly affecting the web surfing facet of computing. The multi-platform and cross-browser potentially unwanted application called Safe Finder triggers a noxious redirect activity, where victims keep hitting search.safefinder.com or search.macsafefinder.com without intending to at all. Read this article to learn what goals this hijacker pursues and how to get rid of it on macOS.
Remove LinkBranch (Link Branch 1.0) virus from Mac
Mac owners are generally on the safe side when it comes to avoiding severe threats such as ransomware, but Apple computers are being heavily targeted by adware. These apps are trivial in terms of the damage being caused, but the nuisance facet of their impact is tremendous. LinkBranch is an example of relatively low-risk malware that diminishes its victims’ online experience by showing ads and rerouting the browser to unwanted sites.
How to uninstall Global Protect VPN from Mac
Whereas using a VPN used to be an exotic prerogative of privacy addicts, it has turned into a normal habit that keeps all things Internet secured from undesirable tampering. It comes as no surprise that the Global Protect VPN app for Mac is gaining traction, especially in business circles. However, this tool is known to have been exposed to several exploitation scenarios in the not-so-distant past, so some users may want to get rid of it.
Remove “Your computer is low on memory” popup virus on Mac
Some Mac applications tend to become more resource-intensive as they evolve. This is a normal upshot of advanced features being brought to users’ fingertips, but it might also be a source of performance issues on older machines that lack RAM and CPU power to cope with growingly complex tasks thrown at them. Whilst a popup alert saying “Your computer is low on memory” seems to be a symptom of such a predicament, it could as well mean that the Mac is infected with a virus.
How to remove SearchBaron.com virus from Mac
Any web browser is intended to be an ultimately user-friendly tool where the whole customization and features are at one’s fingertips. Ideally, things are just as smooth as that and don’t deviate from the norm unless a piece of malware interferes with a victim’s web experience. Such a disruption occurs when the Search Baron virus infects a Mac and iteratively redirects the browser to bing.com without asking for the admin’s consent.