Remove s3.amazonaws.com virus from Safari, Chrome and Firefox on Mac
The ne’er-do-wells crafting various types of malicious code for Mac OS X came up with a new hoax. Users are being infected with the Amazonaws virus on a large scale lately. This malady redirects web traffic and displays popups with fake warnings and error messages in browsers. The idea is to dupe people into contacting supposed Mac technicians over a toll-free helpline.
Remove Slick Savings ads from Safari, Firefox and Chrome on Mac OS X
When confronted with adware, Mac users experience various web browsing issues and interferences. For instance, these offending apps may force browsers to return sites that victims never intended to visit. The sample called Slick Savings, however, does a different thing – it injects a bevy of intrusive advertisements into web pages accessed via Safari and the Mac editions of Chrome and Firefox.
Remove Taboola ads virus from Safari, Chrome and Firefox on Mac
People don’t generally attach importance to the onset of obviously redundant advertisements during web browsing sessions, because such a state of things tends to be perceived as the norm these days. However, sometimes ads indicate a security problem that radiates from within a specific Mac machine. This guide is intended to help the infected Mac users get rid of Ads by Taboola for good.
Remove KeRanger ransomware - Transmission 2.9 malware from Mac OS X
The Mac OS X environment is now officially exposed to ransomware attacks. This breaking news began circulating on security resources as of March 4. A strain of malware dubbed KeRanger, alias OSX.KeRanger.A, is specifically targeting Mac machines, using a compromised version of a popular BitTorrent Client tailored for this platform. As a result, the victims’ files get encrypted and the extortionists demand a ransom for data recovery.
Remove Search Genius from Safari, Chrome and Firefox on Mac OS X
As the time goes by, it becomes more and more evident that Mac OS X is no longer that much of a moving target for cybercriminals. To its credit, however, this platform still boasts the defenses that keep malware from reaching a level of ubiquity. The main vector of compromise when it comes to Macs is the web browsing environment since it’s currently the least protected piece that’s not entirely controlled by Apple. The makers of infections like Search Genius take advantage of this status quo to the fullest.
Remove mobfree.click redirect virus from iPhone and iPad
Given the strong antimalware defenses built into iOS, the operating system for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch devices, virus makers have been having a tough time coming up with methods to compromise this platform. When something is a hard nut to crack as a whole, however, the black hats tend to focus on individual components that might turn out vulnerable. In the case of iOS, Internet browsing environment is the weak link. The malicious code that redirects infected users of these gadgets to mobfree.click domain proves this quite vividly.