Remove Bing redirect Mac virus from Safari, Firefox, Chrome [Nov 2019 upd]
There are numerous facets and shades of Mac adware. Some of these junk apps fully live up to their categorization, displaying ads on most web pages the victim visits. Others use a different tactic that involves an unauthorized overhaul of one’s browser settings to reroute the traffic. The Bing redirect virus targeting Mac, as the name suggests, falls under the latter cluster.
How to remove Agile Help virus app from Mac
Preview: Malicious actors have recently unleashed a massive adware campaign targeting Mac computers. New lookalike infections from the same lineage are being spewed out once in a few days on average. They all share identical design of the app icon and affect the systems in an equally intrusive way.AgileHelp is the latest specimen hailing from this family. It spills ads all over visited sites and redirects the victim’s browser to unwanted pages.
How to remove Smart Mac Care "virus"
When it comes to software, there can be quite a gap between providing features and pretending to. In order peddle paid subscriptions, some Mac apps deliberately overstate the seriousness of detected issues and thereby frighten the users into making a hasty decision. Smart Mac Care is one of such rogue system utilities. It often install itself without one’s knowledge and reports a ton of security and performance problems that aren’t there for real.
Remove fuq.com virus on Mac/iPhone and stop FuQ redirects in Safari/Chrome/Firefox
Adware and browser hijacking is not uncommon on Mac OS X, although Windows fares much worse in regards to the exposure of users to these threats. One way or another, there are online infections with cross-platform functionality that affect both of these major operating systems. One of these pests is fuq.com. It is an adult site, and it may seem that visiting it or not is up to the user. However, some people are automatically redirected to this page off and on, which is an outcome of a compromise on a Mac machine.
Remove "ZEUS Virus Detected" Mac warning from Safari, Chrome and Firefox
Online tech support scams are on the rise for a reason. They are so prolific and effective because their essence is twofold. One facet involves a piece of malware that hijacks a browser, and the other revolves around exploiting human credulity and desire to keep a computer safe. The large-scale Zeus virus scam wave is quickly gaining momentum as an instrument to defraud Mac users of their money.
How to remove Mac Speedup Pro virus
Manipulation, deceit, and obtrusiveness – all of these might sound like human-only vices, but they are also inherent to some inhabitants of the Mac malware landscape. If you ask a cybersecurity expert which type of malicious code has these characteristics, scareware is going to be the answer. Mac Speedup Pro is one of the “classic” rogue apps plaguing Mac computers on a sizeable scale since early 2019 and driving users nuts.