Get rid of “Safari cannot be opened while it is being updated” popup error on Mac
Sometimes it can be difficult to differentiate a trivial glitch from malware activity, because Mac infections are becoming increasingly hybrid and the delineation might be blurred. In the case of an error saying “Safari cannot be opened while it is being updated”, the root cause is most likely a malfunction in the system. However, there are marginal scenarios where it makes sense to check the Mac for malicious code that could be triggering this notification.
How to remove ProdigySearch 1.0 App virus from Mac
Get a rundown on the Prodigy Search Mac virus to know how to avoid the attack and remove ProdigySearch 1.0 unwanted app if it has already installed itself without permission.
How to remove Any Search virus (search.anysearch.net) from Mac (Safari, Chrome, Firefox)
In the online ecosystem where search providers are more than welcome, there shouldn’t be room for major players’ monopoly. Whereas the less prevalent services also belong in this environment, there are numerous rogue ones like search.anysearch.net linked to Any Search Manager malware whose pursuit is restricted to intercepting users’ web traffic and monetizing it beyond authorization.
How to remove Any Search Manager (AnySearchManager) malware from Mac
Ideally, personalization of online experience should be a piece of cake these days. In fact, that’s one of the fundamentals of modern web browsing practices – users can easily define various Internet navigation shortcuts in the blink of an eye. Apps like AnySearchManager, however, demonstrate that tampering with this prerogative is just as simple. It hijacks browser defaults on a Mac computer without permission.
How to remove MetroPremium 1.0 app virus from Mac
With the Metro Premium 1.0 Mac adware wave gearing up for a rise, it’s important to know how the unwanted app affects computers and how to remove it for good.
How to remove Mac Cleanup Pro virus (TechSignalSearch upd.)
There is no such thing as a junk-free Mac, unless you have just bought it and turned it on for the first time. As the computer is being used, the web browsing activity and installed applications leave heaps of cache and temporary files behind that cram up the system with megabytes or even gigabytes of data you don’t need. The Mac Cleanup Pro software claims to find and delete this clutter, but it turns out to be a fake system utility at the end of the day.