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.
How to remove MacReviver malware
Most features built into macOS are remarkably balanced to fit the broad context of a seamless user experience. However, the system and its components need a cleanup once in a while to stay productive, and this could be easier said than done. To avoid cumbersome manual fine-tunings, many users resort to automatic solutions that supposedly do it in a few clicks. Although the app called MacReviver claims to be like that, it makes empty promises and causes issues instead.
Remove Quick Mac Booster virus from MacOS
Keeping a Mac clean to make sure it runs smooth at all times is the right route to take. Of course, this is a challenging task because it requires constant focus and takes quite a bit of time. Effective automatic optimization tools can make this routine hassle-free, but there are fake ones like Quick Mac Booster that imitate the whole process. This scareware spreads furtively, establishes persistence on a Mac, and spoofs scan results to manipulate victims into purchasing its license.
Researcher unveils a new macOS security flaw
A developer has found a vulnerability that allows an attacker to bypass privacy protections in macOS Mojave and later versions of the operating system. The exploit was discovered by a macOS developer named Jeff Johnson in September 2019 but hadn’t been disclosed to the public until late June 2020. The reason for this gap is that the enthusiast reported his findings to the Apple Security Bounty Program the day it was launched in an attempt to get a reward.
How to fix WindowServer high CPU and memory usage on Mac
Whereas Mac computers generally boast smooth performance and hassle-free interoperability between their software and hardware components, sometimes things slip out of users’ control. This can be the case with WindowServer, a service built into macOS that’s responsible for rendering things on the display. It may suddenly start using up most of the computer’s CPU and RAM resources. Read this article to learn how to go about solving this problem.
Remove EvilQuest Mac ransomware and restore encrypted files
Ransomware is far less common in the macOS environment than threats like adware and scareware, and yet such detrimental cybercriminal campaigns are exploding once in a while. EvilQuest, the latest Mac ransomware spreading through contagious pirated apps, stands out from the rest. In addition to encrypting a victim’s files, it pilfers some of them. What’s worse, the attackers appear to provide no viable way of decrypting the data even if the ransom is paid.