How to remove DefaultProducts 1.0 Mac app virus
Mac adware has evolved considerably over the past few years. These pesky apps dominate the threat landscape quantitatively and keep becoming more sophisticated and harder to deal with. In pursuit of deploying intrusive popup and redirect activities on a Mac computer, the adware called Default Products turns the victim’s browser settings upside down while resisting the commonplace uninstall methods.
How to remove Maftask virus process from Mac
The manifestation of Mac malware activity can vary. It can be reflected in an outright way, that is, through nag screens, popups and browser redirects. There are usually additional symptoms that some users overlook, but once you start digging deeper than the routine usage – the predicament comes to the fore. For instance, the “maftask” process name in your Activity Monitor designates that your system is infected with the Mac Auto Fixer virus.
How to remove "This Update requires an action" popup virus from Mac
When an alert pops up during a web surfing session on Mac, it can be a clue suggesting that something went wrong with the browser. Given that the system is unlikely to display intrusive warnings, such an encounter is probably a sign of adware activity affecting the user’s Internet routine. For instance, in the case of “This Update requires an action” popup in Safari and other browsers, the root cause is a virus called TapuFind or Chill Tab.
Remove WindowGroup virus from Mac
The shelling of macOS based computers with adware is steadily gaining momentum. There are several new noxious apps of this kind that were released at about the same time and share a few unique malicious characteristics. Obviously, this affinity isn’t accidental and the infections have common roots, indicating that at least one cyber-gang is busy taking it up a notch. The pest that will be analyzed in this entry is called WindowGroup.
How to remove ExtraBrowser 1.0 virus from Mac
The black hat industry coining browser malware has seen a tremendous spike this year. Some of these infections entail iterative redirects of one’s web traffic, while others result in bothersome ads being displayed on sites. The new malicious Mac app called Extra Browser combines both of these adverse effects under the same umbrella. As the outbreak of this campaign is underway, keeping abreast with its details is an important prerequisite of tackling the attack.
How to remove Tapsnake; CronDNS; Dubfishicv virus warning on Mac
A group of light-fingered cybercrooks have been running a deceptive campaign where Mac OS X users are misinformed about the presence of the Tapsnake virus on their systems. When surfing the web with their favorite browser, the targeted people suddenly bump into popup alerts that report said infection and recommend an application that will supposedly rectify the problem.