“Your Mac Is Infected With Popup Adware Virus” is fake security alert. The real agenda of this unwanted program is to promote their fake Apple Support in order to collect money from its victims.
Search.cuttinsledge.com is an online threat specifically affects Macintosh computers. Exposure to malicious software, adware, and even to virus is hard to prevent while this dubious domain exist on the system.
Search.flagbeg.com is a browser invader that deliberately hit Mac OS X systems. This malware was made compatible with known browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
CompariShop is a potentially unwanted program designed to strike Mac OS X systems. This malware is presented as functional application that will help Mac users to get the best products at best prices as they shop online.
Search.ishimotto.com is a browser redirect adware designed specifically to attack Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. It has full capability to invade and reconfigure your default search settings.
Bagonrock is a potentially unwanted program designed to hit Mac OS X systems. To provide a better way and a hassle-free when installing application is the promising feature offer by this malware.
Apple-macservices.com is a fake Apple support center. Its prime objective is to generate revenue by promoting products and services to Mac and Apple users.
Search.anysearchmac.com is distrustful web address which aim is to hijack Mac OS X systems. It strike and modify settings of affected browsers such as Safari, Chrome, and Firefox.
Search.safefinderchoose.com is a browser intruder designed for Mac OS X systems. Despite of not being a virus, Mac users must be aware of its potentials and risks while running on Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Search.anysearchplus.com is a potential threat for Macintosh computers. This malware exhibits plenty of suspicious activities like gaining access on the system, and changing its default search settings aggressively.