Remove (Mac Guide)

Remove (Mac Guide)

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This article aims to help you with the removal of redirect from affected browser and system.

The strange domain has been reported by users to affect their Mac devices. It is designed to invade popular web browsers like Safari, Chrome, and Mozilla in an attempt to fool victims into engaging with fraudulent services. If your Mac has been affected by this bogus website, we recommend you to read thoroughly our removal guide and get rid of all harmful files installed on your Mac.

Threat Summary
TypeBrowser redirect
Short DescriptionInvades browsing sessions to display deceptive offers. Could be misused by hackers for the delivery of malware.
SymptomsBrowser slowdowns occur due to increased number of online ads.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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Various shady techniques may be spreading across the web. Among these techniques could be the so-called software bundling, the release of apps with corrupted installers, the generation of fake software updates notifications and browser redirects to infected web pages. All mentioned approaches may be designed to trick you into installing some bogus programs unintentionally.

More often than not, the reason to see redirects to is the presence of a potentially undesired program running on your Mac. The latter may have landed on your device along with any desired free program with a corrupted installer.

Owners of potentially undesired programs, PUPs for short, often compromise free applications’ installers in order to deliver their programs with their help. As a result of installing such a free app, you allow the installation of added extras unintentionally. Since compromised freeware installers and bundled packages rarely disclose properly the presence of additional components you can easily get tricked into giving them the permission to run on your device. Sometimes this can be avoided after a thorough read of all details mentioned in the Advanced or Custom configuration option or the End-user license agreement (EULA) presented by the installer. – More Information is a deceptive website that loads in your preferred web browser without your permission. As you could see in the picture below it is flagged as a deceptive website by Firefox:


This means that it could be misused by cyber criminals for the delivery of malicious code directly on your device.

And since it could be generated by an undesired program such as adware, you may also notice lots of other online advertisements in the affected browser. The presence of all these ads in the affected browser could make it sluggish or sometimes even unresponsive. Furthermore, some of them may be set to land on infected web pages that deliver malware directly on the device they’re loaded.

Additionally, the undesired program associated with may be collecting various details of yours with the help of tracking technologies like cookies, web beacons, javascrips, and other.

How to Get Rid of Redirect on Mac

In order to remove along with all associated files that enable its appearance in the browser, you should complete several removal steps. In the guide below you will find all removal steps in their precise order. You could choose between manual and automatic removal approach. In order to fully get rid of this particular undesired program and strengthen the security of your device we recommend you to combine the steps. Have in mind that installed files associated with this redirect may be detected with names different than

In case you have further questions or need additional help, don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact us via email.

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana has completed a bachelor degree in Marketing from the University of National and World Economy. She has been with the STF team for three years, researching malware and reporting on the latest infections.

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