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What is Backdoor.OSX.Mokes.a? Backdoor.OSX.Mokes.a is the most recently discovered OS X variant of a cross-platform backdoor which is able to operate on all major operating systems. This spyware/malware is able to steal various types of data from your Mac (Screenshots, Audio-/Video-Captures, Office-Documents, Keystrokes). How to remove Backdoor.OSX.Mokes.a? Scan your computer...

How to remove MacKeeper? Scan your computer with Macware Antivirus for Mac. This will remove all traces of MacKeeper and the malicious browser extensions it installs. How to manually remove MacKeeper? Launch the MacKeeper app in the Applications folder and then quit it. (If this is your first time running...

What is OSX.Pirrit? OSX.Pirrit adware shows you ad's in your browser as you browse the web. It can be downloaded from the programs website or bundled with some third-party software installation programs (e.g MacKeeper). How to remove OSX.Pirrit? Scan your computer with Macware Adware Cleaner for Mac. Adware Cleaner will free your computer...

Please read this whole guide before doing anything. Only follow these instructions if you have already scanned your Mac with Macware Spyware Cleaner. The following procedure will help identify whether your system has been modified. Don’t be alarmed by the complexity of these instructions — they’re easy to...

What is MacCaptain? MacCaptain is advertised as a program that displays coupons for sites you are visiting and competitive prices when you are viewing product pages at sites like Amazon. Though this may sound like a useful service, the MacCaptain program can be intrusive and will...

To remove Extensions from Mozilla FireFox: Click the menu button and choose Add-ons. The Add-ons Manager tab will open. - In the Add-ons Manager tab, select the Extensions or Appearance panel. - Select the extension add-on you wish to remove. - Click the Remove button. - Click Restart now if it pops...