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Flash redirect trojan on my mac book pro


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I know its there as it popped up like lightening downloaded then the search engine started acting appaulingly, for instance redirecting me away from cag, cheek of it eh :) So for hours I have researched it and exhausted my self on sons laptop, changing passwords to essentials etc as I have been on site giving my bank card today and though, oh hell. You see it was odd as it woudl not let me on cag and refered back to google yet let me on the mail, ebay etc......

 

Any way exhausted so off to bed and not daring to turn the mac back on till sorted. Will call my bank tommorow to change online codes etc...... hecky thump.

 

So much for mac dont get bugs..............and it got through virus software kapersky, so I can understand why it took a while to realise it was not cag down for maintenance but a weasei had snuck in. Any help in what to click on lappy wise on mac and what to do to remove it in simpleton terms will be appreciated, xx :)

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I have no clue on issues on a Mac, however DON'T PAY ANY WEBSITE for removing this.

 

What website did it take you to?

If in doubt, contact a qualified insured legal professional (or my wife... she knows EVERYTHING)

 

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Download and install this:-

 

http://www.techspot.com/downloads/4716-malwarebytes-anti-malware.html

 

for free.

 

Run the program and do a quick scan. Let it scan your system.

 

If it finds anything, it will give you the option to remove the bug(s).

 

 

If all else fails, kick them where it hurts and SOD'EM;)

 

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Thanks will do later.

On daughters windows comp at the mo, will update how I get on when back on mac :)

 

It was weird as the trojan kept putting me back to google, the comp screen would as if hiccup, now I realise pop up and happily refer me to sites I wanted as in ebay, paypal and bank. So changed passwords ane made new email on another comp to hope my mac does not pass it on and I can sort it.

 

On both sons and daughters comps the same flash update was trying to get accepted, I feel it was down to all three computers been used by son and you tube to show funny video, I could be wrong but thought as a non techy it might have been picked up by what son viewed or another similar action he did on all three.

 

Will see how we go :)

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I realise now how slow the mac was working, it was freezing, crashin on occasions and nearly ended up out the window on one occasion. Put new security on daughters lappy and it has a utilities disc as well and her computer after various updates and software is flying !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Funny enough this is a cheepy comp and daugther hates it as it on occasions has screamed, as in the speakers are naff and it prior crashed and they coudl not stop the speakers screaming, she became nervous of it, so think as it is not used for a while till understand how to fix a mac and sort it, will pinch hers, haha :)

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There is a common type of malware that "redirects" your activities. I don't know if it effects Macs, as most viruses etc.. aim for the larger market (IE Windows). How this works is it takes you to different sites than you type in known as a "Hijack" and takes you to a fake google, where if you search it takes you to their "antivirus" that they try to charge you for.

 

On windows you use "Malwarebytes" but on a Mac I have no clue, sorry.

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Also had this problem on a mac and had tried every suggestion on the web - 3 different scan programs found nothing. I thought I'd removed the 'odd' download because I'd emptied the download folder .... then I emptied the trash!

 

So, solution appears to be 1. empty download folder 2. empty trash

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