How to remove Deceptive Website Warning from Safari (Mac)

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If you receive Deceptive Website Warning pop-up, that looks like on the first picture below, in Safari, when visiting well-known, reputable websites, searching in Google, Yahoo or Bing, it means your browser or computer is infected. On this page you will learn how to deal with this problem. If you are sure, that you were able to visit websites, where you now see “Deceptive Website Warning” pop-up, earlier, or you get it on websites like Google.com, Facebook.com, Amazon.com and others, go on reading this article. Here we give detailed tutorial to remove virus, that causes scam messages in Safari in Mac, including “Deceptive Website Warning”.

How to remove MyShopcoupon (Mac)

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MyShopcoupon is potentially unwanted browser add-on, that displays fake system alerts, tech support scam ads and pop-ups in Safari, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox on Mac. It mainly offers MacKeeper for download, to solve nonexistent problems. Advertisements delivered by this adware are usually signed like: Powered by MyShopcoupon, Brought to you by MyShopcoupon, You’ve received a premium offer from MyShopcoupon or just Ads by MyShopcoupon. MyShopcoupon can also display price comparison ads, coupons, discount offers on shopping websites like eBay, Amazon, BestBuy and others.

How to remove Weknow.start.me (Mac)

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Weknow.start.me is unsafe search engine, related to Weknow company, that is notorious for its Weknow.ac hijacker. Hijacker can modify search engine and homepage settings in Safari, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox on Mac. This one is built on another platform (start.me) and redirects user’s queries to find.coinup.org. After some investigation, it turns out, that coinup.org is a platform, that allows search providers earn money on using user’s computer power by mining cryptocurrency. So, after Weknow.start.me installs in browsers, it may use special JavaScripts or install certain browser extensions (like CoinUp add-on) to mine crypto-coins.

How to remove BeeAware (Mac)

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BeeAware is adware or potentially unwanted application for Mac, that displays fake pop-ups and system messages, encouraging users to download malware disguised as necessary updates. Dialog boxes look like system alerts and, sometimes, make users reflexively click on “OK” button. BeeAware often can be seen in Activity Monitor, eating up CPU and memory resources. Developers advertise BeeAware as utility, that “can convert over 30 file formats into PDF”. In exchange it generates ads, pop-ups, banners in browsers and messages, alerts and dialog boxes in MacOS. Follow instructions in this article to remove BeeAware adware and get rid of alerts, pop-ups and ads.

How to remove Mac Speedup Pro

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Mac Speedup Pro is rogue optimisation application for MacOS. It hiddenly installs on computer and performs so-called “scan” of your Mac. In the end, loud female voice vocalizes, that severe issues and viruses were found on your Mac. If users clicks “Repair” button, program shows purchase window. In fact, Mac Speedup Pro “detects” performance and security problems even on brand new Mac computer. From what we can make a conclusion, that it is scareware or fake optimisation app. Actually, Mac Speedup Pro is one of the long range of rogue apps like Mac Cleanup Pro, Mac Clean Pro, Advanced Mac Cleaner and others, that utilize similar design and techniques to extort money from inexperienced users.

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