How to remove Malware Crusher (Windows and Mac)

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Malware Crusher is deceptive security application for Windows or MacOS. It sneaks into users computers without asking and performs scan of the system. If user ignores the program signals, Malware Crusher starts generating warnings and alerts, accompanying this with voice comments. Such intrusive and unfriendly marketing methods along with low-quality results of malware detection and protection puts Malware Crusher in the category of potentially unwanted applications (PUA). This badware also puts obstacles when users try to uninstall it.

How to remove Advanced Mac Cleaner

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Advanced Mac Cleaner is rogue Mac optimization program, that provides false scan results in order to make users purchase the program. It shows users alerts and pop-ups messages saying, that their Mac has severe issues and/or viruses. Advanced Mac Cleaner has quality design and looks like many others programs of this type. Although, application, obviously, uses misleading tactics to promote itself and forces users to buy it, most antiviruses cannot detect Advanced Mac Cleaner.

How to remove MacKeeper

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MacKeeper by Kromtech is one of the most wide-spread and controversial optimisation and security applications for Mac OS. Currently it is considered legitimate and practicable program for performing Mac OS maintenance. However, due to questionable methods of distribution and obsessive behaviour when installed on Mac machines, it is determined by some reputable antivirus products as potentially unwanted application (PUA) or rogue program. For example, BitDefender Antivirus for Mac and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac detect and offer to remove MacKeeper on our test MacBook Pro. After installing MacKeeper starts showing alerts, reminders and warnings, claiming, that your Mac is “severely infected”, “has serious performance issues”, or “needs deep cleanup”. Annoying windows force some users to buy this application. The scale of the problems is exaggerated, MacKeeper is acting as “scareware”.

How to remove MacShiny

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MacShiny is fake Mac optimization program, that is promoted via phishing landing pages, claiming it will fix MacOS issues. After infiltration, MacShiny performs PC scan and finds nonexistent or inessential issues on Mac computer, presenting these problems like “critical”. Another trick is waiting for you in subscription payment. It is stated that monthly fee is $1.99, however, it goes up to $49.99 from the second months. There are many complains from our readers, that MacShiny slows down Mac perfomance.

How to remove Mac Clean Pro

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Mac Clean Pro is rogue application for Mac OS, promoted as effective system optimization and cleanup utility. Although, it performs a scan and finds some, probably, unnecessary files – it is impossible to verify whether those files will be removed as it demands $49.95 for removal. If user won’t buy the licence, Mac Clean Pro will bombard the desktop with alerts and messages in the right-bottom corner, saying your Mac needs optimization or heavily infected. Such statements are false, as our team tested application on brand new MacBook Pro and Mac Clean Pro still detects numerous perfomance issues. Either found problems are non-existent or hugely exaggerated, which puts Mac Clean Pro in the category of potentially unwanted apps (PUA or PUP).

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