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).
Appearance of Yetill.com ads and pop-ups in Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer indicates adware infection on your PC or Mac. If you see them constantly, while opening habitual websites, that means unwanted browser add-on is installed or doubtful desktop application is running. In most cases, advertisements come from subdomains like 85.yetill.com, 14.yetill.com, 20.yetill.com or other 2-digit prefix. Such pop-ups can lead to dangerous services or offer to download malware. Yetill.com redirections disturb users, and in some cases won’t let them visit desired page.
If you see Inaccused.com ads and pop-ups in Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer on a regular basis, that means your computer is infected with adware. This pop-ups promote malicious downloads and unwanted software, such as streaming programs, media players It can be browser add-on or Windows or Mac application. It was installed secretly in the background, or user missed it when installed some third-party program. Clicking on such ads can lead to unpredictable consequences.
Mac Mechanic is potentially unwanted program for Mac OS, that looks like legitimate application for system optimization and virus removal. It originates from India. After the test on new MacBook Mac Mechanic finds several “high-risk” problems and demands from 19.95 to 49.95 Euros for solving. However, some of the results are false, which puts the program to the category of rogue software. When users try to uninstall Mac Mechanic by moving it to trash it says “application cannot be deleted”.
Mac Auto Fixer (a clone of rogue Mac Defender) is bogus Mac OS optimization and antivirus utility. It claims to find numerous errors, viruses and other issues on clean machines. After deeper research those problems appear to be non-existent or not essential. Mac Auto Fixer asks 118 Euros for a 2 year license to fix these issues. There are and there will be lots of applications similar to Mac Auto Fixer, but with other name and design.