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Website You Visited Infected Your Mac With A Virus POP-UP Scam (Mac)

What is Website You Visited Infected Your Mac With A Virus?

"Website You Visited Infected Your Mac With A Virus" is a fake error message similar to Apologies For Interruption!, Phishing/Spyware Were Found On Your Mac, and many others.

This message is displayed by malicious websites that users often visit inadvertently - they are redirected by intrusive advertisements (delivered by other rogue sites) or potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). Be aware that many PUPs infiltrate systems without users’ permission and, as well as causing redirects, deliver advertisements and record sensitive information.

   
Inaccused.com POP-UP Redirect

What is inaccused.com?

Identical to cgkreality.com, pushtrust.com, and pushglobe.com, inaccused.com is a rogue website designed to redirect its visitors to other untrustworthy and potentially malicious sites. In most cases, users visit inaccused.com inadvertently - potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) cause redirects to the site.

PUPs are typically installed without permission and/or without users' knowledge. They cause unwanted redirects, record user-system information, deploy intrusive ads, and misuse computer resources.

   
Tbrcv.pro POP-UP Redirect

What is tbrcv.pro?

tbrcv.pro is a rogue website (virtually identical to pusshnetwork.com, valusc.com, objectdexchange.com, and many others) that redirects users to various other untrustworthy sites.

Typically, users visit this website unintentionally - they are redirected to it by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) installed on the system. Most PUPs are installed inadvertently, deliver intrusive ads, gather data, and misuse system resources.

   
Poptraff.com POP-UP Redirect

What is poptraff.com?

Virtually identical to cgkreality.com, pushtrust.com, pushglobe.com and many others, poptraff.com is a rogue website designed to cause redirects to other untrustworthy/potentially malicious sites. Visitors often arrive at websites of this type unintentionally - they are redirected by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs).

Generally, these are installed inadvertently and deliver intrusive advertisements, collect information, and affect computer performance.

   
Alopoy.com POP-UP Redirect

What is alopoy.com?

alopoy.com is one of many rogue websites (virtually identical to click-now-extra-special.online, cgkreality.com, pushtrust.com, etc.) that redirects visitors to other untrustworthy and/or potentially malicious sites.

Most users visit alopoy.com inadvertently - they are redirected to it by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that are installed without users' consent, cause unwanted redirects, gather user information, deliver intrusive ads, and misuse system resources.

   
Smartest.click POP-UP Redirect

What is smartest.click?

smartest.click is a rogue website designed to force users to visit various other untrustworthy sites. There are many websites such as this available.

Some examples are pusshnetwork.com, valusc.com, and objectdexchange.com Generally, users visit smartest.click inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that are installed inadvertently. In addition to unwanted redirects, PUPs affect computer performance, deliver intrusive advertisements, and record user-system information.

   
Microsoft Rights Management Email Virus

What is Microsoft Rights Management Email Virus?

"Microsoft Rights Management Email Virus" is another spam email campaign similar to Expired Invoices Email Virus, FedEx Tracking Email Virus, and many others.

Cyber criminals use this campaign to proliferate a high-risk trojan called TrickBot. As usual, developers send thousands of deceptive email messages encouraging users to open attached Microsoft Office files that stealthily download and install TrickBot into their systems.

   
Offer Email Virus

What is Offer Email Virus?

Similar to Expired Invoices Email Virus, Xerox Printer Email Virus, and many others, "Offer Email Virus" a spam email campaign that distributes the LokiBot trojan.

As usual, cyber criminals send thousands of emails asking users to provide "best prices for spare parts". Users must then insert their offers into attached Microsoft Excel documents and send them back. This is a scam. The opened documents infect systems with the LokiBot trojan.

   
Pusshnetwork.com POP-UP Redirect

What is pusshnetwork.com?

pusshnetwork.com is a rogue website virtually identical to many others of this type including objectdexchange.com, valusc.com, click-now-extra-special.online, etc.

This website redirects visitors to other untrustworthy sites. Research shows that most users visit pusshnetwork.com inadvertently - they are redirected to it by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). As well as redirects, PUPs deliver intrusive ads, misuse computer resources, and gather data.

   
Zooms.searchalgo.com Redirect

What is zooms.searchalgo.com?

The zooms.searchalgo.com browser hijacker is distributed using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling'. This method allows developers to install their bogus applications together with regular software, and therefore, users often inadvertently install this browser hijacker together with free software downloaded from freeware download websites.

Once installed, it modifies the Internet browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) default search engine, new tab URL, and homepage settings by assigning them to zooms.searchalgo.com.

Furthermore, this browser hijacker installs several small applications called 'helper objects' (at time of research, SettingsGuard) that prevent users from reverting these changes.

   

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