Adware Doctor prevents malware and malicious files from infecting your Mac. It will be helpful if:
• The system is slow and hangs.
• The web browser is hijacked and get redirected constantly.
• Popups are opening all the time with advertisement and scams.
Discover and remove threats on your Mac.
• Remove Adware
Protect your Mac from adware as well as malware that hijacks your browser and get rid of annoying pop-up ads.
All extensions, cookies, and caches will be removed.
Bookmarks and navigation history will be preserved.
• Daily updates of the malware signatures database
• 24/7 Support Services
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Ratings and Reviews
All of a sudden ads were popping up all over the place. Some of them said they were my ISP and to call a certain number. Then a web page opened up looking like it was an Apple page, wanting me to do a chat. Then more websites opened up on their own. Obviously, something was very wrong. Two things had happened prior to the problem; I updated Flash, and a piece of software downloaded itself.
I immediately went to the App Store and typed in Malware. A number of ad blockers came up and I chose Adware Doctor because it had 5 stars. It detected some things I had to remove manually and when I clicked on each one, it took me to where it was located on the disk. I put each one in the Trash, and upon doing so, my AppDelete software automatically opened, found all the components and deleted them. The Adware Doctor directios were very clear what to do each step of the way, and upon manual deletion of some of the offending software, I restarted my iMac as directed, checked each of the browsers that were affected (Safari, Chrome and Firefox) and found them all the be working as they should. Then I restarted AdWare Doctor, who wanted to know if everything was now working. If it wasn’t they promised more help.
The process was fast, easy and successful. I highly recommend this software based on my experience.
Advanced Mac Cleaner, be gone!!!!!
After trying a dozen ways over the last several months to get rid of the pop-ups from malware Advanced MacCleaner, following directions on Apple’s discussion forums and other sites’ advice, I think this program has done the trick. I’ll come back and write more if that isn’t the case, but this program managed to find two copies of Advanced MacCleaner squirreled away somewhere in my laptop’s Library. I fell for the scam when Advanced MacCleaner appeared on my screen and said I had hundreds of errors on my laptop that it would clean for free. Not. I didn’t send in any money, and I did NOT follow their supposed protocol for removing the pop-ups. The latter was a little scary––at the bottom of their webpage, which took a bit of effort to find, is a link that says something about unsubscribing or uninstalling the program. Clicking on it leads to their address in India and an overseas phone number. They suggest clicking their link to unsubscribe and kindly let you know that the uninstallation progress will ask me for the password to my laptop and that this is normal. I didn’t click. Finally went to the Apple Store and bought this little app. Hope it works, but as I say: right now it seems to have cleaned up everything. Thanks for this product!
Truly did the job and with very little effort
I was tricked when I tried to update Adobe Flashplayer. It quickly became obvious that I had been tricked by MacKeeper. MacKeeper apparently had rigged a tricky method that tricks a lot of people, and then inserts a virus on to their Macs, In order to remove the virus and clean up the mess, MacKeeper wants the victim to download Mackeeper, which caused the problem in the first place. It was hell for the next several days. Popups everywhere, so bad that I could not read the material on the Internet, nor could I place an order from iHerbs, nor could I remove the popups. Once this nonsense would begin I would be forced to shutdown the website and begin all over. And over and over again I would be taken from what I was working on to another page urging me to buy anti-malware software to remove the problems it created. Whom can you trust these days? The wisest approach was to use only Apple-approved software. I choose to use Adware Doctor, which was on sale was approved by and sold by Apple. It worked fast. It appears that Mackeeper makes plenty of money for anti-malware software companies. I wonder if there is a connection between Mackeeper and these problem solving companies.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.