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  1. Thanks so much! Nuking Chrome worked. No more Trovi! BTW, when I did many Malwarebytes Scans over the past 2 weeks, I never got a notification that Trovi was found and quarantined. Attached is my scan history as info. 2/11 - Thanks for your continued support!
  2. Thanks so much! Nuking Chrome worked. No more Trovi! BTW, when I did many Malwarebytes Scans over the past 2 weeks, I never got a notification that Trovi was found and quarantined. Attached is my scan history as info.
  3. Thanks, Thomas. I had already set my "start-up" page to Google. See requested screen shot. The setting does drive the start-up page to Google but any subsequent tab/window will go to Trovi. See screen shot. I also deleted all search engines except Google and still get Trovi after start-up.
  4. Thanks for your suggestion. There was nothing in that field. I changed it to www.google.com. Google was the search engine rather than Trovi upon starting Chrome. However, when I opened another tab, Trovi appeared as the search engine.
  5. I can't get rid of Trovi on Chrome on my Mac. I have the latest iOS version. I made sure I had the latest version of Malwarebytes 3.6.21. I updated Protection and scanned with Chrome closed. Scan was clean. I downloaded deleted the Chrome app and then downloaded a new one from Google. I made sure there were no suspicious Extensions on Chrome (Google Docs Offline, Docs, Sheets, Slides). Deleted all Search Engines except Google. I emptied the Trash and restarted my Mac. But still Trovi appears when I open a new tab in Chrome. BTW. My Safari browser seems clean but I need to use Chrome to log into a site that is does not work with Safari. Thanks!
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