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  1. Thank you very much indeed, folks. For helpful advise. I wasn’t aware of the complexity of cleaning the mac from malware before. At least not as much as I should! Wishing you a happy holiday season and a peaceful new year Hardyjan (Hamburg, Germany)
  2. Thank you very much indeed, folks. For helpful advise. I wasn’t aware of the complexity of cleaning the mac from malware before. At least not as much as I should! Wishing you a happy holiday season and a peaceful new year Hardyjan (Hamburg, Germany)
  3. Yep, I got the message! But how can I get rid of a Windows PUP that is located on my Mac?
  4. Thank you, alvarnell! I already thougt it might be a windows PUP. But I couldn't imagine how a windows PUP could infect my Mac. And indeed, I installed a bootcamp section which - on the other hand - I didn't use for once a while. For backup I use timemachine and an external drive. Is there no way to get rid of that nasty bug? I don't want to infect my friends using Windows. By the way, greetings to California
  5. Hi there, after downloading Malwarebytes I started the first scan that detected a couple of bugs. To my surprise it didn’t include the one I expected. The virus-scanner I used before (AVG) detected a ile which I unfortunately couldn’t put into quarantine or get rid of it by deleting it. So it should still remain on my Mac. But it wasn’t detected by the Malwerarebytes-scan. Is my Mac safe? What is required to do?
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