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  1. Hello Thomas, Thanks so much for the reply. Really appreciate the advice, and Happy New Year to you and everyone at Malwarebytes! OK, that is re-assuring to know. Well, it's definitely a lesson learned. Having used the software with my iPhone, is there anything I should definitely do just as a precaution? (change iCloud password etc.?) Thanks, H
  2. Hey alvarnell, Greatly appreciate your response over the weekend. Thanks very much for your help and advice. I noticed there are some articles purporting that other iMobie products are PUAs, such as this one: https://www.pcrisk.com/removal-guides/16396-macclean-unwanted-application In this instance, amongst other ad-ware related threats, it mentions data-tracking capabilities. This is my biggest concern. I am wondering to what extent these programs could potentially bed into the macOS and perform tracking post de-installation? From what I have read, I know that macOS executes so
  3. Hey everyone, Hope you can help me out :-) I am normally extremely careful and cautious about vetting software for legitimacy before I use it. However, this time I appear to have made an error in judgement... A couple of weeks ago I foolishly downloaded and used a third-party mac application called PhoneRescue by a software company called iMobie based in China: https://www.imobie.com/phonerescue TL;DR: It's less-than-legitimate software and I am hoping for some reassurance that I haven't infected my computer with malware or spyware or unwittingly invited a significant security
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