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Mac Downloaded Rar Expander from download cnet Now crhome acting strange


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#1 jorelcuomo

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Posted 02 April 2014 - 05:01 PM

Downloaded Rar Expander from download cnet Now crome, firefox acting strange 

 

Search something on a website on Firefox, not even finished typeing and it directs you to yahoo.

I also had Google set as my search choice on Chrome and now it searches yahoo.

Open a new tab and this comes up

 

chrome-extension://icdlfehblmklkikfigmjhbmmpmkmpooj/newtab.html

 

Use a MAC

 

Doing a search with virus search tool ClamXav only 5% finished searching

 

osx.Trojan.Yontoo-6 is infecting Custom Installer 2.app and Custom Installer .app mac_atdhe.zip

 

I havent signed into anything since this happened.



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#2 Noviciate

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Posted 04 April 2014 - 02:20 PM

Good evening. :)

Cnet has been guilty in the past of creating custom installers that come with bundled software as well as the original program that you were expecting. You may be able to uncheck the appropriate box if you use the custom install method but by default you may not have a choice.

It's a little late to say "don't use Cnet", but don't use Cnet - sorry!

 

Please go here, follow the instructions as best you can skipping those that you cannot run for any reason, and then start a new thread and post accordingly.
Please include a brief description of your problem in the new thread, just to keep everything in one place, and somebody will be along as soon as they can to help.

To keep things tidy i'll lock this thread.


So long, and thanks for all the fish.

 

 





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