I was looking for a football stream on the safari browser when a message from apple popped up telling me I had a virus, click OK to repair. I clicked OK, (I guess you've all realised my mistake by this point) but by then it had loaded and said something like congratulations (can't remember the rest). I got a screenshot of it (see link, if it works). If that was my old PC I'd run a virus scan, anti-malware bytes etc, but I've no idea what to do on a mac, how do I find out if I've got malware, how do I get rid of it if so etc. I don't have any anti-virus programs at all (didn't think you needed them). The computer seems to still working OK, but I can't imagine that pop-up was benign.
On my old PC, because I was anti-virussed up to the eyeballs, when I was searching for something, in google results it would always say whether it was safe or unsafe, and if I clicked on an unsafe website I'd get a warning.
There's nothing on safari that does that, is there anything I can get, is it recommended?
Thanks for any ideas http://i.imgur.com/bCM1f7i.jpg
Edited by techphobe, 14 April 2016 - 09:42 AM.