“Your computer is low on memory” Mac pop-up removal

Some Mac threats mimic real system alerts to dupe victims into making blunders, as is the case with the surge of “Your computer is low on memory” warnings.

Fake ‘Your computer is low on memory’ pop-up on Mac

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to predict the average Mac user’s response to encountering a pop-up alert that says, “Your computer is low on memory”. The most likely feeling is anxiety, coupled with an impulse to sort things out immediately. The notification kind of hints at the first step by providing the following recommendation: “To free up some memory, please close a few applications”. No matter what the reaction is, the notification will just hang there until the user clicks the “Close” button. This is exactly what the operators of several Mac malware families anticipate, as it instantly triggers an action that doesn’t match the victim’s true intentions.

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Remove Yahoo Search from Safari browser

Very few malware campaigns measure up against the Yahoo Search redirect plot that haunts Macs on a big scale and makes a mess of Safari settings.

Landing page’s URL contains some sketchy clues

The Mac territory is a far cry from being the famous walled garden that it used to be. It has loopholes that make various forms of exploitation possible, including surreptitious malware infiltration through application bundling schemes. This tactic is most heavily parasitized by adware and adjacent strains such as browser hijackers and popup viruses. A prime example of the former category is the Yahoo Search redirect, a threat that quietly installs itself on a Mac and operates with a focus on tweaking the victim’s Safari customizations. The default settings in Chrome, Mozilla, and other popular browsers typically undergo adverse changes as well.

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Remove SearchBaron virus from Safari/Chrome/Firefox on Mac

Here is all you need to know about SearchBaron, a browser hijacker that has infected numerous Macs over the past two years and is still going strong in 2021.

SearchBaron.com browser redirect

The landscape of harmful programs zeroing in on Mac computers is home to a diverse range of strains. But, it is dominated by adware. These little digital villains aren’t insanely harmful or anything like that, but they are extraordinarily irritating to deal with and difficult to remove. The sample referred to as SearchBaron has earned a spot in this shadowy ecosystem, and for good reason. It surfaced in the summer of 2019 as what seemed to be just one of many viruses forming the massive Bing redirect campaign, but the volume of traffic it was generating at its dawn made it stand out from the crowd. Things got worse last year when SearchBaron burst out with innumerable infections.

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Windows 95 running on iPad!

Remember the good ol’ days when we were rocking Windows 95? No, me neither… doh!
Anyway if you want to give it a try while waiting for Windows 7 on iPad, check out this video:

Source: Wired

iOS 4.2 for iPad – Beta Tester Program

iOS 4.2 is the unifying release that finally brings the iPad and iPhone in feature sync! Besides multi-tasking and folder organization, iOS 4.2 also brings some brand new features including:

Printing: Print mail, photos, web pages, and more directly to a printer on a wireless network
AirPlay: Wirelessly stream videos, music, and photos

Unfortunately, Apple is planning to release iOS 4.2 somewhere in November… That’s a very long wait! That’s why we decided to launch the iOS 4.2 for iPad Beta Tester Program!

Frash beta : Flash for iPad!

The new tool developed by the Dev Team has just been made available for download through Cydia.
Frash can read sites containing Flash animations directly from the iPad’s Safari browser.

The hacker named Comex has explained that the results of its application were already promising on iPad and is working fervently to get the best results possible on iPhone (iPhone 3G or higher).

To install Frash for iPad, use the following source in Cydia: http://repo.insanelyiph0ne.com/