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Other website advice I was finding via another computer was not helping. Yes No Can you tell us more? My question is so i deleted the app and restarted my comp and looking to see traces of the logmein rescue app and its all gone. If you have blocked pop-ups in your browser and a site attempts to open one, your browser will let you know and give you a chance to allow pop-ups from the

Thanks for your help.  By joyful on 12/29/14 • Reply THANK YOU, thank you!!! That seems to be a new trick. When I open Safari again everything is okay, but after a few minutes the pop up comes back, how do I get rid of it permanently? It is important to note two things to identify scams like this going forward: 1) Apple will never tell you to contact them via a pop-up. 2) If you are being told to

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in response to Nutshell By AppleClubSupport on 12/14/14 • Reply Hi Nutshell, You said "popups," plural? and I couldn't figure out how to get the pop up off my screen. If so, there is another file you could try removing, and it can be found in ~/Library/Saved Application State/com.apple.Safari.savedState. Right click on the button and select Close.

Using Shift when opening did the trick. This article is mostly for Mac users, but if you are using iOS, skip to here. Looks like adawaremedic removed something called Trovi in the list. How To Close Pop Up That Won't Close Mac Should I still delete files or does it seem like it's done once you've restarted safely?

Much better than ANYTHING... Even buttons labeled "Cancel" or "Close" or a red-X button in the upper-right corner are dangerous to click; doing so could trigger an infection--the opposite of what you'd expect. By dsh301 on 2/03/15 • Reply What would happen if you actually called the number that the pop up tells you to? By Karibo on 1/22/15 • Reply computersystemalert.com   By anonymous on 1/23/15 • Reply A scam alert popped-up stating my computer has been infected with a virus when I visited www.wewather.com .

www.apple.com, and trying to load it. Can't Close A Web Page Without Answering A Dialog Box By Tami on 12/03/14 • Reply Great advice! I'm ready for 'em next time! I watched so many videos and been on many websites and I was about to give up and freaking out about going to Apple [...] BUT THANK YOU.  [Edited by moderator] By As on

  • I even went so far as to sign up for the Genius Bar, not ez to do using just an iPhone.
  • Drag that whole folder to the trash and restart again." I'll go trash the folder and try again.
  • Thank you!
  • When it opens, select Macintosh HD (or whatever your partition is named) from the sidebar.
  • If they didn't work, then note that the Library folder which contains the file you're looking for is hidden by default, that's why you need to type in "~/Library" in Finder's
  • This "hijack" is just a JavaScript pop-up, and is limited to your web browser.
  • He wanted to have remote access I said no he asked why I told him I don't trust you he said if "If you don't trust me we have a problem"

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I think he had been suckered into many clicks and has several of these Safari popup scams befuddling him. http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/chrome/5vDlOEPG5Z0 Either you visited a compromised/hacked website, or a website that displays ads from an ad distribution network that includes the scam website. How To Close Pop Ups That Won't Close Show more unanswered questions Ask a Question 200 characters left Submit Already answered Not a question Bad question Other If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice in this What To Do When A Website Won't Let You Leave Thanks again you're the best!

Thanks again! in response to gb By AppleClubSupport on 2/13/15 • Reply Never heard of them, but if they are responsible for a pop-up like this, they are absolutely NOT legit. When the browser tabs appear, swipe the one that contains the popup ad to the left. This option should be turned on by default, but it may have inadvertently been disabled. To Close The Page Click Add Pop Up

In iOS 7 and earlier, the menu will read "Clear Cookies and Data." Clear History is a separate option, but you should not need to use that unless clearing the data Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLinkedInPinterestRedditLike this:Like Loading... Here is the bad news. Clicking on the "accept", "ok" or even the "no" or "cancel" button could be a security issue. You are now bookmarked and I have actually used pen and paper; yeh, they still exist, and wrote ALL this down.

When I close it out, it opens up with the same search engine that has been plaguing me this week. How To Close Pop Ups Mac ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. EDIT Edit this Article Home » Categories » Computers and Electronics » Internet » Internet Security ArticleEditDiscuss Edit ArticlewikiHow to Close an Internet Pop Up Six Methods:Finding the Close ButtonClosing the

Thanks once again for your excellent advise/help.

Mac & Windows browsers: Click the small X on the tab. 2 Press Ctrl+W (Windows) or Ctrl+W (Mac).[2] This keyboard shortcut should close the tab that’s currently active on your computer. By Taher on 3/05/15 • Reply Got hijacked on my iPhone 6 Safari. After fighting this for several weeks I called them and read them the riot act. How To Close Pop Ups In Google Chrome I'm new to mac and an alert came up on safari..

Similar to the others, pop-up gives warning of suspicious activity, with number to call to get it fixed. It also suggested throwing away and downloading/installing Firefox, so I that, too. By JimmyStone on 3/02/15 • Reply please add pcassists.info to the list. they would be heroes.

Flag as... ScamZapper's corresponding application can also perform the above troubleshooting procedures for you if you are having trouble with them. By Ian on 4/01/15 • Reply Thank you for the help! Apr 20, 2015 7:53 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by ester.enrique001, ester.enrique001 Sep 18, 2015 6:01 PM in response to Linc Davis Level 1 (0 points) Sep

here is what did: as soon as safari opens his "command+w" keys. You were more helpful than apple care!