Adware Offerz4u problem


Im having problems with pop-up adds called Offerz4u. It started when I stupidly installed an application from a movie streaming website. I deleted the application immediately, but the ads are still to come. The ads appear no matter what browser or network using Im. It was about a week ago, however, as of today, I am unable to access several Web sites and get the ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED everytime I try to load Web pages that I could open yesterday. I tried checking suspicious look in my library files and tried to use an anti-malware application but my problem is still there.

Please help, this prevent me from entering my work

Thank you

1. turn off the power to the router. Unplug it from the wall. Wait a while.

Plug it in, back to the wall. Turn on the router. Wait for all lights are light up properly. It will take a while.

Restart the computer.

Boot mode safe.

2. If this does not help, run EtreCheck and post the report here.

Download, open the download folder, click on it to open it and select 'open '.

Select a problem from the menu popup box "Choose a problem", then "Start EtreCheck" in the dialog box.

Click on the button "Report share" in the toolbar, select "Copy to Clipboard" and then paste it when replying.

Have you tried that?

1 disable all Extensions and test them.

Safari > Preferences > Extensions

To uninstall any extension, select it and click the "Uninstall" button

2 safari > Preferences > Search > search engine:

Select your preferred search engine.

3. visit the site of your choice, what would your homepage

Safari > Preferences > general > homepage:

Click the "Set to current Page" button to the title of the home page.

Set your home page.

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