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    Do you have popups disabled? Settings > Safari > block Popups or is that what you mean when you say disable Java?

    It's a real problem without an effective solution. Java has value.

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    Then exit and restart Safari.

    See if the error message still appears.

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  • No downloads, no support, no. MyVmware - ideas?

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    After downloading the update for Yosemite 10.10.5, I got an annoying popup with a beep sound blaring that says that Safari crashed. I've forced to leave Safari, rebooted and popup returned once more. Restarted again and popup went. What was it?

    Open Safari while holding the SHIFT key

    Try to reset the settings of Safari:

    1. open Safari

    2. click on the Safari menu at the top (to the right of the Apple logo)

    3. Select the Preferences/Privacy tab

    4. click on remove all data from the Web site

    5. close Safari.

    Remove cache Safari files:

    1. click on finder

    2. look for the menu GO to top

    3. click on GO and hold down the option key. This will show a user library folder.

    4. click library and find the Caches folder

    5. in the folder caches com.apple.Safari Ouvrezledossier

    6. move the Cache.db file Trash.

    This should solve the problem. If it does not help, try to disable the Safari extensions

    1. open Safari

    2. click on the Safari menu at the top (to the right of the Apple logo)

    3. Select Preferences

    4. find the Extensions tab

    5 disable all extensions of

    6. relaunch Safari

  • I have a popup that says that I have a virus he locked a tab in safari. How can I restart safari without open tabs

    I have a popup that says that I have a virus he locked a tab in safari. I suspect the popup is a phishing attempt, and I didn't click on the OK button. I closed Safari, but whenever I have restart Safari he wants to open the tab with the context menu. How can I restart safari without open tabs? I now tried the SHIFT key while restarting.

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    Blake,

    Read: Phony 'technical support' / 'ransomware' popups and web pages for a solution.

  • How can I force quit Safari when it is frozen because of a VIRUS FOUND popup?

    I clicked on a link online and received a popup message. Is this a legitimate popup? I'm afraid to click on the OK button for fear, it is a scam. I tried to force quit Safari, but it does not work.

    This is a popup of scam. Do not call if given phone number.

    1 force quit Safari.

    Force quit.

    Press command + option + esc together keys at the same time. Wait.

    When the Force Quit window appears, select Safari if not already.

    Press the button to leave the bottom of the window.   Wait.

    Safari stops.

    2. restart Safari by holding down the SHIFT key.

    This will launch Safari mode without failure.

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    Optimizer Safari is not a request to Apple.

    Please do not install any application optimizer on your Mac.

    More information will help you.

  • Safari popup

    I visited a Web site and a popup with text of terraclick came twice. I do not download or clicked on anything whatever, and I think that he just disappeared. I googled now and I see that it might be some kind of virus. Can I check it out somehow if my mac is concerned? I do not undergo something weird. I read so many comments to not download any antivirus program. Is it only official taken apple supported the anti-virus program?

    I guess you have adware. Follow the instructions on this web page in order to manually remove adware from your mac: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203987

    You will also find the adware on this page http://www.thesafemac.com/arg-identification/ removal guide

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    Download, open the dmg file and run it by clicking the "Scan for Adware" button to remove the adware.

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