Remove the adware safari (offerz4u/eshopcom)

I tried all the methods listed or suggested here (malwarebytes even) and it keeps appearing.
I also tried to create another user and when I open safari it has not shown, if it is limited to a single user.

I then 2 questions:

1 - How can I finally really remove this malware after trying suggestions (carefully executed)-> additional suggestions (especially specific to the installation of safari user)

2. - If, as apparently is the case, I can't really remove this malware, how do I copy my stuff from 1 user to another (without the malware along)

Post edited by: guerito-l Gramatical

1 disable all Extensions and test them.

Safari > Preferences > Extensions

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

2 safari > Preferences > Search > search engine:

Select your preferred search engine.

3 safari > Preferences > general > homepage:

Set your home page.

4. free use Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac / AdwareMedic to remove the adware

https://www.Malwarebytes.org/antimalware/Mac/

Download, install, open and run by clicking on the "Scan for Adware" button to remove the adware.

Once this is done, exit Malwarebytes Anti-Malware.

or

Remove the adware manually by following the 'HowTo' from Apple.

http://support.Apple.com/en-us/HT203987

Tags: Mac OS & System Software

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    Boot Mode: Normal

    Model: MacBookPro9, 2

    Cycles of battery: 589

    Notice of charge system

    handset level = bad

    -user level = OK

    -battery level = bad

    -thermal level great =

    The System Diagnostics

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    2016-06-04 softwareupdated crash

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    2016-06-03 RimAlbumArtDaemon crash

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    Notification period 2 Jun 19:06:02 (pid 11397, PeerManager)

    -the last message repeated 1 time.

    June 2 08:55:42 launchd process [1]-l' system of limitation of disabling i/o level

    June 2 08:55:42 launchd process [1] disable the CPU - the system-wide limit

    June 2 08:57:05 AssertMacros: tmpData (value: 0x0), leader: /BuildRoot/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/AppleCredentialManager/AppleCre dentialManager-82.10.1/AppleCredentialManager/AppleCredentialManager.cpp, line: 765

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    3 Jun 09:37:35 003574.406982 DataTraveler [email protected]: AppleUSBDevice::waitForInterfacesGated: timeout for _interfacesMatched

    3 Jun 09:57:07 excessive release of assertions about the importance of the inner core for pid 83 (launchservicesd), drop 1 assertions but the task only has 1 remaining (1 external).

    3 Jun 11:04:59 AssertMacros: tmpData (value: 0x0), leader: /BuildRoot/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/AppleCredentialManager/AppleCre dentialManager-82.10.1/AppleCredentialManager/AppleCredentialManager.cpp, line: 765

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    Jun 4 00:00:24 011535.072958 EPSON L300 [email protected]: AppleUSBDevice::waitForInterfacesGated: timeout for _interfacesMatched

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    Jun 12:25:28 017168.070012 DataTraveler [email protected] 4: AppleUSBDevice::waitForInterfacesGated: timeout for _interfacesMatched

    Jun 12:25:28 017168.120931 DataTraveler [email protected] 4: AppleUSBDevice::waitForInterfacesGated: timeout for _interfacesMatched

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    5 June 14:31:51 001566.760098 EPSON L300 [email protected]: AppleUSBDevice::waitForInterfacesGated: timeout for _interfacesMatched

    5 June 14:31:51 001566.760947 EPSON L300 [email protected]: AppleUSBDevice::waitForInterfacesGated: timeout for _interfacesMatched

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    com.rim.driver.BlackBerryVirtualPrivateNetwork (1.0.18) UUID

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    com RIM.tunmgr

    com.rim.BBDaemon

    com BlueStacks.AppPlayer.bstservice_helper

    com.sculch.plist

    com.precaptivity.plist

    com.profederation.plist

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    com.Adobe.fpsaud

    com.counselorship.plist

    com.malwarebytes.MBAMHelperTool

    org.macosforge.Xquartz.privileged_startx

    com.ametria.plist

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    com.rim.BBLaunchAgent

    com BlueStacks.AppPlayer.Service

    org.macosforge.Xquartz.startx

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    au.id.haroldchu.mac.BandwidthLauncher

    com.oracle.java.Java - Updater

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    com.rim.PeerManager

    com Paragon.Updater

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    / / Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Unity Web Player.plugin

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    /Library/PreferencePanes/AccountEdge.prefPane

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    / Library/PreferencePanes/Flash Player.prefPane

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    /Library/PreferencePanes/JavaControlPanel.prefPane

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    Library/Address Book Plug-Ins/SkypeABDialer.bundle

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    Library/Address Book Plug-Ins/SkypeABSMS.bundle

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    Library/PreferencePanes/Perian.prefPane

    (org.perian.PerianPane)

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    Library/QuickTime/Perian.component

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    Relaunch Safari

    If you restart Safari, the page will reopen. To avoid this, hold the "Shift" key when opening Safari. This will prevent windows since the last time that Safari was running since the reopening.

    It will not work in all cases. The SHIFT key must be maintained at the right time, and in some cases, even if done correctly, the window is displayed again. In these circumstances, after force quit Safari, turn off Wi - Fi or disconnect Ethernet, depending on how you connect to the Internet. Then restart Safari normally. He'll try to reload the malicious Web page, but without a connection, it will not be able to. Leave this page by entering a different URL, i.e. www.apple.com and try to load it. Now you can reconnect to the Internet and the page that you entered is displayed rather than the malicious.

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    I keep getting some advertising popping up when you use Safari, I tried to remove it manually by using the option to go on the record, passing through all the article, also tried OS upgraded to Captian with security was last updated, but it's always come back. What can I do else?

    Remove the browser pop up problems

    Malwarebytes | Free Anti-Malware Detection & removal software for

    Apple Macintosh computers

    Adblock more 1.8.9, GlimmerBlocker, or AdBloc k

    Remove the adware that displays pop-up ads and graphics on your Mac

    How to remove adware FlashMall of OS X

    Stop advertising and pop-up advertising windows in Safari - Apple Support

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    Useful links about Malware problems

    Open Safari, select Preferences from the Safari menu. Click the Extensions icon in the toolbar. Disable all Extensions. If it stops your problem, then re-enable one by one until the problem returns. Now remove this extension as it is the origin of the problem.

    The following comes from user stevejobsfan0123. I made minor changes to adapt to this presentation.

    Difficulty of pop-ups in browser that support Safari.

    Common pop - ups include a message saying that the Government has taken over your computer and you pay release (often called "Moneypak"), or a false message saying that your computer has been infected and you need to call a number of tech support (sometimes claiming to be Apple) to get it to be resolved. First of all, understand that these pop-ups are not caused by a virus and that your computer has not been assigned. This "hack" is limited to your web browser. Also understand that these messages are scams, so don't pay not money, call number, or provide personal information. This article will give an overview of the solution to remove the pop-up window.

    Quit Safari

    Usually, these pop-ups will not go by clicking 'OK' or 'Cancel '. In addition, several menus in the menu bar may become disabled and show in grey, including the option to leave Safari. You'll probably force quit Safari. To do this, press command + option + ESC, select Safari, press on force quit.

    Relaunch Safari

    If you restart Safari, the page will reopen. To avoid this, hold the "Shift" key when opening Safari. This will prevent windows since the last time that Safari was running since the reopening.

    It will not work in all cases. The SHIFT key must be maintained at the right time, and in some cases, even if done correctly, the window is displayed again. In these circumstances, after force quit Safari, turn off Wi - Fi or disconnect Ethernet, depending on how you connect to the Internet. Then restart Safari normally. He'll try to reload the malicious Web page, but without a connection, it will not be able to. Leave this page by entering a different URL, i.e. www.apple.com and try to load it. Now you can reconnect to the Internet and the page that you entered is displayed rather than the malicious.

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    My apologies if I submitted this question to the wrong category. I could not understand any other category appropriate to classify under.

    I have malware on my MacBookAir (which is running El Capitan).

    Whenever I open the Chrome, it goes to search.oliver.to as the default home page (see screenshot)

    Now, I have read other threads on the same exact topic and followed the instructions, but they did not work for me.

    In my preferences of Chrome, search.oliver.to is not set as the home page.

    In my library > folder Agents run, there are No files associated with search.oliver.to

    The only other suggestion I could find was to download Malwarebytes, but I hesitate to do that, because I have read conflicting advice, saying to avoid all the so-called anti-malware software.

    What can I do else here?

    Remove the browser pop up problems

    Malwarebytes | Free Anti-Malware Detection & removal software for

    Apple Macintosh computers

    Adblock Plus 1.8.9, GlimmerBlockeror AdBlock

    Remove the adware that displays pop-up ads and graphics on your Mac

    How to remove adware FlashMall of OS X

    Stop advertising and pop-up advertising windows in Safari - Apple Support

    2.11 DetectX

    Useful links about Malware problems

    "If you have an immediate problem with ads popping up see the Mac without danger" Adware Removal Guide, remove the advertising software that shows ads advertising and graphics on your Macand MalwareBytes for Mac. If you need antivirus protection Thomas Reed recommends to use ClamXAV. (Thanks to Thomas Reed to this recommendation.) You might consider adding this Safari extensions: Adblock Plus 1.8.9.

    Open Safari, select Preferences from the Safari menu. Click the Extensions icon in the toolbar. Disable all Extensions. If it stops your problem, then re-enable one by one until the problem returns. Now remove this extension as it is the origin of the problem.

    The following comes from user stevejobsfan0123. I made minor changes to adapt to this presentation.

    Difficulty of pop-ups in browser that support Safari.

    Common pop - ups include a message saying that the Government has taken over your computer and you pay release (often called "Moneypak"), or a false message saying that your computer has been infected and you need to call a number of tech support (sometimes claiming to be Apple) to get it to be resolved. First of all, understand that these pop-ups are not caused by a virus and that your computer has not been assigned. This "hack" is limited to your web browser. Also understand that these messages are scams, so don't pay not money, call number, or provide personal information. This article will give an overview of the solution to remove the pop-up window.

    Quit Safari

    Usually, these pop-ups will not go by clicking 'OK' or 'Cancel '. In addition, several menus in the menu bar may become disabled and show in grey, including the option to leave Safari. You'll probably force quit Safari. To do this, press command + option + ESC, select Safari, press on force quit.

    Relaunch Safari

    If you restart Safari, the page will reopen. To avoid this, hold the "Shift" key when opening Safari. This will prevent windows since the last time that Safari was running since the reopening.

    It will not work in all cases. The SHIFT key must be maintained at the right time, and in some cases, even if done correctly, the window is displayed again. In these circumstances, after force quit Safari, turn off Wi - Fi or disconnect Ethernet, depending on how you connect to the Internet. Then restart Safari normally. He'll try to reload the malicious Web page, but without a connection, it will not be able to. Leave this page by entering a different URL, i.e. www.apple.com and try to load it. Now you can reconnect to the Internet and the page that you entered is displayed rather than the malicious.

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    This site has both free and paid members accounts. If you don't have then some software will be distributed in a wrapper for an installation that includes adware/malware, you can not. Such a download may appear on your computer as follows: Firefox installer.dmg. Remove the download and return to the main site where you will find a direct link to the Web site. Use this link to download the software.

    To avoid these downloads to MU simply create a free membership account. Sign in to your account before using the site. You can avoid the wrappers of the installer and download of adware or malware. I continue to use their site without any problems.

    If you prefer not to create a membership account and note that on the download page under the price area will be the link to the developer site. Use this link and download the software directly from the developer work around the use of MU altogether.

    Contacting warnings from users of sone that notifies you that the site is "dangerous." This is an exaggeration. Know the facts. You simply use the site intelligently. Support the site, but do it wisely - establish a free subscription or paying to avoid problems with malware. Don't pay attention to other users who you warn away with hyperbole.

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