EXPANDED SERVICE VIRUS
Expanded Service Virus is the latest adware-type virus outbreaking this week. It bombards computer users with annoying pop-up message on screen and make them download unwanted apps.
Generally speaking, Expanded Service Virus virus comes bundled with free applications like browser toolbars, multimedia players, download managers and so on. Once successful installed, Expanded Service Virus will become your headache. Whenever you use your machine, you will disturbed by Expanded Service Virus. And when you surf the internet or watch online videos this stupid Expanded Service Virus virus will display excessive amounts of appealing commercial pop-up ads on your Chrome, Firefox, IE, Edge or Safari. These unwanted ads not only interrupt your routine work, but also they take up lots of network resources and memory space, thus your internet speed will be affected as well.
Moreover, Expanded Service Virus virus can corrupt your program files and download more and more malware infections onto your system without letting you know. If you let it stay on your machine for a long time, it will even steal credit card details, home address, phone number, precious pictures, important word documents, web history, search queries and other vital information by monitoring your personal activities. In a word, Expanded Service Virus virus is not a safe stuff at all. It can mess up everything on your computer system. You are highly recommended to get rid of Expanded Service Virus immediately.
How to Remove Expanded Service Virus or related threats from Mac OS?
Step 1 – Disable or Remove suspicious extension related with Expanded Service Virus or similar threats.
– Choose Safari > Preferences
– On the ‘Extensions’ tab, find out the extension related with adware or hijacker and click Uninstall or Disable
– Click the settings button (three horizontal bars) in the top-right corner and then select ‘Add-ons’.
– Click “Extensions” tab under Add-on Manager page to view the extensions.
– Find the suspicious add-on you want to disable and click its “Disable” button.
– If you want to delete an extension entirely, click “Remove.”
– Click the setting button “≡” at the top right of the browser window, choose “More Tools” and choose “Extensions“.
– Click the “trash can icon” button to remove extension related with Expanded Service Virus or similar threats
Step 2 – Uninstall suspicious App related with Expanded Service Virus or similar threats
– Open Finder at the Dock
– Select Applications and find out suspicious apps related with Expanded Service Virus , then right click on the app and click Move to Trash:
– Right click on Trash icon to select Empty Trash
Important Note – If the guide above does not help you remove Expanded Service Virus, or an unwanted extension, search engine and unwanted application, it might be caused by potential threats. We recommend downloading Combo Cleaner Antivirus to re-check your Mac and see if it will detect malicious programs or adware.
Combo Cleaner Antivirus is a powerful and popular anti-virus and optimization app designed for Mac OS. It is developed to help Mac users clean, speed up and optimizing Mac machines. With the greats features such as App Uninstaller, Privacy Scanner, Antivirus and Disk Cleaner, you can keep your Mac away from virus and malware attack and avoid online spam and phishing websites and protect your privacy and files well. We recommend running a in-depth scan on your Mac with Combo Cleaner:
1. Click Download button here to download and install Combo Cleaner quickly:
(The below link will open the app’s official website to download Combo Cleaner. Please come back to this page after you download it)Download Combo Cleaner Antivirus (Mac)
(Tips – If there is another anti-malware software running on your Mac, It may block this Combo Cleaner download. In that situation, Please Turn Off that anti-malware software first and come back here to click the Combo Cleaner Download Button again. )
2. Once Combo Cleaner is installed, run a scan and see if it will detect files of Expanded Service Virus or potential threats for you.
3. You can try the app Uninstaller if it some uninstall unwanted and suspicious apps cannot be uninstalled manually:
4. And you can use Antivirus feature to scan your Mac and re-check if there is still any potential threats: