Way to Remove “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus

Research on “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus

“ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus is a new Adware infection breaks out recently. Users of Edge, Chrome, Firefox and IE all got hit by this virus somehow, from our research, we confirm that “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus malware is mainly packed in third party freeware installer. Most of victims downloaded a free software or software update from file sharing websites and installed it with the provided installer, then they started to encounter tons of commercial ads by “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus when open websites.
"ReceiverHelper will damage your computer" Virus
This adware can uses cookies to collect your system information including installed software, web browser version, IP address, browsing history, search query and ISP, thus it can share these information with remote server and make customized ads to lure you click. Basically, ads by “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus will appear as in-text links and banners on webpage you browse, these ads provide coupons, discounts, or best deals to catch you eye and lead you to click on them. Even though you are not on E-shopping sites, you will still be bombarded by “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus ads.

Besides the commercial ads, “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus can also promote some deceptive popup pages to scam you. For example, it generates a spam software update popup to cheat you to update your Chrome or other software on unsafe website, which actually will install hijacker and rogueware instead of the so-called update. Besides, it will redirect you to fake virus alert pages reported threats and asking you to call toll free hotline to get virus removal service. These bogus messages are used to help virus maker get your money, so you should not trust anything related with “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus.

There are some worse problems come to you if you do not get rid of “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus malware, because it can used as a source for spreading all kinds of infections. Once your Internet is connected, a tunnel between your browser and remote server will be established by “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus, thus other viruses such as trojan, spyware, ransomware and hijacker will all have chance to infiltrate your system silently. That will be a disaster to you since these threats not only degrade system performance, but also put your personal files and private information in danger. Before “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus makes more troubles, you need to uninstall “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus and all connected malware as quickly as possible. Should you failed to remove the threats on your own, execute the “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus removal steps below:

 How to Manually Remove “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus From Mac OSX? (Steps)

Step 1 Uninstall “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus related apps or potentially unwanted apps from Mac OSX
  • In Finder window, clicking “Applications” in the sidebar
  • In the applications folder, right-click on “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus related apps or other suspicious apps and click Move to Trash. 

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PLEASE NOTE

“ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus may reinstall itself multiple times if its core files and related malware are not removed completely.

Therefore we recommend, after uninstalling the potentially unwanted apps, you’d better downloading Combo Cleaner to scan your Mac for any remaining unwanted components.

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Step 2 – Remove malicious files generated by “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus or related malware from your Mac

1. Click the Finder icon from the menu bar  >>  choose “Go” then click on “Go to Folder“:

2. In the Go to Folder… bar, type the name of the following four folders to open them one by one:

~/Library/LaunchAgents
/Library/LaunchAgents
/Library/Application Support
/Library/LaunchDaemons

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3. In each folder, search for any recently-added suspicious files and move them to the Trash. Here are some examples of files generated by malware:

“installmac.AppRemoval.plist”, “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus”,  “com.genieo.completer.download.plist” “com.genieoinnovation.macextension.plist” “com.genieo.engine.plist” “com.adobe.fpsaud.plist” , “myppes.download.plist”, “mykotlerino.ltvbit.plist”,

PLEASE NOTE

Manually check and remove malicious files may take hours and you may delete healthy files by mistake.

To do it safely and efficiently, we recommend downloading Combo Cleaner to scan your Mac for any malicious files generated by “ReceiverHelper will damage your computer” Virus or malware.

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Step 3 – Find and remove malicious extensions and browser hijacker from Safari and Chrome.

Safari

On Safari

1. Start Safari: Select Safari menu and click Preferences:

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2. Select Extensions tab>> Look for the unsafe or suspicious extensions and click Uninstall:

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3. Select Search tab >> click the Search Engine menu and make your choice. Safari lets you use Google, Yahoo, Bing, or DuckDuckGo.

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4. Select the General tab >> In the Homepage bar, type the URL you want to set as the Safari homepage.

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Google Chrome

On Google Chrome

1. Open Google Chrome and click the “Customize and control Google Chrome” icon at the top right corner >> Select More Tools and click Extensions;

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2. Search for suspicious extensions and click trash icon to remove it:

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3. Reset default search engine on Chrome:

  • Open Google Chrome and click the “Customize and control Google Chrome” icon >> Select Settings
  • Scroll down until you locate the Search engine section
  • Click the drop-down menu accompanying the option labeled Search engine used in the address bar
  • Select Google, Bing or Yahoo! as your default search engine.

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4. Reset homepage on Chrome:

  • Open Google Chrome and click the “Customize and control Google Chrome” icon >> Select Settings;
  • In the “On Startup” section, click the “Set pages” link near to the “Open a specific page or set of pages” option.
  • Remove the URL of the browser hijacker (for example SearchMine.net) and enter your preferred URL (for example, google.com).

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PLEASE NOTE

If an unwanted extension or search engine can’t be removed manually from web browsers, it may be caused by malware.

We recommend downloading Combo Cleaner to scan your Mac and see if it will detect malware.

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Step 4Re-check your Mac with Combo Clean Antivirus.

To be sure that your Mac is not infected at all, it’s recommended to run a full scan with Combo Cleaner Antivirus.

Combo Cleaner Antivirus is a professional Mac Antivirus and Mac OSX Optimization Tool for users. It is equipped with powerful detection engine against virus, malware, and adware. Thus it is able to protect your machine from the latest out-breaking threats and infections. Moreover, its Disk Cleaner can detect and clean up all junks and always keep your Mac’s performance at the peak. 

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Once Combo Cleaner is installed, run a scan to diagnose your Mac and solve all problems: