Home Malware Programs Mac Malware ActivePower


Posted: January 14, 2021

ActivePower is the name of a low-quality Mac application, which is known to cause various unwanted changes concerning your Web browser's behavior and configuration. Users may sometimes install ActivePower unknowingly since this application tends to be spread through shady software bundles, fake downloads and misleading advertisements. It is important to add that while ActivePower is identified as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP), it does not pose a danger to your online safety. This software does not exhibit harmful behavior and its removal is not mandatory.

However, macOS users should know that ActivePower may have an adverse impact on their Web browsing experience by redirecting them to a 3rd-party search engine, advertisements, and low-quality websites. It is recommended to remove applications associated with such behavior. If you wish to check your macOS device for the ActivePower PUP presence, you should use a compatible security scanner.

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