I am assuming you are using Safari right?
Check what extensions you have installed and let me know.
If you have installed them, turn them off and see if this is still a problem.
If you have no extensions, try resting Safari and then try it out.
Post back and let me know.
Sorry about that.
If you are the only one using the computer then you probably don't have extensions as you would had to load them in.
Try this: Click Safari and then click Reset Safari.
After it is done resetting Safari try going back to the site.
I`ve once installed MacKeeper but had uninstalled not long after. But still keep on receiving posts for updates.
How did you uninstall it? Try
uggghh.. I´ll try the link.. don´t even know what encryption means in techno world.. much less time machine.
Encryption simply means did you ever use File Vault in your preferences to protect your disk. If you did, you would remember. If you didn't then just ignore that part. It sounds technical but it's not. MacKeeper has been responsible for many issues on Macs in the past and may be part of your problem.
What should I do with file vault?
There´s tons of McAfee Reporter that keeps on popping up when I quit the previous one on Activity Monitor. Just goes on and on with different PIDs.
If you didn't use File Vault ever then you don't need to do anything with it.
HardDrive > Library then trash (if they are there)
Then click on Go in the top menu while holding down the option key and open the User Library and trash
Be careful not to delete the wrong files: only those that have got the words ‘zeobit’, ‘MacKeeper’, ’911′ or ’911bundle’ should be trashed.
4. Go to Applications > Utilities > Keychain Access.app and double click on it. Notice the padlock in the window is up there on the left, rather than down the bottom. Click on it and enter your admin password. Now go through all the items in the ‘Keychains‘ list (such as Login, System, Root) with ‘All items’ selected in the ‘Category’ list. Anything you find related to ‘MacKeeper’ or ‘zeobit’, click on it, then choose Edit > Delete from the menu.
(Thanks to Al for also mentioning this point in the Comments below! ).
5. Open the Activity Monitor utility (Applications>Utilities>Activity Monitor.app), make sure ‘All Processes’ is showing in the drop down menu just over on the right of the dialogue box, then scroll down the list and see if any processes called ‘MacKeeper’, ‘zeobit’ or ’911 bundle’ are still running. Older versions of MacKeeper may have a ‘WINE’ process running, so also look for ‘wine’. Anything you find, click on it and hit ‘Quit Process’ (top left).
6. Go to your Applications folder from a Finder window and select MacKeeper (if you have Time Machine, do the TM step now). Then, hold down ‘command’ and press ‘delete’ once. If you assigned MacKeeper to be pinned in the Dock, be sure to also drag the icon off the Dock and release it anywhere over the desktop. It will, satisfyingly, disappear in the ‘poof’ of a cloud.
7. When you’re done filling up your trash can with all this junk, click on the Finder> Empty Trash.
8. Go to
> System Preferences > Users & Groups (or ‘Accounts’ for Snow L) | Login Items
If you see anything to do with MacKeeper in the list of items there, highlight it, then click the little minus ‘-’ button near the bottom of the list.
9. Restart your Mac. Everything should be back to normal, but check the Activity Monitor one last time to be sure.
Supplementary: If you have a problem with MacKeeper pop-ups while using your browser, try clearing out the caches, like this:
In Safari menubar, choose ‘Safari > Reset Safari’. Make sure all the options are checked.
This will not only clear out your caches, but everything else stored by the browser. Don’t worry, it won’t affect your bookmarks, but it will reset your ‘top sites’ and history.
In Firefox menubar, choose ‘Tools > Clear Recent History…’ and choose ‘Everything’. Again, it’ll clear everything out but won’t delete your bookmarks.
Obviously, if you use any other browsers like Opera or something you’ll have to find the same options for those too.