1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 10, 2012 3:19 AM by thomas_r.
JeraldBrisco Level 1 Level 1



I noticed a lot of people still have problems removing the MacKeeper software. When a lot of my clients had this problem I managed to get a removal tool from a FixKB website  but I noticed it's not there anymore (looks like they were sued by MacKeeper).


Anyway, I still have the removal tool so you can download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?ahrj4jxsed3vjwq


I signed up mainly just to post this, so I hope this helps some of you.

  • thomas_r. Level 7 Level 7
    Apple Watch

    I'm sure you're just trying to help, but note that it would be extremely inadvisable for anyone to download and run software from a file sharing site that is blocked by OpenDNS on the say-so of someone they don't know.  That's one way malware gets around.  I'd guess that's probably not the case here, but even so I wouldn't come near that app with a ten-foot pole.


    For anyone reading who wants to remove MacKeeper, it's possible without such a tool.  Try the instructions posted here: