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Question: https://www.chumsearch.com

I am malwarebytes it found nothing. I am un able to get rid of https://www.chumsearch.com on both safari and crome. It blanks out my ability to change default search engine any ideas im lost? thank!

MacBook Pro, macOS High Sierra (10.13.4)

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Apr 22, 2018 6:47 PM in response to DraZik In response to DraZik

Hello DraZik,

Go to System Preferences > Profiles. Is there anything listed? If so, delete it.


But before you do that, I would really appreciate a screenshot of the "Managed Preferences" section of the profile. I am planning on adding this to the next version of EtreCheck. I can detect a profile that changes the home page, but I haven't seen one that changes the search engine.

Apr 22, 2018 6:47 PM

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Apr 29, 2018 11:39 AM in response to etresoft In response to etresoft

Hello, I have the same issue! I just installed Malwarebytes as I thought I got a virus and ever since then when opening safari this url pops up https://www.chumsearch.com/search/?asset=hp&wtguid=14465872567065197&wtsrc=5691& wtdt=042818&wtbr=2&wtpl=10.13.4.0&v=5.0


I went to Systems Preferences > Profile and deleted it, but when I access Safari it still opens with: https://www.chumsearch.com/search/?asset=hp&wtguid=14465872567065197&wtsrc=5691& wtdt=042818&wtbr=2&wtpl=10.13.4.0&v=5.0

Apr 29, 2018 11:39 AM

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