I followed all the steps given in the instructions but I sill get a notification saying: "TrustedAnalogd" will damage your computer. How can I get rid of this notification?

Created at: 2021-04-04 15:00:09
Questioner General

Hello. I might have caught the malware virus. I followed the steps listed in the instructions above. I deleted all my files, my unused apps and many more; yet I still receive this notification: "TrustedAnalogd:" will damage your computer. Please help me get rid of this annoying notification that pops up in my screen. thanks

Answer #1:

By: Brice Heidenreich DDS

Hello. I might have caught the malware virus. I followed the steps listed in the instructions above. I deleted all my files, my unused apps and many more; yet I still receive this notification: "TrustedAnalogd:" will damage your computer. Please help me get rid of this annoying notification that pops up in my screen. thanks

Answer #2:

By: Dr. Kendra Kris

What steps?



https://malwaretips.com/blogs/remove-trustedanalog/



The free Malwarebytes may take care of it...

https://www.malwarebytes.com/mac/



See if you have unknown Profiles.

To remove a configuration profile in macOS:

  1. From the Apple menu, select System Preferences....
  2. From the View menu in System Preferences, select Profiles.Note:
  3. Profiles won't be visible until you have at least one profile installed.
  4. Select the profile you want to remove, and then press the - (minus) button. Click Remove to remove the profile.

softwater



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Feb 16, 2020 3:04 AM in response to sukwaria

If your browser prefs are locked down, you'll probably find the reason in System Preferences > Profiles. 



Remove all profiles you don't recognize, then run something like DetectX to clear out the persistence agents. 



https://sqwarq.com/detectx/



Disclaimer: DetectX is a utility I develop; you do not need to pay for it to use it to use it. It does not collect your data or require any form of subscription/login.

Answer #3:

By: Rebeka Cole

What steps?



https://malwaretips.com/blogs/remove-trustedanalog/



The free Malwarebytes may take care of it...

https://www.malwarebytes.com/mac/



See if you have unknown Profiles.

To remove a configuration profile in macOS:

  1. From the Apple menu, select System Preferences....
  2. From the View menu in System Preferences, select Profiles.Note:
  3. Profiles won't be visible until you have at least one profile installed.
  4. Select the profile you want to remove, and then press the - (minus) button. Click Remove to remove the profile.

softwater



User level: Level 5 (5,557 points)



Feb 16, 2020 3:04 AM in response to sukwaria

If your browser prefs are locked down, you'll probably find the reason in System Preferences > Profiles. 



Remove all profiles you don't recognize, then run something like DetectX to clear out the persistence agents. 



https://sqwarq.com/detectx/



Disclaimer: DetectX is a utility I develop; you do not need to pay for it to use it to use it. It does not collect your data or require any form of subscription/login.

Answer #4:

By: Marian Gleichner

Also having identical issue. Has anyone found solution?

Answer #5:

By: Rey Jenkins

Have you tried Malwarebytes yet?

Answer #6:

By: Prof. Magnus Bartoletti

Hi chloeatallah, I encountered the same concern today and yes got this annoying notification which wouldn't stop appearing. Upon non-stop searching, I found this ***, I tried it a couple of times (did not really work on 1st and 2nd attempt) and so far the pop up notification is gone (I hope will not appear anymore). I also tried the below malwarebytes (free only) to scan my files and so far no virus has been detected.



I hope this can also help you.



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