MacMedics Offers Free Removal Of MacDefender Malware In Baltimore & Washington DC Offices

MacMedics Locations in Severna Park & Lanham

Update 5/31/11:While our competitors look to cash in on MacDefender/MacGuard malware scare by charging between $49 and $99 to remove the malware, MacMedics continues to offer FREE removal of the malware in either Millersville or Lanham offices! You do NOT have to be an existing MacMedics client to take advantage of this free service, just stop by and we’ll remove it for you. Can’t make it in to see us? We can arrange to access your machine remotely and remove it that way. Or, If you’re a WISP member, the remote service is included in your service plan, or you can join and we’ll take care of it for you. See for more info.
Update 5/25/11: Apple has posted a Knowledge Base article on how to remove this malware:
MacMedics Offers Free Removal Of MacDefender Malware In Baltimore & Washington DC Offices.
Stop by MacMedics Baltimore or MacMedics Washington for a free removal of MacDefender, MacProtector, and MacSecurity malware.
As always, NO APPOINTMENTS are ever necessary to stop by and visit. Most Macintosh service we perform in our lab is set up as a drop-off service. In this case we can remove this malware from your Macintosh computer while you wait. For FREE.
On the grand scale of things concerning malware and virus threats against the Macintosh platform, this threat is pretty small. However, if you don’t understand how to remove this malware safely, we’ll take care of getting it off your Mac free of charge. You do not need to be an exiting MacMedics client to have this service performed, just stop by.
If you are trying to learn how to remove MacDefender malware then please see our previous post on how to remove MacDefender from your Mac AND from your Time Machine backup system.
We also welcome former clients of Apple Specialist, macUpgrades of Bethesda, Maryland to MacMedics. See our special webpage for more information on our purchase of that long time Macintosh focused service and sales organization here.
Update 9/27/11: Thanks Microsoft! Botnet that hosted MacDefender scareware/malware shut down thanks to Microsoft.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *