How to remove “Deceptive website warning” from Safari

What is “Deceptive website warning” pop-up?

The appearance of “Deceptive website warning” pop-up alert on your browser screen shows that your system is infected with the potentially unwanted program. So, bear in mind that this has nothing to do with legitimate Safari Security Service. This malware usually crawls into the system bundled with free software, web-downloaders, and fake updates. Following infiltration, it causes modifications to the browser settings preventing users from using Google search engine. In addition to this, it floods your system with intrusive ads, triggers constant redirects as well as tracks user’s moves on the Internet. Thus, we highly recommend you to remove the “Deceptive website warning” pop-up as soon as it starts showing signs on your computer.

How to remove “Deceptive website warning” pop-up automatically?

In order to download an automated removal tool, we suggest you use a browser other than Safari, for example, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. This way will help us to eliminate the sudden interruption of downloading.

Solution for Mac users: Combo Cleaner Antivirus – can competele remove different kinds of malware like “Deceptive website warning” pop-up from your Mac in just a few clicks.
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How to remove “Deceptive website warning” pop-up manually

Remove “Deceptive website warning” pop-up manually

In order to get rid of “Deceptive website warning” pop-up, the first thing you need to do is to uninstall the malicious program from your computer. When removing “Deceptive website warning” pop-up, try to find suspicious recently installed programs and delete them too, as it’s pretty common that any malware comes with some other unwanted programs.

Mac OSX:

  1. Launch Finder
  2. Select Applications in the Finder sidebar.
  3. If you see Uninstall “Deceptive website warning” pop-up or “Deceptive website warning” pop-up Uninstaller, double-click it and follow instructions
  4. Drag unwanted application from the Applications folder to the Trash (located on the right side of the Dock)

Note: If you can’t find required program, sort programs by date and search for suspicious recently installed programs. If you still can’t locate any suspicious program or not sure what some application is for, we advise you to use Removal tool in order to track down what malicious program is infecting your system.

Step 2: Remove “Deceptive website warning” pop-up from browsers

Once you’ve uninstalled the application, remove “Deceptive website warning” pop-up from your web browser. You need to search for recently-installed suspicious add-ons and extensions.


  1. Click Preferences from Safari menu
  2. Select Extensions.
  3. Find “Deceptive website warning” pop-up or other extensions that look suspicious.
  4. Click Uninstall button to remove it.

How to block malicious pop-ups in browsers on iOS devices

Solution for iPhone/iPad users: Adguard is a perfect application that will free your system from annoying ads, online tracking and will provide reliable protection from malware. The main advantage of Adguard is that you can easily block any types of ads whether legitimate they or not within your browser. Use it for FREE.

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