Uninstaller Tool Uninstaller Tool is an advertising app that infiltrates the main browsers of Mac users and fills them with obnoxious banners, popups, links, other ads and page redirects. Uninstaller Tool is not harmful to the computer but its ads and some of the changes it introduces could make the system more vulnerable. Some very typical symptoms that could be observed once this app gets installed on the computer are changes in the toolbar of the browser and in its starting page address. Another thing some users may notice is that their browser\u2019s default search engine tool has been replaced and now, in its place, there is some unknown custom search engine or a heavily modified version of a popular one such as Google, or Yahoo. Typically, people who use Safari, Chrome, and Firefox seem to get Uninstaller Tool the most often, but this doesn\u2019t mean you cannot get this unwanted page-redirecting app in another browser. Uninstaller Tool for Mac Uninstaller Tool for Mac is an unwanted extension app for Safari, Chrome, and other browsers that collects telemetry data from the browser for advertising purposes. Uninstaller Tool for Mac can gain access to your browser\u2019s history and recent searches and then customize the ads it displays accordingly. The main goal of this browser-hijacking software is simply to spam you with as many ads and page redirects as possible and to ensure that you interact with them because each click and site visit results in the generation of advertising revenue. Considering this, it should be understandable why this app seeks to customize its ads according to your most recent online activity. This would increase the chances of you interacting with the advertised content, effectively increasing the overall profit. Uninstaller Tool will damage your computer Uninstaller Tool is what is known as a browser-hijacking browser extension that users of Safari, Chrome, and Firefox are oftentimes targeted by. Uninstaller Tool hijacks the browser in order to push its promoting agenda by flooding the user\u2019s screen with advertisements and page redirects. Most users find the behavior of this hijacker quite disrupting and frustrating and they seek ways to uninstall the intrusive software. The problem is that the developers of this app have made sure to make the hijacker as tricky to uninstall as possible, which is why you may need our help if you are to remove Uninstaller Tool. UninstallerTool The UninstallerTool app is an ad-spamming tool that hijacks popular Mac browsers and turns them into advertising platforms. The UninstallerTool app\u2019s presence on the computer is undesirable because it may lead to exposure to serious threats such as Spyware, Trojan horses, or Ransomware. The hijacker itself is far less harmful than a real Trojan horse virus or Ransomware program but its activities in your browser may potentially lead you to some unsafe and unreliable online locations. That is why it is unwise to keep this app on your computer or to interact with any of the advertising content that it keeps showing on your screen. Our advice is to complete the removal steps we\u2019ve put on this page and to eradicate the unwanted app once and for all.\u00a0 SUMMARY: Name Uninstaller Tool Type Browser Hijacker Danger Level Medium\u00a0(nowhere near threats like Ransomware, but still a security risk) Symptoms Hijackers tamper with the settings of the browser and spam it with invasive ads and pop-ups. Distribution Method The most commonly used method for getting these apps installed on more computers is what is known as file bundling. Detection Tool Uninstaller Tool Mac Removal For a quick way to remove Uninstaller Tool try to do this inside your Mac browser: \tOpen your Mac browser. \tGo to Preferences. \tNow navigate to the extensions sub-menu. \tLook for any unfamiliar entries, including Uninstaller Tool. \tRemove Uninstaller Tool from your Mac as well as any other suspicious-looking items by clicking on the trash bin icon. If this does not help then continue reading this article for more detailed instructions on how to get rid of Uninstaller Tool! The first thing you need to do is to Quit Safari (if it is opened). If you have trouble closing it normally, you may need to Force Quit Safari: You can choose the Apple menu and click on Force Quit. Alternatively, you can simultaneously press \u2318 (the Command key situated next to the space bar), Option (the key right next to it) and Escape (the key located at the upper left corner of your keyboard). If you have done it right a dialog box titled Force Quit Applications will open up. In this new dialog window select Safari, then press the Force Quit button, then confirm with Force Quit again. Close the dialog box\/window. WARNING! READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING! Start Activity Monitor\u00a0by opening\u00a0up Finder, then proceed to Once there, look at all the processes: if you believe any of them are hijacking your results, or are part of the problem, highlight the process with your mouse, then click the "i" button at the top. This will open up the following box: Now click on Sample\u00a0at the bottom: Do this for all processes you believe are part of the threat, and run any suspicious files in our online virus scanner, then delete the malicious files: The next step is to safely launch Safari again. Press and hold the Shift key while relaunching Safari. This will prevent Safari\u2019s previously opened pages from loading again. Once Safari is opened up, you can release the Shift key. On the off chance that you are still having trouble with scripts interrupting the closing of unwanted pages in Safari, you may need to take some additional measures. First, Force Quit Safari again. Now if you are using a Wi-Fi connection turn it off by selecting Wi-Fi off in you Mac\u2019s Menu. If you are using a cable internet (Ethernet connection), disconnect the Ethernet cable. Re-Launch Safari but don\u2019t forget to press and hold the Shift button while doing it, so no previous pages can be opened up. Now,\u00a0Click on Preferences in the Safari menu, and then again on the Extensions tab, Select and Uninstall any extensions that you don\u2019t recognize by clicking on the Uninstall button. If you are not sure and don\u2019t want to take any risks you can safely uninstall all extensions, none are required for normal system operation. The threat has likely infected all of your browsers. The instructions below need to be applied for all browsers you are using. Again select Preferences in the Safari Menu, but this time click on the Privacy tab, Now click on Remove All Website Data, confirm with Remove Now. Keep in mind that after you do this all stored website data will be deleted. You will need to sign-in again for all websites that require any form of authentication. Still in the Preferences menu, hit the General tab Check if your Homepage is the one you have selected, if not change it to whatever you prefer. Select the History menu this time, and click on Clear History. This way you will prevent accidentally opening a problematic web page again. \u00a0How to Remove Uninstaller Tool\u00a0From Firefox in OSX: Open\u00a0Firefox,\u00a0click\u00a0on\u00a0\u00a0(top right) \u2014\u2014->\u00a0Add-ons.\u00a0Hit\u00a0Extensions\u00a0next. The problem should be lurking somewhere around here \u2013\u00a0\u00a0Remove it. Then Refresh Your Firefox Settings. How to Remove Uninstaller Tool From Chrome\u00a0in OSX: \u00a0Start\u00a0Chrome, click\u00a0\u00a0\u2014\u2013>More\u00a0Tools\u00a0\u2014\u2013>\u00a0Extensions.\u00a0There,\u00a0 find the malware\u00a0and \u00a0select\u00a0\u00a0. \u00a0Click\u00a0\u00a0again, and proceed to\u00a0Settings \u2014>\u00a0Search,\u00a0the fourth tab, select\u00a0Manage Search Engines. \u00a0Delete\u00a0everything\u00a0but the search engines you normally use. After that Reset Your Chrome Settings. If the guide doesn't help, download the\u00a0anti-virus program we recommended or try our free online virus scanner. Also, you can always ask us in the comments for help!