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I recommend a VM with the OS and the browsers of your choice. Using the snapshot/clone features you may always revert to the original vanilla state. Three of the advantages: Use an arbitrary OS/browser combination (a lot of malicious websites often attack special combinations e.g. Windows XP/7/IE or OS/Flash) You may detect any impact on the file system ...


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In addition to running anti-virus software, as mentioned by Steve, above, you should check and clean out your browser's cache and extensions. (1) Safari Safari --> Help --> Installed Plug-ins Here, plug-ins called "Quicktime" and "Flash" are OK, and are not likely culprits. Safari --> Safari --> Preferences --> Extensions Here, think long and ...


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First, it is likely your Mac has been taken over by some malware, possibly from the website you mentioned. Try booting into safe mode, reboot while holding the shift key, eventually the Mac startup screen will show safe mode. Booting into safe mode can take a lot longer than normal due to all the disk/file checks run at boot, so just let it work. This ...


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The answer is at http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/jweb/jcp/properties.html (Java 7) and http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/deploy/properties.html (Java 8), though the instructions could be more explicit. They say to set the deployment.webjava.enabled to false in your deployment.properties file, whose location is ...


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It will still take 30 clicks, one for each link, but… Remember that Cmd ⌘ on Mac is usually equivalent to Ctrl ⌃ on Windows. Cmd ⌘ Click will open a link in a new a tab behind the current one, if you click a link. Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ Click will open the new tab & bring it to the front. These are the default settings [iirc] but they can be changed ...


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Try deleting /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines The Java 8 installer places its payload in /Library/Java


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This guide is for OS X Mavericks, but I guess it will work on Yosemite too. Java for Web browsers is disabled by default. You have to enable it in Java Control Panel. Follow the steps below to enable it for the browsers. Go to System preferences -> Java. A new window will open. Go to security tab (4th from left). Tick the checkbox labeled "Enable java ...



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