You see this error message while browsing the Internet on your Mac:

Apple Security Breach

Why did this happen?

Apple Security Breach is a fake pop from a potentially unwanted application installed on your Mac.

It asks you to call a support number so you can fix it. This error is fake and not connected to Apple.

You may unwillingly ran it from deceptive pop up ads, free software installers or other third-party file downloads.

How do I fix this?

Remove the Apple Security Breach virus manually:

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1. Remove Suspicious Login Items
2. Remove Suspicious Profiles
3. Stop Suspicious Processes
4. Delete Potentially Unwanted Applications
5. Remove malicious extensions
6. Remove related files and folders
7. Reset your browser

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