installCore is not a file that exists on machines or virus, therefore it cannot technically be “removed.” It is a platform that software developers use to power their installation process. There are instances when malicious third-party advertisers and publishers abuse installCore, and this is why anti-viruses miscategorize installCore as a virus.
installCore itself cannot be removed because installCore is not a file that exists on users’ machines. Rather, it is the engine that powers the installation process of specific softwares. installCore disappears without a trace after the installer runs, leaving no footprint on the user's’ machine.
If you suspect that third-party advertisers or publishers are abusing the installCore platform, delete the software that is using installCore from your Mac.
First, head to your Applications folder. Then locate the software that is using installCore to power its installation process. For example, if you recently installed a compression tool whose creators are using installCore to monetize their product, then locate the compression tool in your Application folder.
Once you locate the file, delete it by sending it to the trash. Doing so will completely uninstall it from your Mac completely.
At the same time, please contact the installCore team to notify them of any misuse. If you suspect that a publisher or advertiser is abusing the installCore program, contact installCore so they can launch an official investigation.
installCore is not a file that users can locate on their machines. It is the platform that runs installation processes of certain softwares. In other words, software developers use installCore to power their installation processes. Sometimes, malicious third-party software publishers and advertisers abuse installCore.
If you are experiencing problems with adware and malware, uninstall the infected software you installed from the web. installCore is never present on your machine since it’s not a file. It has no traces on your machine either. Therefore you cannot technically “delete” installCore, since it was never on your machine in the first place.
installCore is not a file present on users’ machines. It is the platform that software developers use to power their installation processes. If malicious third-party publishers or advertisers abuse installCore, uninstall the problematic software right away by running its uninstaller.