The ActiveTrack application is a bogus tool that is compatible with Mac systems only. Users who end up with the ActiveTrack application on their Mac may have trusted a misleading advertisement promoting the dodgy tool as a helpful utility. Another distribution method is free software bundles. Users often download free software without realizing that it is bundled with PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) or adware. If you do not pay close attention to what you agree to during the installation process, you may end up installing software that may be not only useless but also detrimental to your browsing quality.
The ActiveTrack application is listed as adware by malware analysts. This means that the goal of the ActiveTrack tool is to inject unwanted advertisements on every Web page you browse online. The advertisements can become overwhelming quickly, as they may be in the shape of hyperlinks in text, flashing banners, annoying alerts, pop-up windows, etc. Some of the banners may end up taking parts of the website that contain important features such as menus and other clickable content. This is likely to prevent you from finding the information you may have been looking for or viewing interesting media. The advertisements may promote unsafe products and services, so it is best to ignore them.
If the ActiveTrack adware is present on your Mac, we would advise you to remove it. You can remove the ActiveTrack application from your Mac with the help of a legitimate anti-virus utility that is compatible with your OSX.