Chromesearch.today has a logo similar to Google, and its appearance resembles the popular search engine (google.com) too, but it is essential to mention the application was created not by Google. Moreover, even though it claims to be a search engine that respects your privacy, it is not like the program cannot collect any kind of data. What we mean is while it might not violate your privacy by recording personal information like email address, telephone number, and other, it may still record your visited websites, the time spent on particular sites, search queries, etc. Not to mention, we are almost one hundred percent sure, none of the reputable and legitimate search tools gather or sell private user’s information, which makes Chromesearch.today statement about respecting user’s privacy seem like an attempt to make the software look more reliable.
One more thing that caught our researchers’ attention was how identical the search engine looked to another doubtful tool we recently reviewed; it was called Newtab.today. The mentioned application also uses google.com to gather results but does not inject them with additional advertising content yet. However, we believe this could happen later on as we see no reason why would anyone create a few similar search engines with no features that could enhance your browsing or compete with reputable search engines, for example, Google or Bing. Usually, we advise users to avoid suspicious advertising content coming from unknown sources since it might appear to be malicious. In this case, we believe it would be better not to wait and see if Chromesearch.today starts displaying any unreliable ads, but to remove it before anything bad happens.
The search engine might be eliminated if you restore the browser it settles on. This task should not be difficult, but if you are a less experienced user, you may want to take a look at our recommended deletion steps available below this paragraph. To make sure Chromesearch.today was removed or see if there are any other doubtful programs on the system you could download a trustworthy security tool and have it perform a full system scan. Once it is completed, the user should be able to erase all identified threats with a single mouse click.