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Category: Browser Hijackers

If you have encountered, you have to think about a few things. First of all, what is the deal with this suspicious search engine? Have you been redirected to it abruptly? Has it corrupted your default browser, and your homepage and/or default search provider were modified without your permission? If it has entered without your permission, it is obvious that this search tool is a browser hijacker that must be avoided. Have you been pushed into accepting homepage or default search provider modifications when installing suspicious software? This could happen, and, in this case, it is smart to check out the program to see if it is malicious and, possibly, requires removal. Unfortunately, it is most likely that third-party software is involved in one way or another, and you might find that you need to delete along with other infections. Due to this, you should scan your PC before you do anything else. Hopefully, serious infections are not running amuck, and you can attend to the hijacker.

Do you live in India and have you recently downloaded unTabs (a potentially unwanted program)? It appears that these are the two main conditions for to slither into your operating system. All in all, it is unlikely that unTabs is the only program that is associated with this hijacker. All kinds of other PUPs, adware, and clandestine infections could slither in along with it. Based on our findings, you are most likely to attract the hijacker by executing malicious software bundles that are usually represented via unreliable file-sharing websites. Despite this, even if slithers in without your permission, you might think nothing of it because of the way this hijacker is represented. It has a professional-looking interface that displays easy-access links to,,, and pages. As you can see, the hijacker is promoting Google services, and so you might not be surprised to discover your searches being redirected to In fact, that should worry you.

Did you expect to redirect you to the popular Google Search engine? You could not have expected that because the hijacker does not present any information about that. Have you familiarized yourself with the information that is represented via the “Terms of Use” and “Privacy Policy” pages? If you have not, you must not know that uses tracking cookies to spy on your virtual activity and that advertisements representing third-party services can be shown. Furthermore, third-party cookies could be placed when you interact with the advertisements. Do not expect to see obvious pop-ups, banners, or interstitial ads. The hijacker is more clandestine than that, and it is likely to showcase ads as regular search results after redirecting you to Google Search. Although these advertisements could be completely harmless, they also could redirect you to malicious sites and introduce you to scams. Due to this, you have to think twice before you interact with the search results displayed by the hijacker.

Modifying the homepage is not a big deal, and you can handle it yourself, even if you are inexperienced. The same goes with the modifications of the default search provider. If you need a guide, check out the instructions below that show how to change homepage and default search provider settings. While the removal of is truly easy, we cannot promise you that the elimination of all active infections will go just as smoothly. Obviously, if you are not experienced to handle serious infections, manual removal is not recommended. Instead, it is wise to implement anti-malware software that can discover and eliminate dangerous components automatically. Our research team is ready to answer your questions regarding the hijacker and its elimination. If you need our assistance or you want to ask things that were not discussed in this report, the comments section is open for you.

How to delete

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+F at once.
  2. Select Settings and, first, move to On Startup.
  3. Check Open a specific page or set of pages.
  4. Click Set pages and overwrite the unwanted URL. Click OK.
  5. Now move to Search and click Manage search engines.
  6. Add the preferred search provider and click Make default.
  7. Click the X on the unwanted search tool to eliminate it and then click Done.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+T at once.
  2. Select Internet options and then click the General tab.
  3. Overwrite the URL in the Home Page section and then click OK.
  4. Tap Alt+T again and select Manage Add-ons.
  5. Move to the Search Providers menu.
  6. Add the desired search provider and click Set as default.
  7. Remove the unwanted search provider and then click Close.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+T at once.
  2. Select Options and, first, move to the General menu.
  3. Go to Home Page and overwrite the undesirable URL.
  4. Then, move to the Search menu.
  5. Set the desired search provider.
  6. Remove the undesirable search provider.
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