Games.onesearch.org Removal Guide

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Games.onesearch.org is one more questionable program that should not be active on your personal computer. We advise Internet users to avoid this application since it exhibits questionable and invasive functionality. Due to such devious inner workings, our malware experts have categorized this dubious piece of software as yet another browser hijacker that we urge you to delete if it is ever found active on your PC. It is important to do so because the invasive program can change your browser's default settings without any warning whatsoever. Unfortunately, the unwanted changes will make your online experience an annoying and frustrating one, to say the least. What is even more concerning, is that in some cases this hijacker could be the reason your operating system might be subjected to suspicious and even malicious web content. To learn more about Games.onesearch.org and how you can remove it, make sure to follow the instructions that we provide below.

The overall functionality of Games.onesearch.org is quite similar to other applications of this category. In fact, during the analysis, our researchers have noticed that this hijacker is similar to another program of this classification known as Search.onesearch.org. Therefore, it is not surprising that both programs function alike. Once the devious browser hijacker in question enters your operating system, it immediately modifies certain files linked to your browser's default settings. All of this manifests as a change of your default homepage, new tab page, and search engine. Due to all of this, browsing the web will become a much more annoying and bothersome experience, to put it lightly. Having this hijacker active on your PC means that you will have no choice but to use a questionable third-party website as your default homepage. The same thing will happen regarding your new tab page; instead, of a blank image, you will be presented with that same questionable site. Furthermore, it is critical to note that you will be forced to use a questionable third-party search engine for every single online query. What causes even more annoyance, is the fact that this search provider could present you with tons of sponsored results instead of useful ones. It goes without saying that surfing the web the way you are used to will be impossible for as long as this hijacker will be active on your PC. It should be self-evident that you must delete Games.onesearch.org at the very same time that you find it active on your PC. To do that without a lot of trouble, make sure to use the removal guide that we present below.

As mentioned, Games.onesearch.org could act in a rather dangerous manner. Further analysis has revealed that in some instances this browser hijacker could be distributed via bundled installers. This is a dangerous instance because other dubious programs might come along. Therefore, if it is already active on your personal computer, make sure to check your operating system for other questionable software. What is even more alarming is that using a newly appointed search engine could be rather dangerous. That is so because it could present you not only with sponsored results but ones that host redirect links, which could lead you to suspicious and even malicious sites. If you click on such result, there is a chance that you could land on a site that runs an arbitrary code execution exploit. In such a case just entering a web page like that might be more than enough to infect your personal computer with some malicious program. You could also enter fake online shops that are created by cyber crooks for a sole purpose of stealing your credit card data. It should be quite obvious that you must delete Games.onesearch.org as soon as possible as it could prove to be a major virtual threat.

Under no circumstances delay the removal of Games.onesearch.org as keeping it active on your PC could have devastating outcomes. It is also important to note that only a complete removal of this hijacker will help you restore your browser's default settings. If leftovers linked to Games.onesearch.org remain active on your PC, the devious changes will remain in place. In other situations, those same traces could trigger a silent restoration procedure. If you wish to be sure that every single bit of this hijacker has been removed from your PC, you need to recheck your entire operating system for anything linked to Games.onesearch.org as soon as you are done with the removal guide below.

How to remove Games.onesearch.org from your PC

Google Chrome

  1. Open your File Explorer.
  2. Go to C:\Users\(your username)\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default.
  3. Select and delete files entitled Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data.
  4. Right-click your Recycle Bin and then select Empty Recycle Bin.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open your File Explorer.
  2. Navigate to C:\Users\(your username)\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\(unique Mozilla profile ID).
  3. Right-click a file called prefs.js and select Delete.
  4. Right-click your Recycle Bin and then select Empty Recycle Bin.

Internet Explorer

  1. Click the Windows button.
  2. Type regedit into a search field and tap Enter on your keyboard.
  3. Go to to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main.
  4. Right-click a registry value entitled Start Page and select Modify.
  5. Replace the unwanted URL with a new one and then click OK.
  6. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes\{0633EE93-D776-472f-A0FF-E1416B8B2E3A}.
  7. Modify the unwanted URL's in the following registry values:
    a) FaviconURL.
    b) FaviconURLFallback.
    c) TopResultURL.
    d) URL.
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