Search.youreasyemailsh.com may show up on your computer and hijack your browsers, so we are here to warn you about this new malware infection. It was not easy for us to identify this browser hijacker since it is almost identical to all other featured search websites coming from the same family, including Search.wallstreetwatch.co, Search.searchtmpn.com, and Search.searchgmfs.com. The creator team, Polarity Technologies Ltd., seems to have endless creativity to come up with newer and newer themes for these search pages; although, some are completely identical clones with a different URL. This hijacker may pose a threat to your system security with the third-party web content it may display to you. What's more, it can also enter your system along with other malicious programs and thus cause multiple system security-related issues. Therefore, we suggest that you remove Search.youreasyemailsh.com from your computer as soon as possible.
The truth is that you can actually download and install this browser hijacker officially if you visit its promotional webpage, youreasyemails.com, or the Chrome web store at chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/your-easy-emails/djljiafaapoamecaidnjdgfepdcbeike. Before you install a browser extension, there is always a pop-up window that comes up and informs you about the permissions you need to agree with by clicking the "Add extension" button. We advise you to read this pop-up carefully because you may not want to grant certain rights to an unreliable tool like this and end up being spied on and the gathered data sold to questionable third parties. But we do not even believe that too many users would find these channels to install this tool officially. So let us tell you why, in the first place, we advise you to delete Search.youreasyemailsh.com.
The real issue here is that this browser hijacker can also be found in freeware bundles, which means that it can infiltrate your system in the company of other malware infections as well as potentially unwanted programs. Such a lot can cause serious system security issues for you and your system by, for example, exposing you to malicious third-party web content and thus infecting you with further threats or scamming you online to steal your money. A bundle can carry all kinds of malicious software installers, including adware programs, browser hijackers, fake alerts, backdoors, keyloggers, Trojans, and so on. You can download such a software package if you happen to download free software or cracked programs from suspicious file-sharing websites like filewon.com, filewin.com, and malavida.es.
Most of the time these sites promote and host bundles instead of single files. But you can also drop a bundle when you click on the wrong third-party advertisement on such sites as well as on suspicious online betting, gaming, dating, and video streaming sites. Yet another option for you to be exposed to unsafe third-party ads is that your PC is infected with adware, for example. This is exactly why we recommend that you use a trustworthy malware scanner to detect all threats on board after you delete Search.youreasyemailsh.com.
This unreliable search website features quick links to major e-mail provider websites, such as Yahoo Mail, Gmail, and Hotmail, as well as popular sites like Facebook. But you can also find the general standard tools on the fake toolbar: the search tool, the News, and the Local Weather links. Please note that these links could take you to pages where you could be introduced to a number of questionable third-party advertisements. There are several thumbnail links below the main search box, which also redirect you to the same websites as the buttons on the toolbar.
The worst about this browser hijacker is possibly its search engine. All your queries are taken to a modified Yahoo search results page where you may be exposed to unreliable affiliates' ads and links. If you were to engage with the wrong content on this page, you could drop infections behind your back or end up on malicious pages specialized in online scams. All in all, we believe that it is best for you to remove Search.youreasyemailsh.com right now.
Since this browser hijacker may only change your homepage settings, it could be enough for you to restore those settings in the affected browsers (Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome). However, we have found that it is more effective if you reset these browsers in case there are other browser-relate threats, too. Please use our guide below if you have never reset your browsers before. You cannot forget about the possibility that there could be other infections and potentially unwanted programs on board as well. Leaving any of these in hiding could threaten the operations of your system as well as your browsing experience. Therefore, we advise you to install a reliable malware removal application like SpyHunter, which can automatically sort out your system security issues for you.