Any Search Manager is not an application that should be up and running on your operating system. In fact, we urge users that already have it to remove it without second thoughts. Doing so is essential because it happens to be one more potentially unwanted program. Malware researchers at our internal labs have classified it in such a way because it exhibits invasive functionality. It has been discovered that this application can alter your browser's default settings without any notification or authorization. As a consequence of that, browsing the Internet will become an annoying and frustrating experience, to put it lightly. What is even more concerning is that this potentially unwanted program could be the primary reason other suspicious applications might gain access to your operating system without your knowledge. To help you delete Any Search Manager once and for all, we include a detailed removal guide, which you can find below.
It is essential to highlight the fact that Any Search Manager is primarily marketed as a tool that should enhance your online experience by improving online searching capabilities. Due to such advertising strategy, quite a few users obtain and install this potentially unwanted program. Unfortunately, statements about its beneficial functionality are questionable at best. During the extensive analysis, our research team has discovered that this intrusive application is capable of altering your browser's default settings without requiring your consent. Right upon intrusion it installs a suspicious third-party extension, which makes and maintains modifications within your web browser. The main alteration is of your default search engine. Even though it seems like an irrelevant change, you must know that it will have a profoundly negative effect on the way you experience the web on a daily basis. That is so because for as long as this potentially unwanted will be active on your operating system, you will have no choice but to use a suspicious third-party search engine for every single online query. What makes matters even more annoying is that the newly appointed search engine can present you with a large number of sponsored results, which might have nothing to do with your original query. As you can see, due to this potentially unwanted program surfing the web the way like will no longer be possible. To restore your browser's default settings, be sure to remove Any Search Manager as soon as it is found active on your operating system. To do that without a lot of trouble, use the instructions that we provide below.
It is critical to note that even though you can obtain Any Search Manager from its official site, in some instances it might be distributed via software bundles. That is an incredibly dangerous instance because such setup files tend to host numerous questionable and even dangerous programs. Thus, if you already have this potentially unwanted program active on your PC, be sure to check your operating system for other dubious software. Upon further analysis, out researchers discovered that the search engine in question could present you with modified search results, some of which could be embedded with redirect links that might lead you to dangerous websites. By clicking on such a result, you risk of ending up on a web page crafted by malware developers. In a worst-case scenario just entering such a site might be enough to infect your PC with some unknown malware. You could also encounter fake online stores via a redirection. Such devious shops are set up by cyber crooks for a simple reason - to steal your credit card data and otherwise sensitive information. As you can see, this potentially unwanted program could prove to be quite dangerous. Do not take chances with Any Search Manager and conduct its thorough removal at the very same instance that it is found active on your PC.
Remove Any Search Manager at the very same instance that it is found active on your operating system. Doing so is essential; otherwise, the invasive change of your search engine will continue to bother you. Delete this potentially unwanted program in just a few simple steps by following the instructions below. Right after you are done with the removal guide, be sure to analyze your operating system for potential traces associated with Any Search Manager. We recommend doing so because just a few leftovers might be enough for this invasive application to continue working. Also, those traces might be used for a restoration procedure of Any Search Manager. If you happen to be a user, who finds manual removal and analysis of your operating system a bit too complicated, delete Any Search Manager automatically by using a professional antimalware tool.
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