Feed.tinychill.com (portal.tinychill.com) is a search engine that does not offer original search results and that is classified as a browser hijacker. Instead of showing original results, it redirects to a third-party search engine. If this third-party engine is popular and well-known, people might assume that the results shown are trustworthy. For example, Yahoo Search could be employed. Unfortunately, the results shown via this engine could be adjusted by the hijacker, and they could be unreliable. Needless to say, if you interact with results that could unreliable, you could jeopardize your virtual security. This is why you need to be extremely careful. Of course, you should not leave it all up to chance. What you want to do is remove all risks that you might be exposed to. Therefore, we suggest deleting Feed.tinychill.com and the associated software from your browser and operating system without further delay. Continue reading to learn more about the hijacker, and do not forget that you can continue the discussion in the comments section below.
According to our malware researchers, Feed.tinychill.com is closely associated with third-party browser hijackers. Search.SafeFinder.com, SideCubes.com, and Snap.do are the hijackers that have been linked. Feed.tinychill.com could redirect to these search engines, and the results shown via them could be risky to interact with. The hijacker also has a unique extension associated with it, and it is called “TinyChill.” It used to be presented to Google Chrome users via the Chrome web store, but that is not the case anymore. This is a good sign that the extension is not exactly trustworthy. When the installer on the Chrome web store was still available, it introduced the extension as a tool that could enable a “Private Search Experience.” It does not look like an official download website exists either, which is a bad sign. If you go to tinychill.com, you are introduced to portal.tinychill.com instead. Of course, there is always a possibility that bundled downloaders and unreliable sources could be used to promote the suspicious extension. All in all, if you have downloaded it onto your Google Chrome web browser, we strongly recommend deleting it.
Overall, if you have been redirected to search engines or websites via Feed.tinychill.com, it is possible that you have unwanted programs installed on your computer and unwanted extensions installed on your Chrome browser. If you discover such programs and extensions, you can use the instructions below to try to delete them. Of course, we advise running a full system scan first. If you are warned about threats, you want to remove them immediately. Hopefully, you can find removal guides on this website, but if you cannot, let us know via the comment section. Note that the manual removal guide below does not guarantee that you will completely remove Feed.tinychill.com-related threats. Luckily, if you install legitimate anti-malware software, you should have all threats deleted automatically. Additionally, the software should secure your system to ensure that you do not have to deal with hijackers and other types of threats in the future.