Ikasutmi is an extension that, in some cases, has been found to be forced upon users. It was found that the users were pushed to install this add-on via a page that might have been opened in full-screen. At this time, the page no longer works because the installer has been disabled. All in all, this could be one of the many ways this extension is distributed, and so it might be spread still. Were you introduced to the installer of this add-on via a suspicious pop-up or a bundled installer? Maybe you have no clue where this extension came from at all? Whether or not you are confused about the entrance, we recommend scanning your operating system because you do not want to be oblivious to the infections that might be hidden from your sight. Hopefully, there are no other threats, and you can focus on deleting Ikasutmi. Obviously, you have to decide if you want to remove this extension for yourself, but we recommend reading this report to learn more about it before you make your decision.
According to our research, Ikasutmi used to be forced upon users via climbingsu.com. More specifically, this extension used to be represented via climbingsu.com/koj. Did you download the extension after visiting this page? How did you land on it? For example, if you were redirected to it, the chances are that malware is responsible for it. Of course, it is most likely that you clicked a corrupted link routing to this page yourself. At this time, the page does not work, but that is because the installer has been taken down from chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/gealmglkkgnpmcbmfikiehabbhbnekhj. Why was it taken down? It is most likely that the ad-on got too many bad reports, and the administrator of the Chrome web store had to take it down. At the moment, the installer page opens the “404 error” page instead. Notably, if one installer was taken down, that does not mean that a new one cannot be created to serve the same purpose. Also, Ikasutmi could have clones.
Since there is no official source representing Ikasutmi, it is not exactly clear what this extension offers. It used to be represented as “The gray scale of the Web page,” which, of course, is very non-descriptive. According to the information offered by malware researchers, this extension could be used to redirect searches to an unreliable search engine. If that were the case, it could be extremely risky for you to trust the search results shown because they could be misleading and even malicious. As you might have figured out by now, search engines are often used for the representation of ads. While many search tools are elective about the content they promote, malicious and unreliable search tools can put out anything that brings in money or helps achieve malicious goals.
If you decide it is best to remove Ikasutmi, we recommend following the instructions below. Hopefully, you can eliminate this unwanted add-on manually, but do not forget that anti-malware software can help you as well. This option is particularly great if you are dealing with more than one threat at the same time. In this case, a legitimate anti-malware tool would detect and delete malicious threats automatically. While we believe that anyone can eliminate Ikasutmi, we do not know what kinds of other threats might be active. If they are complicated, you might be unable to get rid of them manually. Hopefully, you know what to do, and you are confident about the steps you take. If you are still unsure, do not hesitate to leave a comment with your questions below.