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Category: Browser Hijackers

Would you let in a search tool if you knew that it was unreliable and useless? We are sure that you would not, and so if you have let in, it is most likely that you have been tricked into thinking that this browser hijacker is a harmless search tool that can help you surf the web. Of course, there is very little information about this hijacker, and so we cannot say that it is the most dangerous hijacker in the virtual world, but it is pretty obvious that it is useless. Without a doubt, that is the first reason to delete from your browser. Another reason to get rid of this infection is a little more confusing, but if you continue reading, you will learn more about it. If you do not care to learn more about this threat, and all you want to do is eliminate it, you can scroll down below to find a full removal guide below. might have been created by the same company that stands behind two other browser hijackers, and All of these infections follow the same Privacy Policy, and, virtually, they all work the same. In fact, we should say that they do not work in the same way. If you try surfing the web using this tool, you will be redirected to a blank page with no results. According to the message that displays instead of search results, results were not found due to your search “query.” In reality, you will not be shown any results regardless of what you type into the search dialog box. Is this just a temporary thing? Unfortunately, we do not know this, but the hijacker is unable to find the search results you need, and that is the best reason to remove it from your browser as soon as possible. We also recommend removal because this threat can track your virtual activity using tracking cookies, and because it can showcase third-party links. Keep in mind that the search results shown by the hijacker – if it worked – could showcase unreliable content.

It is very important to figure out how got into your operating system. Since it is unlikely that this infection entered on its own, it is wise to employ a legitimate malware scanner and check your operating system immediately. Hopefully, serious threats are not found, and you can delete them manually using the guides available on our site. If you are dealing with unknown threats, or ones that you cannot delete manually, using an anti-malware tool is the best idea. Note that you need to employ a reputable and up-to-date anti-malware tool. If you are not selective and careful, you could end up downloading a rogue that could be even more dangerous than the malware that is already active on your PC. If you need the advice of our malware research team, please do not hesitate to post a comment below. You can also use the comments section to add the hijacker-related questions.

The guide below can help you erase unwanted extensions and reset the browsers. According to our research team, this is all that users need to do to remove for good. Of course, you will not get your operating system and browsers completely cleaned and protected by using this guide. As mentioned already, if more serious threats are active, employing a trustworthy anti-malware tool is the best thing for you. It is most important that besides erasing existing threats, this tool can keep your operating system guarded against all others. So, if you want to have your operating system cleaned and protected, installing anti-malware software is what we recommend.

How to delete

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch Explorer by tapping keys Win+E.
  2. Enter Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features into the bar at the top.
  3. Uninstall the application that might be linked to the hijacker.
  4. Open the browser, tap Alt+T, and choose Internet options.
  5. Click the Advanced tab and then click Reset.
  6. Select Delete personal settings and then click Reset again.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and enter chrome://extensions/ into the address bar.
  2. In the Extensions menu click the recycle bin next to the unwanted add-on and choose Remove.
  3. Enter chrome://settings/ into the address bar to access the Settings menu.
  4. Scroll down and click Advanced to expand the menu.
  5. Scroll down to the Reset menu and click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and enter about:addons into the address bar.
  2. In the Extensions menu click the Remove button next to the unwanted add-on.
  3. Now tap Alt+H to access the Help menu and then click Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click the Refresh Firefox button to reset the browser.
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