It would be wrong to classify Myallsearch.com as a browser hijacker because it is unlikely to attack your browsers without any warning. However, treating it as a harmless search tool is not a path you should take either. This strange search tool does not have an official download page, and it usually comes bundled with third-party software. If malware is attached to this search tool – and it all depends on the installer – you have to think whether or not it is reliable. Sure, malicious installers can bundle extremely dangerous threats along with legitimate and reliable software, but who’s to say that the search tool itself is not one of these dangerous threats. Of course, we have already established that it is not considered a hijacker, but we do not identify as a reliable, useful, and harmless search tool either. In fact, there are a few important reasons to delete Myallsearch.com from your web browsers.
Did you know what Myallsearch.com is identical to Mywebsearch.com? Although it is unknown if these search tools were created by the same company, it is obvious that they mirror one another. Needless to say, authentic and reliable search tools are always original, and they do not mimic other search providers. This is the first sign that maybe Myallsearch.com is not as great as you might have been made to believe at first. It should become obvious that this search tool is not beneficial the moment you try to browse the web using it. If you use the “Web” mode to look up information, you will be introduced to a search engine that has the “powered by Google” tag attached to it. According to our researchers, the custom Google search engine is used to represent Web search results. If you try looking up Images or Videos, you will be shown engines representing AOL and Bing search providers, respectively. Obviously, there is no point in using a search tool that redirects to third-party search providers, even if they are authentic. Our research team believes that this is the most important reason to remove the search tool.
We recommend resetting your browsers to get rid of Myallsearch.com along with the cookies that might have been installed. Although this will eliminate all cookies on your browser, this is a safe move. If you want to target only malicious cookies, we suggest installing a reliable malware scanner to help you identify them. You can also turn to automated malware removal software. In fact, we strongly advise using it for the elimination of existing threats, especially if a software bundle was executed, and a bunch of suspicious programs are floating around. The guide below shows how to reset IE, Chrome, and Firefox browsers. Since you cannot reset Edge, you might have to perform more steps than the users of other browsers. Luckily, the operation is not complicated.
MyAllSearch is a suspicious search provider which you can find at myallsearch.com. The application promises you fast search results from leading search engines. This means that the search results provided by the tool actually represent other search providers. For example, if you choose to browse Web results, you will be offered to check the results of Bing, Yahoo, Google, WebCrawler, Blekko, DuckDuckGo, MetaSearch, and similar tools. The same goes with the search results of Images, Videos, Downloads, Blogs and Torrents. Even though the search provider is not considered to be dangerous, it presents a suspicious toolbar which you are offered to install onto Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Safari browsers. Continue reading to learn if you should delete MyAllSearch.com toolbar.
If you have downloaded the toolbar from myallsearch.com/mysearchbar, it is possible that the home page and the default search provider of the active browsers have been modified as well. Even though the plugin is published by ClientConnect LTD, there is no doubt that it has been created on the Conduit platform. Hyves Toolbar, ChatVibes Toolbar and ConnectSo Toolbar are a few of the Conduit applications which offer home page and search provider modifications as well. If during the installation of MyAllSearch.com toolbar you have checked the boxes indicating that you accept the installation of Trovi search, it is possible that now the removal of the plugin is not your only worry. There is no doubt that you could employ much more beneficial search tools. We also recommend that you remove MyAllSearch toolbar because it does not provide beneficial services either. Of course, you can use the toolbar if you want easy-access links to myallsearch.com, PlayVids, Value Apps, and similar questionable online services.
Even though it is unlikely for MyAllSearch.com software to enter the PC without your authorization, you certainly should delete it if this is the case. You can remove MyAllSearch if you have installed the toolbar onto the browsers yourself as well. Even though the plugin and the search provider are not considered to be malicious, most computer users do not find them to be all that useful either. You can follow the manual removal guides below to delete the undesirable toolbar and the search tools from the popular browsers. Post a comment below if any of the removal steps are unclear to you. We also recommend installing authentic security software to keep the system guarded against more intrusive and dangerous programs.
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