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Category: Browser Hijackers

If you often download free software from online hosting websites, you probably have a lot of potentially unwanted programs on your computer. One of these potentially unwanted programs may modify your browser settings as well, resulting in set as your default search engine and home page. Although it is not known to bombard you with third party advertisements, it is strongly recommended to remove from your browser and your computer ASAP, as it would help you to prevent any further malware intrusions.

Sometimes users have no idea what programs they have installed along with the ones they have downloaded. To find out whether you have any potentially unwanted applications installed or not, you should scan your system with SpyHunter free scanner which will detect any potential threats immediately. Afterwards, it is up to you to uninstall the programs and perhaps invest in a reliable antimalware product that would ensure your system’s safety in the future.

However, in the meantime, you need to deal with As you can see, this website looks like a mere search engine, but if you take a closer look you will notice that it is rather odd. For one, there are no additional links or buttons that would allow you to find out more about the website and its developers. What is more, were to try and search for something via, you would see that this “search engine” actually redirects you to the Indian Google page at Thus, there is nothing real about, and one should not make use of this search engine, because it is very likely that it violates your privacy.

It does not matter which browser you use – can affect all main browsers including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Once this browser hijacker finds its way into your browser it can actually employ tracking cookies to collect information on what sites you frequent, and what you are searching for on the web. Actually, at lot of websites employ such practice, and it is not a bad thing as long as you can trust a particular website, but the problem is that cannot be trusted.

Such shady search engines are often employed by third parties to collect data on unsuspecting users, and later on it could be used for various marketing schemes. Also, you will notice that is very unwilling to leave your browser as it tries to block you from changing your home page settings. However, you can reset your browser manually to make the hijacker go away. If it does not help, you then you should seriously run a PC scan with a licensed antimalware to look for potentially malicious files that are plaguing your system.

Reset your browser

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+H and click Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Reset Firefox at the top right corner of a new tab.
  3. Press Reset Firefox on a new pop-up dialog box. Click Finish.

Internet Explorer

  1. Open the browser and press Alt+T. Click Internet options.
  2. Select Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Mark Delete personal settings option and press Reset again.
  4. Click Close.

Change Google Chrome Settings

  1. Press Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Select Open a specific page or set of pages and click Set pages.
  3. Remove, type in a new home page address and click OK.
  4. Click Manage search engines under Search.
  5. Set a new default search engine, delete and press Done.
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