OnePlayer is another bad toolbar that belongs to the Conduit toolbar family. You should not hesitate to remove this infection the moment you notice your homepage and search engine changed without your permission. Compatible with all mayor browsers, this toolbar is dangerous because the longer it runs on your system, the higher is the possibility that you will be exposed to malicious content while surfing the Internet. If you have recently downloaded illegitimate software or clicked on the suspicious links, it is possible that OnePlayer might have entered your system so you need to hurry up to delete this bad toolbar before it is not too late.
OnePlayer does not attempt to hide itself; therefore, if your homepage and search engine have been automatically changed that means this infection is already present on your system. Besides adding a redundant toolbar to your browser, OnePlayer switches your default search provider to trovi.com (on Mozilla Firefox, search.conduit.com). This search engine might provide results that can be unreliable, and thus lead you to sites that contain malware. So, if you hesitate to remove OnePlayer, you might easily infect your system with Trojans, worms, ransomware, and other threats.
Like Appbario Toolbar, Imminent Community Toolbar, DivX Browser Bar Toolbar, and other malware developed by Conduit, OnePlayer is mostly distributed via software bundles. You might find these software packages on suspicious download websites that offer freeware or shareware. You will be less likely to infect your computer with OnePlayer, and additional malicious applications, if you choose reliable sources to download your software from; also, remember to opt for legitimate software. If you do not want to remove malicious programs that might sneak onto your machine with OnePlayer, do not forget to familiarize yourself with the installation wizard; also, choose a Custom/Advanced installation process as it will allow you to uncheck the unwanted applications.
Thus, if you want to regain control your Internet browser, you will need to delete OnePlayer from your system once and for all. To help you with this task, we have provided step-by-step instructions that should guide you through the procedure without any complications. However, bear in mind that OnePlayer might leave some unwanted traces that can be active after the removal. Legitimate antimalware software is what you need if you want to clean up your computer completely and not to worry that OnePlayer might be restored.
Windows 8 and 8.1
Windows 7 and Vista