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Category: Browser Hijackers

Do not mistake for a regular search provider. Whether it hijacks your browsers or you are redirected to it by the Globasearch hijacker, trusting its services might be a mistake. Although it appears to represent Google, Wikipedia, Yahoo, and Bing search, we do not recommend trusting it. Of course, if it has hijacked your browsers without your permission – and this is most likely to be the case – you will realize that this search tool is unpredictable and potentially unreliable. Now, if your homepage and search provider tools were replaced with your consent, it might be more difficult to see the negative sides of this strange search tool. If you wish to learn more before you decide whether or not to delete from your browsers, please continue reading this report.

According to our researchers, most victims of live in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Indonesia, Thailand, and Algeria. Of course, this hijacker could corrupt your browsers if you live in other countries as well. In fact, most users are not actually dealing with or its clones, such as and As mentioned previously, this search tool is usually represented by Globasearch. This is a malicious hijacker that conceals itself by redirecting to other search pages. Of course, if that is the case, it is Globasearch that requires removal, not some third-party search tool. Nevertheless, it is possible that the malicious hijacker we are discussing will corrupt your browsers, and it could do that along with other unreliable programs. In fact, it is possible that much more malicious programs could slither into your operating system using the same installer.

SafeWeb Studio is introduced to users as the developer of Considering how many clones this hijacker has and that different companies are associated with every single one of them, it is possible that the real developer is concealed. The hijacker itself is very suspicious, and many things raise questions. For example, what kind of information does it collect? The Privacy Policy suggests that the cookies and web beacons employed by SafeWeb Studio collect only non-personally identifiable information. This is good news; however, you must keep in mind that unreliable parties could use this kind of information as well. For example, your web browsing history could be used to figure out what kind of content you are more likely to interact with. Have you encountered any pop-ups? They could have been created based on the information collected about you, which should raise the chances of you interacting with them.

The pop-up advertisements introduced to you by might seem completely reliable, but we do not recommend interacting with them even if they are. There is a risk of encountering malicious surveys, promotions, shopping deals, and other content that is set up to lure you in. Schemers are always using vulnerable programs to scam users, and this browser hijacker could provide the right security backdoor. Hopefully, that is not the case; however, if you have disclosed personal information by interacting with these pop-ups, you need to be cautious about any scams. Note that ads could be introduced to you by adware installed by the same downloaders that are used to install According to our research, these downloaders might be found on,,,, and similar websites.

Anti-malware software can solve many issues for you. It can remove all existing threats, and since it is possible that you need to eliminate other infections besides the hijacker, this is the best solution. What is more, this software can take care of your Windows protection, so that you would not need to worry about the malicious attacks of other malicious infections. Of course, it is possible to remove manually as well. If you follow the steps shown below, you will replace this unwanted search provider with the desired one. If you face trouble with any of the steps or the entire operation, you can contact us by commenting below. Needless to say, if you are facing difficulties, it is best to employ automated malware detection and removal software.

How to delete

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and tap Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings and first find the On Startup menu.
  3. Choose Open a specific page or set of pages and click Set pages.
  4. Overwrite the undesirable option and click OK.
  5. Move to the Appearance menu.
  6. Choose Show home button, click Change, and repeat step 4.
  7. Go to Search and click Manage search engines…
  8. Click Make default on the preferred provider.
  9. Click X on the unwanted provider and then click Done.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Options and move to the General menu.
  3. Overwrite the URL in the Home Page box.
  4. Move to the Search menu and select the preferred provider.
  5. Select the unwanted provider and click the Remove button.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the browser and tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Internet options and click the General tab.
  3. Overwrite the Home Page URL and click OK.
  4. Tap Alt+T one more time and click Manage Add-ons.
  5. In the Search Providers menu Set as default the preferred provider.
  6. Remove the undesirable provider and click Close.
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