Search.emaildefendsearch.com is a suspicious search tool that could replace your regular default search provider as soon as you install Email Defend created by StarGlobe LLCS. Although this program should be available at emaildefend.com, our researchers have found that the Download button on this site does not work. Unfortunately, this does not mean that this unreliable browser extension is inactive. It is likely that you will need to delete Search.emaildefendsearch.com if you execute software bundles introduced to you via unreliable pop-ups. According to our malware researchers, users usually encounter these pop-ups on such unreliable software distribution sites as filewin.com or filewon.com. The bottom line is that if you download Email Defend bundled with third-party programs, you might have to remove them as well.
According to our research, Search.emaildefendsearch.com is identical to another suspicious search tool, Search.realcoolmoviessearch.com, and this one is associated with the RealCoolMovies extension. Neither of these search providers is identified as beneficial or reliable because instead of showing useful search results, they redirect to third-party search engines. For example, you could be redirected to the suspicious plusnetwork.com, or you could be exposed to modified Yahoo Search results. Wherever Search.emaildefendsearch.com routes you, you have to be extremely careful not to click on sponsored links and ads that could route to unreliable sites. As a matter of fact, this is one of the most important reasons/motives to delete this strange search provider right away.
If the removal of Search.emaildefendsearch.com sounds complicated, you might think that you will not be able to handle it manually. In reality, this search provider is very easy to delete, and the instructions below will help you clean your browsers in no time. Note that although it might seem that you need to delete Search.emaildefendsearch.com from your Chrome homepage as well, it is only because Email Defend can set your New Tab to open on startup. Once you remove the extension and change the default search provider, your browsers should be back to normal. Of course, if third-party infections are active on your PC, you might have to perform a few other steps. If you lack experience when it comes to manual removal, install a reliable malware remover that will clean your operating system automatically.
Delete from Mozilla Firefox:
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