Removal Guide

Threat Level:
Rate this Article:
Comments (0)
Article Views: 720
Category: Browser Hijackers

Have you let in yourself? If you have not, it must have corrupted your browser illegally. On Google Chrome, this threat hijacks the New Tab, and it changes the startup settings to open New Tab. On Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers, the hijacker takes over both the homepage and default search provider. New Tab might be corrupted as well. According to the findings of our research team, most users can delete by eliminating an add-on called “Email Login Now.” Internet Explorer users will find it installed as a computer application instead of a browser extension. For the most part, users choose to install this extension themselves, but that does not make it more reliable. Whether you have installed it yourself or it slithered into your PC without your notice, you need to remove it as soon as possible, and the information in this report will help you.

Polarity Technologies Ltd. has created, as well as (identical to the first hijacker),,, and many other hijackers. It also develops browser extensions (or applications for IE) that are linked to these hijackers, and spreading them is the only purpose for these extensions. They have official installers, and, of course, they are represented in an attractive manner. For example, you can download “Email Login Now” from or the Chrome web store, and in both of these sources the add-on is represented as a tool that can help you access “email sites instantly.” Do you use multiple email accounts by different providers? If you do, you might find the extension helpful, but its services are not worth the risks that follow it. Do you want to have links to Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail, Facebook, and Maps in the same browser bar? Then add them to your bookmarks bar for easy access, and do not install some suspicious extension that, in reality, is not intended for your assistance at all.

It is believed that was created to assists advertisers. What has led us to this conclusion? First of all, the hijacker promotes a search tool that redirects to, which is a search engine often exploited by unreliable hijackers; mainly because it is well-known and trusted. The hijacker is capable of injecting sponsored content, and if you click sponsored links, the threat’s creator is likely to earn money. Are these links legitimate and trustworthy? Some of them might be, but you have to be cautious about malicious and misleading links. It was also found that uses data trackers – such as extensions – to spy on users. Some of the data recorded could be shared with advertisers for a certain price as well. In fact, these advertisers could be permitted to place their own cookies to spy on you, and we have no idea how intrusive those could be. The cookies used by the hijacker can be intrusive because they could potentially record personal information. That is something you can learn about if you check the Privacy Policy. Needless to say, if you reviewed this document before installing the hijacker, it is unlikely that you would have installed it at all.

Is “Email Login Now” active? If it is, you should delete it right away. This should automatically delete as well. If that does not work, you can try changing the homepage URL, which the instructions below show how to do as well. The manual removal of is not that difficult, but we are worried that more serious infections are active on your operating system. If they are, you do not want to waste any time, which you might do by trying to clean your PC manually. If you need help inspecting your PC for malware, we suggest installing a legitimate malware scanner. When it comes to the removal of multiple threats, we suggest getting rid of them at the same time, which you can do by employing a legitimate anti-malware program.

How to delete

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+F.
  2. Move to More tools and then click Extensions.
  3. Click the trash bin button next to the unwanted add-on.
  4. Select Remove.
  5. Tap Alt+F again and select Settings.
  6. Mind the On Startup menu at the bottom.
  7. Overwrite the hijacker’s URL or Remove it.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+T.
  2. Select Add-ons and then move to the Extensions menu.
  3. Remove the unwanted extension.
  4. Tap Alt+T again and select Options.
  5. Navigate to the General menu and go to Home Page.
  6. Overwrite the hijacker’s URL with the preferred URL.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Uninstall the unwanted application via Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features.
  2. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+T.
  3. In the Tools menu select Internet options.
  4. Click the General tab and then move to the Home Page section.
  5. Overwrite the hijacker’s URL and then click OK.
Download Remover for *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter. Screenshots:


Your email address will not be published.


Enter the numbers in the box to the right *