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Category: Browser Hijackers is almost identical to search applications called,,,, and others. Therefore, our researchers decided it should also be classified as a browser hijacker just like the mentioned threats. This category does not suggest the program could be malicious, but it does not indicate it as a trustworthy tool either. Provided, you review our full article you should learn more about working manner and the risks associated with it. Slightly below the text, users should find our recommended removal steps showing how to get rid of the browser hijacker too. Plus, users who would like to know anything else related to this threat could leave a comment at the end of this page or contact us via social media. might work on browsers like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. What’s more, our researchers tell it could be distributed with bundled setup files. It means the application might be downloaded accidentally by those who do not bother to pick custom installation settings or pay attention to the given terms on the configuration wizard. As you see in some cases the user has to pick advanced installation settings or else he cannot see the other suggestions, e.g., additional software bundles. However, in the future, it would be advisable not only to read all terms carefully whenever you launch a setup file, but also make sure you download such a file from a trustworthy source and not some P2P file-sharing network. In fact, it is safest to pick the official program’s web page. Of course, with a condition, its developer is reputable and worthy of your trust.

Talking about creators, we do not consider them to be trustworthy. The reason for it is that we have encountered a lot of other browser hijackers created by this company and knowing it continuously releases such browser hijackers does not allow us to characterize it better. The threat’s developers are known as Polarity Technologies Ltd as it is said so in the tool’s Privacy Policy and End User License Agreement papers. After reading them, we learned the application could collect user’s information to show him more tempting or in other words targeted advertisements. The bad news is besides being irritating they might endanger the system too; if the user interacts with them. This risk arises from the fact developers take no responsibility for third-party content and cannot guarantee its safety. For instance, if the ads come from unreliable web pages they could promote similar threats (e.g., adware or other browser hijackers), redirect to sites spreading malware, encourage to participate in fake surveys or lotteries, etc.

All this considered, we do not think it is wise to keep on your browser. Instead, we advise users not to take any chances and get rid of it immediately. Those who have more experience could follow the instructions available below this paragraph and remove it manually. If you would rather employ a reliable security tool, it might be even better since after it scans the system, it could not only detect the browser hijackers and other possible threats, but also allow you to eliminate all detections with a single mouse click.


Internet Explorer

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Type Regedit and click Enter.
  3. Identify a value name know as Start page in the given location: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
  4. Right-click it and choose Modify.
  5. Instead of add a link you prefer and press OK.
  6. Find the given locations:
    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes
  7. Locate the following keys:
  8. Right-click these keys separately and select Delete.
  9. Leave Registry Editor.
  10. Press Win+E.
  11. Locate this path: %APPDATA%
  12. Search for a folder titled {28e56cfb-e30e-4f66-85d8-339885b726b8}, right-click it and choose Delete.
  13. Leave File Explorer.
  14. Empty your Recycle bin.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click Win+E.
  2. Locate a file titled prefs.js in the listed directory: C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{unique user ID}
  3. Open this file as a Notepad document.
  4. Find a line with the threat’s link: user_pref(“browser.startup.homepage”, “”).
  5. Instead of place a link you prefer and press Ctrl+S.
  6. Exit Notepad.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Win+E.
  2. Go to: C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default and find the mentioned files:
    Secure Preferences
    Web Data
  3. Right-click these files separately and select Delete.
  4. Leave File Explorer.
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