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Category: Browser Hijackers

There is possibly no day without a new browser hijacker like emerging on the web. This new search website offers you quick links to major forms as extra features but we do not advise you to use this page at all. In fact, this browser hijacker comes from an infamous family that has given us dozens of useless and potentially unreliable search pages, including,, and These are mainly identical search engines with usually different themes. But it is also possible that sometimes you find exact clones only with different URL addresses. In any case, this hijacker may introduce you to unsafe third-party content, which could cause further infections or exposure to online scams. If you want to stay safe in your virtual world, we suggest that you remove as soon as possible.

You can easily install this browser hijacker if you download free programs from questionable sources, such as and You need to know that the web is filled with fake and malicious file-sharing websites (torrent and shareware) that promote questionable third-party installers that can bundle legitimate free software with useless potentially unwanted programs as well as malware infections. This means that if you install a full software package like this, you can let adware programs, browser hijackers, Trojans, fake alerts, and more onto your system. This could cause multiple virtual security threats if you are not careful enough or quick to react. If this may have happened to you, it is important that you run a reliable malware scanner to identify all the threats hiding on your system after you delete

In order for you to be presented with such a malicious bundle, it is also possible that you click on an unsafe third-party ad. This advertisement can be generated by an adware program that sneaked onto your computer formerly or a browser hijacker that shows you modified search results. No wonder why we emphasize the need for regular malware scanning on your system. It is simply not safe to go online if your computer is infected with even potentially harmful programs. Another possibility is that you land on suspicious websites that host a number of third-party ads. These ads are normally quite annoying but in these cases they are also potentially harmful because you can drop infections, bundles, or even get redirected to malicious websites if you click on them. Unfortunately, cyber criminals are the tricky kind and they realized that unsuspecting users would more readily click on content that does not look like ads. Therefore, you may encounter hidden and disguised third-party ads that show up as buttons or system notifications. It is essential that you only download files from official sources and refrain from clicking on random third-party content. We hope that you see now why it is important that you delete and all other threats you may detect on your system.

This featured search website offers you easy access to local weather, news ( and official forms, such as “1040” (, “W-9,” and “W-4” on a fake toolbar. Since this website is considered to be potentially unreliable, we believe that it is a lot safer for you to simply bookmark pages you would like to reach easily or the ones you use frequently. You can also find a couple of thumbnail links below the main search box that you can hide or show if you click on the designated link. The worst part apart from the local weather widget page that can contain potentially unsafe third-party ads, is definitely the search engine.

Your queries are first forwarded to this threat’s own web server and then, to a Yahoo results page. Unfortunately, you cannot trust this page even if it seemingly comes from a reputable search engine. When accessed from this browser hijacker, it is possible that the results page contains unreliable third-party ads and links. This is how this hijacker can make some easy money, i.e., through generating web traffic to affiliated websites. However, if you happen to click on corrupt ads and links, you can drop infections or open malicious pages in your browser. When you land on a fake website, you do not necessarily know that it is malicious. This is the trick and the trap. For instance, you may find yourself on an online shop site that offers a product at a very low price that you actually want to buy. Would you consider that this might be a malicious page? Or would you just go for it and buy it right away? Well, unfortunately, the second option may end in your sharing your banking details with criminals who could steal your money. We recommend that you do not waste more time and remove from your computer.

If you are ready to act, all you need to do is modify the home page settings in your browsers. This infection may affect all your major browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer as well. If you have never done this before, you can use our instructions below. But, if you are looking for a method to keep your PC safe and clean, we can advise you to keep all your programs and drivers always up-to-date, stay away from suspicious websites and clicking on questionable content. In addition to all this, you can also install a trustworthy malware removal application, such as SpyHunter.

How to remove from browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and open Settings.
  2. In the On Startup section, mark Open a specific page or set of pages.
  3. Click Set pages.
  4. Add a new URL address and remove the undesirable URL from the list.
  5. Click OK.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+T and select Options.
  2. Choose General in the left panel.
  3. Press the Restore to Default button.

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and choose Internet options.
  2. Select the General tab and click the Use default button.
  3. Press OK.
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