Removal Guide

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Category: Browser Hijackers

If you opened your browser and were introduced to, it is possible that your web browser was hijacked. Maybe that happened with your consent, but even if that is the case, you need to think carefully if this is a search engine you want to trust. What if you were redirected to the page by accident and it will disappear the moment you visit the next page or close the browser? If that is the case, you are in a better position, but do not make the mistake of trusting the tool. Even though it looks pretty much harmless, it is a search tool that you need to eliminate from your life without any hesitation. If that means that you have to delete, do not postpone the task. Before you jump into removal, we recommend that you scan your operating system. Download the free scanner below, and check if there are any threats that you need to take care of. Quite possibly, the suspicious hijacker will be eliminated only after you get rid of the discovered threats.

It is unlikely that is a standalone piece. More likely, it is attached to an extension or a program, and it comes as an integral part. Unfortunately, at the time of research, it was not possible to find the exact tool linked to the hijacker. Most likely, it is created by Polarity Technologies Ltd. because that is also the creator of the suspicious search tool itself. One of the reasons it was created is to promote Are you familiar with this website? It offers access to various online games, and it is possible that you would be forced to accept when playing games on this website. If you are not sure which program or add-on is linked to the hijacker, hopefully, a reliable malware scanner will help you figure that out. While that is a great cause for concern, we really need to focus in on the hijacker itself. Why exactly should you delete it from your browser? After all, it presents links to legitimate websites and a popular search engine, right? The truth is more complicated than that.

Yes, presents easy-access links to such popular websites as,,,,,,,,,, and It is also true that the search field and the search box represented via the hijacker’s interface redirect to The problem is that the service is not reliable. When you click on links, the tool tracks your activity, and then information about it is transmitted to the creator. When you use the search tool, results are changed to include sponsored links. Therefore, even though you might be familiar with Yahoo Search, trusting the hijacker to provide you with reliable results is a bad idea. In fact, you should be concerned about the fact that you are redirected to Yahoo Search in the first place, as that is done without permission. Add that to the hijacker’s ability to track and share information about you and your activity with unknown parties, and you have the perfect reason to delete the infection.

Most likely, you have to remove extensions and uninstall programs to remove as well. The scanner we discussed already might have helped you identify the extension/program you need to eliminate already, and, hopefully, the guide below shows how to take care of that. Note that if your Internet Explorer was hijacked, you need to look for applications, whereas if it is your Chrome or Firefox browser that was affected, you need to delete an extension directly from the browser. The manual removal guide below has got you covered. However, that is not your only option. You also can use the assistance of anti-malware software. This is the option we recommend choosing in any case, but especially if malware and more serious threats are found. Without a doubt, it is most important that software can also take care of your system and browsers in the future, which is why we recommend installing it without further hesitation.

How to delete

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Chrome and tap Alt+F.
  2. Click More tools, then Extensions.
  3. Remove unwanted extensions.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Firefox and tap Alt+T.
  2. Click Add-ons to access Extensions.
  3. Remove unwanted extensions.

Windows 10/8/7/Vista (Internet Explorer)

  1. Right-click the Windows logo on the Taskbar.
  2. Click Run and enter control panel.
  3. Go to Uninstall a program and Uninstall undesirable programs.

Windows XP (Internet Explorer)

  1. Click the Start menu on the Taskbar.
  2. Open Control Panel and then go to Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Remove undesirable programs.
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