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Sometimes you experience a home page change and do not even notice it. Take for example. This search engine can be set to be your home page and if you use Google search engine most of the time, you may not notice the difference, because looks very much like a customized version of Google. However, even though there is not exact infection related to this website, you are strongly advised to remove from your browser, because every single unauthorized home page change is something you should not tolerate.

Although you may have no idea how got into your system, it probably happened, because you download freeware applications from third party websites. Most of the time when is bundled with freeware you can actually choose whether you want to change your home page to this website or not. However, the Decline button on the installation wizard can be barely visible, and you may miss it during the installation. That is why ends up being set up as your default home page.

The search engine on this website does provide you a search function, although it is not recommended to click on the search results, because most of them lead to commercial websites. Unlike legitimate search engines that differentiate between relative search results and featured commercial links, displays them all together, and instead of a general information page, you may end up landing on a commercial website that will attack you with various offers.

The reason why you are advised to remove from your browser is possible security threat from third party websites. Cyber criminals can easily make use of this search engine to redirect you to corrupted websites, and then you are only one step away from malware infection. Thus, change your home page right now to prevent any harm from occurring.

How to restore my home page

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+X and click Internet options.
  2. Under General tab, change your home page address and press OK.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Firefox button and click Options.
  2. Under General tab change your home page address and click OK.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and click Settings.
  2. Under On Startup select Open a specific page or set of pages.
  3. Click Set pages, change your home page address and press OK.

Once you have your home page restored, scan your PC with SpyHunter free scanner, to check whether you have any other undesirable programs on board.

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