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Category: Browser Hijackers

We do not suggest that you leave on your computer if you find it suddenly in your browsers. This search engine can show up unexpectedly and hijack your browsers; hence the name of its malware infection category: “browser hijacker.” The act of hijacking is illegal, which should normally be just enough reason to remove from your browsers. You need to be very careful with this tool because it may expose you to unreliable third-party advertisements and sponsored links, which can lead to more infections or worse. It is also possible that this infection comes on-board along with other malware programs. Therefore, it is advisable not to hesitate; you need to act now.

This hijacker is mainly spread in freeware bundles over the Internet. However, these packages may hold some unpleasant “surprises” for you, namely, a number of malware infections. The most usual threats that can show up in bundles include adware applications, browser hijackers, and even potentially unwanted applications. These all may be able to introduce you to unsafe third-party web content while browsing the web. The ads these may display and the websites you may be redirected to could be the workings of cyber criminals. That is why you cannot leave any malware on your computer if you want to feel safe.

These infected bundles can be downloaded, for example, by clicking on fake download buttons. That is why it is important not to use questionable shareware sites to download free software. But you also need to be careful with torrent websites because those also host shady third-party ads that may hide such installers. All in all, if your browser have got hijacked, you should delete and tackle the rest of the threats as well.

While this search engine seems to provide its own search results, you may experience empty pages as well. It may depend on location, but we do not advise you to use this tool anyway. As a matter of fact, this hijacker can modify your search results and insert potentially unreliable links. What’s more, this tool may also display third-party ads or use redirections to take you to questionable websites. Either way, the presence of this search engine in your browsers can pose a threat to your virtual security. Therefore, we recommend that you delete as soon as possible.

This browser hijacker does not have an uninstaller, so you cannot eliminate it through Control Panel. If you want to clean this useless tool from your PC, you need to reset all your browsers. That should take care of all the changes in the settings. If you would like some assistance with these, please use our guide below. Fighting malware threats manually can be a rather cumbersome and nerve-wracking business, and you cannot even know how many more infections are still hiding on-board. Therefore, we suggest that you consider installing a professional security tool in order to provide proper protection for your PC. But, even if your computer is protected with this tool, you should always keep all your programs and drivers updated so that you lower the vulnerability level of your operating system.

How to remove

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+H and choose Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox and press Refresh Firefox again.
  3. Click Finish.

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and select Internet Options.
  2. On the Advanced tab, press Reset.
  3. Tick the Delete personal settings checkbox.
  4. Click Reset and click Close.

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and select Settings.
  2. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Reset settings.
  4. Press Reset.
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