Removal Guide

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The home address of is pretty shocking, but the reference has nothing to do with the content that is available via the page. So, what’s up with the name? Most likely, the creator of this strange search engine was running out of ideas, or they just picked the first thing that came to mind. In any case, the name of the search engine is not the only strange thing about it. In fact, we should forget about it altogether because there are much more important things to discuss. For example, do you know anything about how this search tool works? Most likely, you do not, and that is because there is no website representing it, and its creators have not prepared any official information or legal statements to make its activity more transparent. Is this an issue? Of course, it is. In fact, it is the main reason our research team suggests that you delete Are you confused? If you are, you should continue reading this report to learn all about the search tool. If you cannot wait to remove it, follow the instructions below.

Our malware research team has found two separate ways in which could be introduced to the users of Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and other web browsers. In the first scenario, these users are redirected to the search engine via unreliable sites (e.g., If that is the case, all you need to do is avoid visiting such websites. In a different scenario, the user downloads a seemingly beneficial extension or application, and comes bundled with it. Other suspicious programs, add-ons, or even malware files could come bundled as well. Click the Download link below, install the free malware scanner, and you will learn soon enough if you need to remove anything malicious. If malware is discovered, you should not wait to delete it because malicious infections can cause serious security problems. The search tool we are discussing in this report is not currently identified as malware because there is insufficient proof that would tell us otherwise. That being said, we cannot advise trusting or using it for web browsing.

Although might seem pretty trustworthy, it is the opposite of that. Sure, it gives you access to the games available on,,, and other online gaming websites, and it can give you the time and local weathercast right on the home page, but it cannot be trusted. That is because you do not know how its cookies work, and whether or not they can record personal information. You also do not know what kind of information records when you use it, and you do not know which other parties could have access to the recorded data. For all you know, this search tool could record your browsing history and sell it to malicious parties who intend to scam you. If personal information is recorded, your virtual identity could be at risk too. If you have used the search function of this engine, you know that all queries – without permission or warning – are redirected to Google Search. Fortunately, the results are not modified, and so if you have interacted with any results, you should be fine.

Do you agree that it is best to remove from your web browser? Hopefully, you do, and you can move on with doing something about it. We suggest resetting the browser and erasing extensions and applications related to it. Note that extensions do not exist on Internet Explorer. Instead, this browser can be controlled via applications that are installed onto the system. Even if you are on Chrome or Firefox, you should still use the instructions under “Internet Explorer” to learn how to uninstall undesirable apps. Hopefully, you know exactly what you are dealing with, and if you do not, scan your system. What if the infections found on your computer and browsers are too complicated for you to tackle? If they are, anti-malware software is your answer. It is also the answer to those looking for a way to protect their system against PUPs, hijackers, and malware in the future. Note that it can automatically delete threats too.

How to delete

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch Firefox, tap Alt+H, select Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox to reset the browser.
  3. Restart the browser and tap keys Ctrl+Shift+A.
  4. In the Extensions menu Remove unwanted extensions.

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch Chrome, tap Alt+F, select Settings.
  2. Scroll down, click Advanced, and scroll down to Reset and clean up.
  3. Click Reset settings to their original defaults and click RESET SETTINGS.
  4. Restart the browser, tap Alt+F, navigate to More tools, click Extensions.
  5. Remove unwanted extensions.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch Internet Explorer, tap Alt+T, select Internet options.
  2. Click the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Select Delete personal settings, click Reset, click OK.
  4. Click the Windows logo on the Taskbar and select Control Panel, or if you use Windows 10, enter control panel into the search field on the Taskbar and launch the utility.
  5. Navigate to Uninstall a program and then Uninstall unwanted applications.
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