You probably must be rather confused to see your default homepage and search engine changed to Sugabit.net. This search page belongs to a browser hijacker that slithers into your system together with freeware applications and then changes default browser settings without any notification. The program is annoying and harmful, so if you care about your system and your data security, you will see to it that Sugabit.net gets removed from your PC as soon as possible. We provide generic manual removal instructions below this article, but it would be for the best to actually acquire a licensed antispyware tool and deal with this issue automatically.
The browser hijacker can affect Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. It basically means that almost everyone can get infected with this application. Our concern is that some users may consider this search engine a reliable search tool because it uses the custom version of the Bing search engine. However, we can assure you that there is nothing trustworthy about this program, and the sooner you realize that his browser hijacker cannot be trusted, the better.
The point is that, even though this search engine seems to be providing you with relevant search results, it modifies the sequence in which you see those results. Depending on your web browsing habits, some of the links and results might be displayed higher, with the intention to make you click them. If you click those results, you help the people behind this browser hijacker make easy money, but there is no way to know where you land. Browser hijackers do not check whether the third parties they work with provide reliable content. Sometimes, the sites could be associated with malware distribution, and it is only a matter of time until you get infected with severe computer security threats.
Sugabit.net has been created by the same people who developed isearch.omiga-plus.com, mystartsearch.com, Webssearches.com, and so on. This means that this browser hijacker comes from the notorious Qone8 Virus family, which seems to have been pretty silent for a while. However, this program is really nasty because it can change your target line, and from there, no matter how many times you would change your browser settings, the browser hijacker would set its own search engine again.
Nevertheless, there is no need to panic because there is a way to restore your browser settings. Simply follow the instructions below this description and you will be able to remove Sugabit.net from your browser. Yet, restoring your browser settings is not enough to get rid of all the potential security threats.
Since there is no way for this browser hijacker to enter your computer individually, it means that you have installed it accidentally with some freeware application. Even if you wanted to have the program in question, it would be for the best to remove it from your PC because you can never know what other programs might enter your system through this application that indulges in cooperating with third parties.
Scan your PC with the SpyHunter free scanner to locate all the other unwanted applications. Remove them automatically and protect your system with a legitimate antispyware program that would notify you of any potential threat the moment it detects it.
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