Tgmgo.com is a search engine that has definitely not been created to improve people’s web browsing and searching experience even though it pretends to be a reputable search engine. According to researchers, most probably, this search provider has been developed to generate revenue for its author only because it has been revealed that it might provide advertisements for users. This search provider cannot be trusted fully also because it acts like a browser hijacker. Specifically speaking, it changes the settings of browsers without a user’s consent so that it would be opened when Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox is launched by a user. If you have opened your browser and discovered a new search tool set on browsers too, delete it right now so that you could set a new trustworthy search provider instead. Do this after reading this article. We are sure you will have plenty of motivation to erase it after finding more information about this dubious search engine.
Tgmgo.com displays Google search results. Unlike other untrustworthy search engines, it does not show the so-called sponsored search results. At least, it does not do that at the time of writing. According to specialists, there is a huge possibility that Tgmgo.com will start delivering the sponsored content in a quite aggressive manner sooner or later. For example, it might display advertisements for you on its main page, or you might find ads on the search results page together with harmless Google search results. The presence of these ads is not the fault of the reliable Google search engine. Instead, this shows that the developer of Tgmgo.com has made it in such a way that advertisements could be displayed for users together with ordinary search results. Unfortunately, this means that many users can click on these ads without even realizing that. Believe us; the commercial content might be dangerous, especially when it is shown by a dubious search engine. In the worst case scenario, you might end up on a website containing bad software.
Even though you do not see ads, it does not mean that you can keep Tgmgo.com and use it as your default search provider. As research conducted by our specialists has revealed, this questionable search engine might also collect information about users (mainly various details associated with the user’s browsing habits and behavior are recorded, but there are no guarantees that the personal data will not be touched). On top of that, it has been found that it uses the same domain server as certain ads on adult websites. This definitely makes it an untrustworthy search provider. Therefore, its removal should be your top priority now.
The last paragraph of this article will help you to delete Tgmgo.com from browsers easily; however, before reading it and going to erase this questionable search engine, you should find out more about its distribution. This will help you to prevent similar infections from sneaking onto your PC in the future. You do not need to tell us that you have not set this search tool yourself because we already know that the majority of people find this dubious search engine set on their browsers because a browser hijacker has entered their computers. As recent research carried out by our specialists has shown, this threat usually travels inside bundled malicious installers. As a consequence, users do not notice when a new search engine is set on their computers. Malicious software knows how to hide well, so it is not always easy to find out that an undesirable program is going to be installed on the system. Do not worry; there is still a way to prevent malicious applications from entering the computer – an automatic malware remover can help you, so install it immediately after you take care of Tgmgo.com.
It would be naive to expect that Tgmgo.com will disappear from browsers one day. Therefore, you should take actions right now. Specialists say that you will no longer see the presence of this search tool after resetting browsers to their default settings; however, if it happens that you encounter a new version of this threat that cannot be removed so easily, you should go to scan your PC with an automatic malware remover, e.g. SpyHunter.