Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

Unwanted redirects to can mean only one thing – a browser hijacker has slithered onto the computer and changed web browsers’ settings. It seems that it can work on all browsers, so if one of your browsers launch when you open it, it is very likely that other browsers installed on your computer have been affected too. If this has really already happened to you, go to get rid of the webpage set because it is not what it seems to be. Although it has an interface of an ordinary search tool, it will not enhance your web browsing experience. As in the case of similar search engines which show up on users’ browsers without their knowledge, it must be true that it has only been developed to generate money for its author. You should know that there are other versions of out there. They might contain numbers from 1 to 20 next to Chromesearch, for example, You are not allowed to keep any of these search providers no matter which of them you encounter. The next paragraph will explain to you why our team of specialists cannot consider these websites reputable.

Although does not differ much from legitimate search providers the way it looks, it might cause you problems instead of helping you to find what you are looking for on the web. It is because it is powered by Custom Google Search which might contain the modified search results. These modified search results might expose users to potential threats by redirecting them to untrustworthy third-party websites. We do not say that problems will immediately arise the first time you click on a modified search result, but, without a doubt, you will risk ending up on an untrustworthy third-party page by using as your default search provider. These third-party pages might contain anything, including malicious software, and might even try to obtain personal information from you, so get rid of it as soon as possible and then set a reputable search provider in its Removal screenshot
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Although the Privacy Policy document informs users that respects their privacy, it is clearly stated there that information about people using this search engine will still be recorded: “We may use the information we collect from you when you register, make a purchase, sign up for a newsletter, respond to a survey or marketing communication, surf the website, or use certain other site features.” Further in this document, it promises not to disclose the collected information to third parties, but it admits that it might provide third-party offers for users, i.e. it does not try to hide the fact that modified search results will be displayed for users. Of course, this does not make it a good search engine. is a browser hijacker, as you already know. If you are reading this article from the beginning, you should already know what to expect from it too. The only thing we have not told you about is how it has sneaked onto your computer. Our malware analysts say that users might see when they open any of their web browsers because a browser hijacker has entered the system successfully in a software bundle. Also, in some cases, users see because they are redirected to this page from another untrustworthy domain. In any event, the presence of this dubious Russian search tool suggests that there is malicious software active on the system.

It should be possible to remove from browsers by resetting them to their default settings. Specialists also suggest checking the Task Scheduler because a Scheduled Task launching periodically could have been added there as well. The sooner you get rid of it, the sooner you could start using a new reputable search provider.


Reset browsers

Internet Explorer

  1. Open your browser and tap Alt+T.
  2. Click Internet Options.
  3. Open the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  4. Put a tick into the Delete personal settings box.
  5. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Alt+H.
  3. Select Troubleshooting information from the drop-down menu.
  4. Locate Refresh Firefox at the top and click on this button.
  5. Click again Refresh Firefox in the pop-up confirmation window.

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome.
  2. Open its menu (Alt+F).
  3. Click Settings.
  4. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  5. Click Reset settings.
  6. In the confirmation window, click Reset.

Remove the Scheduled Task

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Enter Taskschd.msc and click OK.
  3. Delete the Scheduled Task associated with, if you find it there.
  4. Close the window.

In non-techie terms:

It does not matter that looks quite a decent search provider at first glance because research has shown that it is far from trustworthy search tools available because it shows up on browsers without the users’ knowledge thus making users’ preferred URLs gone. Second, it might display the modified search results which are potentially dangerous. Third, it often enters systems with third-party software in software bundles. Consequently, users need to take care of unwanted third-party software too.