Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

Not much is known about, but what we do know for certain is that the application is considered to be a browser hijacker. The reason the search engine ended up in this category is the way it can change user’s browser preferences. Apparently, the tool could hijack Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome by replacing its default search provider, start page, or new tab page. Not to mention, it's provided results might have unreliable links to possibly malicious web pages. In other words, if you encountered this application, the safest solution would be probably to delete as soon as possible. If you agree with us, we can offer you a removal guide we added at the end of this report. Users who read the article too can learn more about the browser hijacker’s working and distribution manner.

As usual, we would like to begin with the ways this search engine could access your browser. Our researchers noticed that the application is using a particular Russian search tool called Consequently, it is entirely possible the threat was created by developers from Russia and so it could be distributed with other unreliable software created in this country. might be bundled with such programs; thus, users may accept it unknowingly if they rush the installation process or pay no attention to the terms given by the setup wizard. In most cases, bundled applications are set to be installed automatically, although the user might be given an opportunity to deselect them, so if he does not, it is understood the user agrees to install additional tools. If you do not want to be one of those users who allows threats to enter the system without even realizing it, we urge you to be more cautious and perhaps even take extra precautions, e.g., acquire a legitimate antimalware Removal screenshot
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In any case, if already managed to hijack your browser there are a couple of things you should know about it. To begin with, our researchers noticed that it redirects user’s search queries through and the results you receive in the end could be modified. It means the browser hijacker might inject them with additional advertising content at the time it redirects you through another search engine. It is unknown where such content could come from or what it might advertise since there is no End User License Agreement and the application’s Privacy Policy statements do not mention it. All the document says is that may gather anonymous user data and share it with “third party advertising and content companies.” Therefore, we can only assume it could be done to provide targeted advertising content. Under these circumstances, there is a possibility probably not all, but some of the ads might be malicious, e.g., may advertise other browser hijackers, malware, scam websites, and so on.

In conclusion, could be possibly dangerous to search the Internet with and so we would not recommend using it if you do not want to risk your computer’s safety. Our researchers say you can easily get rid of it by simply resetting the hijacked browser. Readers who need some help with the task can follow the removal guide we added below this text. Those who do not wish to reset their browsers could perform a system scan with a reputable antimalware tool instead.


Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+X.
  2. Select Internet Options.
  3. Open the Advanced tab.
  4. Click Reset and mark Delete personal settings.
  5. Press Reset again and click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press the Help icon.
  2. Select Troubleshooting information.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox.
  4. Press Refresh Firefox.
  5. Click Finish.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings and slide down.
  3. Click on Advanced.
  4. Scroll down again and select Reset.
  5. Press the Reset button.

In non-techie terms: is not a tool we would suggest you use if you do not want to risk encountering targeted and possibly malicious advertising content since there is a possibility the search engine could show it while you search the Internet. The browser hijacker might also annoy the user as it may replace his browser preferences and place itself instead of the user’s homepage, new tab page, or default search engine. Thus, if you wish to go back to the way your browser settings were before the application appeared, we encourage you not to hesitate any longer and erase it at once. The task is not a difficult one and users who need any guidance can follow the instructions placed above this text. Additionally, we could suggest scanning the system with a reliable antimalware tool as well to make sure there are no other suspicious applications on the computer.