Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

At first sight, it may seem that the website is a legitimate search engine; however, it has been discovered recently that virtual schemers have used this source for a truly deceptive hoax. The cunning website could be used as a browser hijacker, which gets downloaded to a computer via such security backdoors as encrypted or bundled software, malvertisement, latent social engineering scams or spam email attachments. After being infiltrated into a system, this browser hijacker could affect Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox engines, reconfigure the settings, change set home pages, and cause other unwanted alterations. What is more, it could be very difficult to have removed quickly, as its installation tasks could be hidden from the Control Panel utility.

Once the infection is activated, and you try to search within your usual browser, all of your actions will be redirected to the website. Here, you will be offered to download software, purchase online goods or click on certain pages. All of these recommendations might be very attractive to you, as employed browser helper objects could help schemers to collect data about your search habits and decide what kind of offers could get your attention. It is essential not to trust the deceptive search engine and ignore any seemingly legitimate downloads, as any click could install highly malicious programs into your computer! So, beware of any pop-up ads that may appear and rush to delete before schemers manage to steal more of your online data.

In non-techie terms:

Even though the manual removal is very attractive, only experienced Windows users will be able to delete the browser hijacker this way. Regardless, those, who are ready to have the infection removed automatically, could face some trouble downloading legal software, because the hijacker may block legitimate security websites and offer to download or purchase bogus applications. This is why it would be safest to download security programs on a different computer and then transfer the installation files onto the affected PC using removable devices.

  • Al

    I have got the damn thing. I have found myriad websites that purport to have manual fixes but the registry names never fix what is there. Right now I am on chrome and I seem to have temporary disabiled it but it is very scary. Help!

  • Jupiter

    I'll give this spyhunter a try, the task manager files don't show the thing

  • evadnet

    The best way, I've found and continue to use is to start your computer in Safe Mode ( usually F8, on restart), then run your chosen malware and spyware software within the basic windows environment. Yes, your icons will look larger than normal, it'll revert back to normanl when done.
    While your in Safe Mode, you might as well run your anti virus software as well (each one separately, of course).
    After you restart and go back to your normal operating enviroment? Run them all again, just to be safe.

    There are still other options, if theses do not satisfy, however, the kids have homework to do and I cannot elaborate at this time.
    Best of success on deleting this malicious software, I'll try to post back again.