Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a questionable search provider which was developed in 2013. Even though it is considered to be rather old, you might still encounter it one day. The first symptom which shows that some kind of browser hijacker spreading has slithered onto the computer is the presence of in the place of your regular search engine. At first glance, does not look harmful at all. It has been observed that its search function works well, and it is even based on Yahoo!, which is known to be a reliable search provider. In fact, you should never judge the reliability of search engines from their appearance because they might still act in an undesirable way despite their good looks. Unfortunately, is one of those search engines that might put your system at risk despite the fact that it looks reliable. Therefore, our team of experienced security specialists recommends that you remove from browsers and then set another search provider.

RocketTab used to be a simple advertising-supported application; however, it, apparently, evolved and comes as a search provider these days. This search engine is usually a part of some kind of browser hijacker (e.g.,,, etc.), which is why the majority of users cannot explain how and when was set. Our researchers have checked the distribution of, and now it is clear for them that this search provider usually replaces default search engines of users living in the United States and Indonesia primarily; however, it can undoubtedly appear on computers whose users live in other countries as well. We want to emphasize that has two main variations: and Believe us; they do not differ from at all, so it is advisable to remove these search engines if they ever replace your default search engine as Removal screenshot
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We do not recommend keeping and using it to search for the information for one simple reason – we know that might put your system into danger. Even though this search engine is based on a reputable search provider Yahoo!, we are still sure that you might be provided with untrustworthy search results. These search results consist of third-party ads and links that are placed among legitimate search results in order to make sure that a user will click on any of them eventually. In fact, it is really dangerous to do that because you might be taken immediately to untrustworthy third-party web pages. We do not know what you will find there, which means that you might even encounter malicious software on these web pages. In order to protect your system from harm, you should not use as your default search engine. It is advisable to stop doing that not only because might provide you with third-party ads, but also because it might cause you privacy-related problems. We believe that will collect such details that would help it to provide users with relevant ads.

As you already know, search engine might be spread by browser hijackers. We have managed to find out that they are usually distributed by malicious installers, which explains why users feel that has been set without permission. There are thousands of untrustworthy applications that seek to enter systems without permission, so you have to do something about that if you want to protect your PC from harm. According to our security experts, the best would be to install a security tool on the system. If you want it to be effective, make sure that it is 100% reliable before you install it. should disappear from all your browsers if you reset them one by one. Below provided instructions will help you to do that. Unfortunately, not all hijackers can be removed manually in an easy way, so we highly recommend that you scan your system with an automatic malware remover if you still see the presence of after the reset. As there are hundreds of different tools available, we suggest that you download and install SpyHunter – it will definitely help you to get rid of


Internet Explorer

  1. Open your browser and tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Internet Options.
  3. Click on the Advanced tab and select Reset.
  4. Put a tick alongside Delete personal settings.
  5. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Tap Alt+H.
  3. Select Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click Refresh Firefox.
  5. Click on this button again.

Google Chrome

  1. Open your browser.
  2. Tap Alt+F and open Settings.
  3. Click Show advanced settings.
  4. Click Reset settings.
  5. Click the Reset button.

In non-techie terms:

It is advisable to scan the system with an antimalware tool even though you do not see on your browsers anymore. It is a must to do that in order to check whether or not other undesirable programs are installed. In case your malware remover detects any kind of threat, make sure you delete it as soon as possible.