Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a search tool you might find set on all your web browsers (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari) installed on your MAC computer. In most cases, users do not know anything about its appearance, which clearly shows that it might change browsers’ settings without permission. According to our researchers, the chances are high that the appearance of this search tool is directly associated with the installation of some kind of untrustworthy program, for example, potentially unwanted program or adware. You could have installed an untrustworthy program on your computer by mistake, or it could have entered your computer together with other programs downloaded willingly from the web. In any case, you should remove from your web browsers because it is definitely not one of those search tools that can be fully trusted. Keep in mind that a reputable search tool will never change your browsers’ settings without your knowledge. Of course, it is not the only reason is considered untrustworthy. Read the next two paragraphs of this article to find more information about it. might look like a reputable search provider, but, believe us, it is not what it seems to be. Yes, it returns search results like legitimate search providers, e.g. Google do, and it even allows users to perform web searches under Web, Images, Videos, News, and Shopping categories; however, an in-depth analysis has clearly shown that users might see the so-called sponsored search results too if they use this search tool to search the web. These sponsored links might look exactly like ordinary search results, but they differ from them a lot. The biggest problem with these search results is that they might contain untrustworthy links inside them and redirect users straight to these dubious pages they promote. Browsing such websites might, in the worst-case scenario, result in the successful entrance of untrustworthy software. What else you should know if you continue using is that it does not collect personally identifiable information (e.g. name, email address, telephone, etc.), but it will definitely record certain technical details, for example, the type and version of the operating system running on your PC, installed hardware, IP address, Java availability, etc automatically. As the Privacy Policy document discloses, all recorded non-personally identifiable details might be shared with third parties in order to provide, maintain, or improve services. These non-personally identifiable details will not reveal much information about you to third parties, but if you still do not want certain details about you and your PC to be recorded automatically, you need to stop using today.

Yes, you could have set on your browsers willingly, but it is still more likely that you see it because your browsers’ settings have been altered without your knowledge. This might be directly associated with the installation of some kind of untrustworthy application, as mentioned in the first paragraph of this article. You could have installed it on your PC yourself, or it could have been installed on your system together with free software downloaded willingly from the web. No matter you have set it yourself, or it has changed your browsers’ settings without your knowledge, you should go to remove it right away. To make sure unauthorized changes are not applied to your web browsers ever again, you should enable security software on your computer.

You should remove from your browsers because there are much more reliable search providers you can set as your default search tool available. Since its appearance might be linked to the installation of undesirable software, you might need to delete that program from your PC in order to make it gone. In some cases, it might be enough to reset those affected browsers to default settings to get rid of the undesirable search tool. Feel free to use our manual removal guide if you feel that you need some help with its removal.

How to delete

Delete untrustworthy software from your computer

  1. Open Finder.
  2. Navigate to Applications.
  3. Select the application you want to remove.
  4. Right-click on the application and select Move to Trash.
  5. Right-click on the Trash and select Empty Trash.

Reset Mozilla Firefox/Google Chrome/Safari to default settings

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Click the menu button (top-right corner).
  3. Click on the question mark.
  4. Click Troubleshooting Information.
  5. At the top of the page, click Refresh Firefox.
  6. Click Refresh Firefox once again.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Click the menu button (top-right corner).
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click Advanced at the bottom.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Click Reset in the confirmation box.


  1. Close programs.
  2. Click Go at the top.
  3. Hold down the Option key until Library appears.
  4. Locate the Safari folder and move it in a different place.
  5. Go to the Library folder.
  6. Delete from the Saved Application State folder.
  7. Open Caches.
  8. Delete folders.
  9. Open the Cookies folder.
  10. Delete
  11. Delete all instances of from Preferences.

In non-techie terms: is not one of those fully trustworthy search tools. What shows that it cannot be trusted is the fact that it often appears on users’ browsers out of the blue. Most probably, it changes browsers’ settings when some kind of undesirable program successfully enters the system. It is not its only drawback. The chances are high that it will display untrustworthy search results on your screen if you use it. Last but not least, users should know that it will automatically gather some details about them if they use it to perform web searches.