Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

If you wish to have a program known as active on your computer, you should think twice. While it might seem like a great tool to have since on its official website it is advertised as a program that should improve your online searches, you should know that there more to its inner workings. After conducting its in-depth analysis, our malware experts have classified this application as one more potentially unwanted program. One of the main reasons for doing so is its dubious functionality. As it turns out, it can modify your browser's default settings without requiring your consent. Also, you should know that this potentially unwanted program could subject your operating system to questionable and even potentially harmful web content. To have a better understanding of how this invasive application functions, make sure to read this article entirely. Finally, to help you delete once and for all we include a comprehensive removal guide that you can find below.

During the initial analysis of, malware experts at have discovered that this dubious piece of software is only compatible with the Google Chrome web browser. It might seem like good news to users that prefer other browsers; however, you should understand that cyber crooks responsible for could launch its updated version which might affect other major browsers. Therefore, being aware of this dubious program's existence could help you maintain a secure operating system at all times. The primary indication that a potentially unwanted program is up and running on your operating system is a sudden change of your browser's default settings. The main modification initiated by it is of your default search engine. The dubious application in question makes this alteration with the help of a third-party browser extension, which it installs to your browser right upon intrusion. At first sight, a change of your default search engine might not seem like a big deal. Unfortunately, that is not the case; for as long as this invasive application will be active on your personal computer, you will be forced to use a newly appointed search engine whether you like that or not. Due to that, you will not be able to surf the web the way you are used to. If you are keen on regaining your browser's default functionality make sure to remove at the very same instance that it is found active on your personal Removal screenshot
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Unfortunately, the invasive inner working of is not the worst thing about it; our researchers have discovered that in some instances this potentially unwanted program could prove to be quite dangerous. In some cases, using the newly appointed search might lead you to suspicious and even malicious web pages. During further analysis, it has been noticed that in some cases the search engine in question could provide you with modified results. It means that by clicking on some results you risk of being redirect to questionable websites. There is a chance that you can be redirected to a site running an arbitrary code execution exploit, which is infamous for being able to initiate a remote installation procedure without your consent; thus, in some cases just entering such a site could result in a system infection. In other situations, you could come across fake online shops, which cyber crooks craft to steal your credit card data. Make no mistake about this potentially unwanted program as it could prove to be quite dangerous. To have a secure operating system at all times, make sure to delete without any hesitation.

To delete once and for all, make use of the instructions that we present below. Keep in mind that you must remove everything associated with this potentially unwanted program if you want to restore your browser's default settings. If after you have terminated you are still being forced to use a suspicious third-party search engine, make sure to recheck your computer for potential leftovers linked to it. You must know that just a few traces of this potentially unwanted program could be enough for it to continue working. Also, leftovers could be used to restore without your knowledge. Therefore, it should not be surprising that our researchers highly advise you to double-check your operating system as soon as you are done with the instructions below.

How to remove from your PC

Google Chrome

  1. Start your web browser.
  2. Click the Chrome Menu button select Settings.
  3. Click Extensions.
  4. Click the Trash can icon next to the unwanted extension.
  5. Select Remove to confirm your choice.

In non-techie terms:

If you are a user that finds manual removal a bit too complex, do not worry. Malware experts at our Internal labs have crafted an alternative removal guide. Simply follow the detailed instructions below and you will be able to delete automatically.