Removal Guide

Do you know what is? might replace user’s default search engine, new tab page, or homepage. According to our computer security specialists, the threat may sneak in with unreliable browser add-ons and other tools alike. Therefore, it is no wonder it was decided to classify it as a browser hijacker. If you have never encountered such an application before you should know that besides changing user’s default browser preferences it could show untrustworthy third-party advertisements. The reason we would recommend looking out for such content is that there is a chance some of it might be possibly malicious and to avoid any risks it would be best not to interact with it. No doubt, the easiest way to do this would be to erase from the system. Users who decide to do so could follow the removal guide available at the end of the main text, and those who still cannot decide should learn more about the threat first by reading the rest of this article.

The application is similar to,,, and so on. All of these browser hijackers come from the same developer known as Polarity Technologies Ltd. Consequently, we think could be distributed just like the listed search tools. For example, the threat might be bundled with suspicious browser add-ons, other browser hijackers, etc. In other words, it could be spread via bundled software installers.

Nowadays most of the setup files are bundled with one or more tools, and in some cases, they can be seen only if the user chooses advanced or custom installation settings, so it is up to the user to learn about the additional suggestions. Naturally, if the suggested applications do not look trustworthy or useful, you should try to deselect them. In case it is impossible to uncheck the additional software or the installer does not even mention what tools will be installed together with the main program, it might be best to cancel the installation process. Another thing that may help user’s stay away from browser hijackers or even more harmful threats would be a reputable antimalware tool. Our computer security specialists say users should always keep such software up to date so it could fight even the latest Removal screenshot
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As we mentioned earlier, might replace user’s default search engine, homepage, or new tab page after its installation. The main problem is, while the presented search engine may look useful there is a chance it could show you suspicious advertising content from third parties. Our computer security specialists think it might be possible not only because they have seen similar behavior with browser hijackers alike, but also because the software’s End User License Agreement claims the application’s users are solely responsible for its usage and interaction with third-party content that could be promoted with It means the company that created the browser hijacker does not take any responsibility. We do not say anything terrible might necessarily happen while browsing with this search engine, but it is somewhat possible, for example, it may display ads redirecting to scam web pages, sites promoting similar threats or malware, etc.

If you did not get too attached to yet, we advise you to erase it before anything bad happens. It might take you some time to delete it, but we believe it would be safer for the system. Less experienced users could follow the removal guide located a bit below this text; it will tell you what to do step by step. Those who find it a bit too challenging could install a reputable antimalware tool instead, start a full system scan, and then press the deletion button when the scanning is done.


Internet Explorer

  1. Press Windows Key+R.
  2. Insert Regedit and select OK.
  3. Get to this exact directory: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
  4. Find a value name titled Start Page.
  5. Right-click it and choose Modify.
  6. Instead of place a web page you prefer and click OK.
  7. Exit Registry Editor.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Windows Key+E.
  2. Go to the provided directory: C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{Unique Mozilla ID}
  3. Look for Prefs.js and open this file as a Notepad document.
  4. Find the provided line: user_pref("browser.startup.homepage", "").
  5. Instead of place a link you prefer and press Ctrl+S to save changes.
  6. Close the document.

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Windows key+E.
  2. Find the given path: C:\Users\{Username}\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
  3. Locate files called Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data.
  4. Right-click these files and press Delete.
  5. Exit the Explorer.

In non-techie terms: might look more annoying than it could appear to be potentially dangerous, but our computer security specialists report it may display unreliable advertisements from various third parties. Not knowing where such ads could come from means some of them might be possibly malicious, and so we would not recommend clicking with them unless you are one hundred percent sure the ads are safe to interact with. Instead, we advise deleting the browser hijacker before anything goes wrong. After it is gone, you could pick a more reputable search tool, such as Google or Yahoo search engines. Users who want to learn how to get rid of the application manually should follow the removal guide available below this paragraph. Besides manual deletion, it is also possible to erase the browser hijacker with antimalware tools. Needless to say, if you prefer using automatic features, it would be advisable to pick a reputable antimalware tool you could trust.