Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is known to be a browser hijacker, which means it might change specific browser settings during its installation. Our computer specialists say the threat is most likely to replace the default browser’s homepage. At the moment of writing the application can alter this setting on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. For users who noticed on their browsers, we would recommend learning more about the threat by reading this report. Below the article, we will also add removal steps for manual deletion. Of course, if you do not think you are experienced enough to erase this browser hijacker manually you could use a reputable antimalware tool instead. However, if after reading the text and reviewing the given instructions you will still have any questions or need any help, you should not hesitate to leave us a comment below.

One of the things we would like to discuss in this article is the browser hijacker’s distribution. To our knowledge, might be spread through unreliable file-sharing websites like,, and so on. Our computer security specialists tell the user may not even have to download this search engine explicitly to receive it. To be more accurate, the application could be distributed with bundled setup files on which it might show up as an additional software suggestion. The problem is the user may not be able to deselect it if he does not select advanced installation settings and as we know some users do so, there is a chance the browser hijacker could enter the system without the user even realizing it. If the situation sounds somewhat familiar, we urge you to be more careful when installing software from unreliable web pages, although the best option would be to forget such web Removal screenshot
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As said earlier the threat should affect the user’s default browser by replacing its homepage with No matter how annoying this might seem the search engine could irritate you even later on when you start browsing with it. Our computer security specialists say it might show modified search results filled with questionable advertisements coming from different sources. Such ads might even be targeted as the browser hijacker’s Privacy Policy documents claims the tool could gather user’s “anonymous information and search data” to “present you with offers for other products, offerings, programs, features and/or services that may be of interest to you.”

What’s more, after reading its End User License Agreement we also learner the application’s developers do not take any responsibility for the third-party ads. Thus, there are no guarantees the ads or other advertising content which could be presented by cannot be possibly dangerous, e.g., redirect you to scam sites, lead to web pages containing malware, etc. Under such circumstances, we recommend erasing the questionable tool as fast as possible. To get rid of it manually users could use the removal guide available below this text. It will explain how to restore or delete data that might have been modified by the browser hijacker. Another way to deal with is to pick a reputable antimalware tool, scan the system, and then press the deletion button to erase all identified threats.

Get rid of

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Windows Key+R.
  2. Insert Regedit and select OK.
  3. Get to this exact path: 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.
  8. Empty Recycle bin.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Windows Key+E.
  2. Go to the presented 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 mentioned 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: seems to be one of the Polarity Technologies Ltd created browser hijackers. Our computer security specialists advise staying away from such threats since most of the ones we tested and reviewed in our previous articles could show modified search results. It means there is a chance the application could be able to place additional advertising content among the displayed results. It appears to be this search engine might act just the same. Therefore, users who surf the Internet with this browser hijacker might put their system at risk. Nonetheless, if you do not want to take any chances, you could eliminate this suspicious application manually with the removal guide available at the end of this article or with a reputable antimalware tool you trust. Users who have more questions related to the threat could leave a message below this report as well.