Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a slightly irritating threat as it might sneak in on your browser and change your homepage settings. Thus, it is no wonder it fell under the classification of browser hijackers. At the moment of writing it is compatible just with Apple computers and browsers like Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. The tool is not highly dangerous; meaning, there is no need to panic if you encountered it. Instead, we would advise our readers to have a look at the rest of the article and find out more details about Just a bit below the last paragraph we will place a removal guide with step by step instructions, so if you were hoping to find a way to get rid of this browser hijacker, you should review these steps too.

It is believed users might receive with bundled software installers. Therefore, we would not be surprised if some users installed the application without realizing it. Not everyone reads all the information available on the setup wizard as some users agree to everything just to speed up the installation process. Unfortunately, by doing so, users may lose their chances to deselect unwanted additional tool suggestions or find out the information that could indicate the chosen program might be not as reliable as it looks like. Naturally, to keep the computer safe, it would be best not to rush the installation process and have a closer look at the provided conditions. Usually, you can see more of them by picking custom or advanced installation settings, which is another thing we would recommend doing if you hope to avoid threats alike in the future. has an official site called where it is described as a downloader or to be more precise “a network specializing in Mac software distribution, from download to successful installation, and as such, offering a better way for you to reach the Mac software community.” Also, the browser hijacker’s End User License Agreement and Privacy Policy papers reveal the application could be displaying advertisements from the third-party. It does not say what kind of content the ads might promote, but it mentions the browser hijacker’s creators do not take any responsibility for third-party applications or other material that could be advertised through this tool. It means the ads might promote just about anything and if it happens to be malicious content, you will be solely responsible for any received damage.

Besides malware, the advertisements could redirect you to web pages showing fake lottery winnings, asking to participate in fictitious surveys, and so on. It means by clicking suspicious advertising content; you could endanger not just the computer, but also your privacy. Under such circumstances, we advise our readers not to take any chances by keeping such an unreliable tool on their system. If you think deleting might be for the best as well, we encourage you to take a look at the provided removal guide. It will tell you how to reset the hijacked browser, as our researchers believe it should help eliminate this application.



  1. Open the browser.
  2. Go to the Safari menu through the toolbar located on top of the screen.
  3. Press Clear History, pick the period you wish to erase and choose Clear History again.
  4. Come back to the Safari menu and pick Preferences.
  5. Select the Advanced tab.
  6. Pick Show Develop menu in menu bar.
  7. Go to Develop menu and click Empty Caches.
  8. Then delete unreliable extensions by opening Preferences and selecting Extensions.
  9. Review the provided list of add-ons, select the ones that look potentially dangerous to you and erase or disable them.
  10. Go to Security and uncheck an option called Allow Plug-ins.
  11. Reset the browser.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press the Help icon.
  3. Select Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click Refresh Firefox.
  5. Press Refresh Firefox again.
  6. Click Finish.
  7. Reboot the browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Press Alt+F.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Slide down and click on Advanced.
  5. Scroll down again to select Reset.
  6. Press the Reset button.
  7. Restart the browser.

In non-techie terms: is a tool that might provide you various advertising content. The problem is the displayed advertisements could be potentially dangerous as there is not knowing where they might originate from. Because of this, we advise users who may encounter it to stay away from the suspicious advertising content as much as possible. On the other hand, if you do not want to receive any ads, you could just get rid of the threat. Since it most likely settles in by simply changing the user’s homepage, we recommend removing with a browser reset. If you need any help to complete this task, we recommend using the instructions located above this paragraph.