Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is one of those websites you do not want to see in your browsers, because this tool may pose a threat to your operating system. As a matter of fact, its mere presence may already be an alarming sign that there is a browser hijacker on board. However, if this hijacker has entered your computer, there is a pretty good chance that other malicious software installers have also did so since these infections rarely travel alone. You should not trust this browser extension because it uses third-party services and websites to make money through third-party ads and sponsored links. If you do not want to figure out how it feels to be scammed when landing on malicious websites, we recommend that you remove as soon as you notice it in your browsers. Please read our full report if you want to find out more details about this infection and how you may help protect your computer from similar issues.

Although this browser extension may offer you some useful-looking easy-access links to DIY projects, recipes, and anything else that may be of interest to you, it has to be mentioned that these third-party websites could be used by this hijacker to promote third parties through them. This way you may be introduced to potentially unreliable websites. Landing on such pages may easily result in more infections on your computer. These questionable pages can also open new tabs as well and redirect you to websites that host malicious content. Therefore, having such a source of threat as on your computer is definitely a risk to your operating system and your virtual Removal screenshot
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But it is not just the quick links on the fake toolbar this tool displays; unfortunately, the search tool also may be corrupted and unreliable. In fact, this hijacker redirects all your web searches to and then to a potentially modified Yahoo search results page. This way you will never know which links and ads are reliable and which ones might take you to malicious websites. The only purpose behind this hijacker is to make money through marketing affiliated websites. Do not think for a second that your best interest is in focus here. We advise you to always use a reputable search provider to search the web, such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing. As for this infection, you are better off removing it before you have to face more security issues.

The most likely way for this browser hijacker to emerge on your computer is via bundles. According to our researchers, this tool can be bundled with other malicious software installers, which is really bad news for inexperienced computer users. A lot of people infect their own computers by downloading malicious bundles from questionable sources, such as torrent and freeware sites. If you want to keep your computer safe, you should always use reputable and official websites to download software. Whenever in doubt, always research the application first by using a reliable search provider.

If you understand why you should not leave this ticking time bomb on your computer, let us tell you how you can “disarm” it. This hijacker does not have an uninstaller, which would make it very easy to get rid of it. But it is still not too complicated to do so. You need to reset all your browsers so that all the changes will be undone and the extensions gone. If you need assistance with this, please use our guide below. Keep in mind that your computer will not be secure until you have even one infection on board. Therefore, it is important to scan your system in order to detect all the potential threats. As a matter of fact, it is best to use a professional antimalware application that will tackle all security issues and safeguard your PC from future ones. Removal from browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Reset settings.
  4. Press Reset.

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and go to Internet Options.
  2. On the Advanced tab, press Reset.
  3. Tick Delete personal settings and press Reset.
  4. Press Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+H and choose Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Press Refresh Firefox and in the confirmation window, press Refresh Firefox again.
  3. Press Finish.

In non-techie terms: is a useless and potentially dangerous search engine that has a tendency to show up in your browsers without “invitation.” Due to its capability to make changes to your browsers, it has been labeled as a browser hijacker. This browser extension has proved to be unreliable because it may expose you to unsafe third-party content through the third-party services, including its quick links and search tools, it offers you. Unfortunately, this browser hijacker can enter your computer along with other malware infections. Therefore, it is important that after you remove, you also eliminate all other potential threats. We advise you to acquire reliable antimalware software to protect your PC from similar attacks.