Removal Guide

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Users should not trust, because the application might use a modified search engine of Yahoo, Google, and so on. It means it's displayed results could be injected with content that would not be there otherwise. It could be sponsored links, pop-ups, banners, and other advertisements belonging to the search engine’s third-party associates. Plus, you should be aware of the fact that the application is classified as a browser hijacker. Meaning, it might enter the system by replacing some of your browser preferences, e.g. homepage, default search engine, new tab page, and so on. Fortunately, you can change these settings back by removing from the browser. Users who have no idea how to erase it should not worry since we are adding a removal guide below the article. Also, there other ways to get rid of the threat too, but we will discuss it further in the text.

First of all, it might be useful to explain to our readers how this browser hijacker may find a way to their computers. As our researchers indicate, suspicious software like is often spread with either bundled installers or questionable pop-up advertisements. Consequently, you would be able to avoid the application or other software alike by paying more attention to the programs they install and the whole installation process itself.

Thus, if you do not want to come across another browser hijacker or even more dangerous threat, it is necessary to do a little research both on the chosen application and the company which developed it. The publisher should be reputable, and it would be best if there would not be any negative expert or user reviews. The other way to keep the computer protected is to use a reliable antimalware tool. As long as you keep it fully updated the security tool should be able to guard the system against malicious software and other threats. Our researchers especially recommend it for users who encounter doubtful applications or malware more Removal screenshot
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However, if you accidentally allow to enter the system, the browser hijacker should change one of the browser settings mentioned above (start page, search engine, new tab page) or a couple of them. Our researchers who tested the application believe that the replaced preferences may vary depending on your default browser. Since the threat is most likely a clone or a newer version of such hijackers as and, it should be compatible with the same browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome.

Nonetheless, the worst part is not the replaced preferences, but the ads that could show up while searching the Internet with There is a chance that some of the third-party advertisements could come from malicious web pages, which might try to steal your personal data, promote malicious software, or advertise similar threats to the browser hijacker like adware, potentially unwanted programs, and so on. Therefore, if you do not want to come across such content, it would be advisable to get rid of the application at once.

There are two possible ways to deal with and one of them is to erase is while using our removal guide located below this text. If you follow it carefully, it should tell you how to reset the browser that was hijacked by the search engine. Another way to delete it is to install a trustworthy security tool. You could use its scanning feature to detect the hijacker and eliminate it too. The best part is that together with the questionable search engine, you could also delete other possible threats, so it is a perfect solution for users who want to do more than erase the unwanted search engine.


Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+X to select Internet Options.
  2. Select the Advanced tab and choose Reset.
  3. Then click Delete personal settings, select Reset again and press Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on the Help icon placed on the browser’s top-left corner.
  2. Select Troubleshooting information and choose Refresh Firefox.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox again and select Finish.

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F to select Settings.
  2. Then slide down and press Show advanced settings.
  3. Scroll down again, click Reset Settings, and press Reset.

In non-techie terms: cannot be trusted as the application might replace not only some of your browser preferences but also display suspicious third-party advertisements. Unfortunately, these ads could lead you to malicious web pages, so keeping the browser hijacker might be risky. Because if this, we would advise you to eliminate the threat before anything bad happens. For instance, users could erase it manually with the instructions above or leave this task for a reliable antimalware tool.