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Danger level 4
Type: Browser Plugins
Common infection symptoms:
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Slow internet connection
  • Cant change my homepage
  • Annoying Pop-up's

When you enter into Google search engine, search results say that it is a complete Internet browser that provides a number of shortcuts to the most popular websites. It has a customized Google search bar and icon shortcuts to such websites as Facebook, Yahoo!, Twitter, Craiglist, Bing, eBay and many others. It seems that is a legitimate website that improves your overall browsing experience. This website can also function as a browser plugin, and this is the reason why quite a few users complain about and the inability to remove it.

It is possible for to enter your computer unawares if it comes bundled with other software. For example, if you download a freeware application from a third party website, its installation file might be paired with as well. Then it will change your browser homepage and your default search engine to You might also experience various redirections to third party websites that use to direct traffic to these pages for marketing purposes. It is important to realize that is not a computer virus, and it is not dangerous to your system in itself.

However, if this browser plugin is exploited by a malevolent third party, you might end up being redirected to corrupted websites, where you will be exposed to malware. For that reason, it is highly recommended to remove from your browser and your computer. In case you don't want to use the website anymore, you can find the uninstall instructions at, or you can follow the instructions below:

For Internet Explorer

  1. Press and hold Alt+X.
  2. Click Manage add-ons.
  3. Remove 22Find from Search providers list.
  4. Press and hold Alt+X again.
  5. Click Internet Options.
  6. Under General tab, remove from home page section.
  7. Enter the domain address you prefer and click OK to save changes.
  8. Right-click Internet Explorer shortcut icon and click Properties.
  9. Select Shortcut tab.
  10. Leave only "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe".
  11. Click OK to save changes.

For Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press and hold Ctrl+Shift+A one after another.
  2. Add-ons Manager tab will open.
  3. Remove 22Find from either Extensions or Plugins section.
  4. Click the search engine icon on the left of Search bar (at the top of your browser).
  5. Select Manage Search Engines.
  6. Remove 22Find from the list and set a new default search engine.
  7. Click Firefox button and go to Options.
  8. Under General tab, remove from Home page section.
  9. Enter a default page you prefer and click OK to save changes.
  10. Right-click Mozilla Firefox shortcut icon and select Properties.
  11. Select Shortcut tab.
  12. In Target line, leave "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" only.
  13. Click OK to save changes.

For Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and go to Tools --> Extensions.
  2. Remove from the list and click Settings on the left pane.
  3. Select Open a specific page or set of pages. Click Set pages.
  4. Remove from the list and add a new home page.
  5. Click OK to save changes.
  6. Under Search click Manage search engines.
  7. Remove from the list and set a new default search engine.
  8. Click OK to save changes and exit the menu.
  9. Right-click Google Chrome shortcut icon and click Properties.
  10. Open Shortcut tab.
  11. In Target line leave "C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" only.
  12. Click OK to save changes.

Removing from your browser might not be enough to ensure your system's stability. Therefore, it is highly recommended to perform a full system scan with such a program like SpyHunter, in order to check whether you have any dangerous files installed or not.

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How to manually remove

Files associated with infection:

Desk365- processes to kill:



  1. carlier Mar 16, 2013


  2. Thomas Feb 13, 2014

    Hey, how do i remove the infected registiry files? They always come back after i restart my pc.

  3. E33E1 Oct 20, 2014

    Thank you i've always tried to remove it but several methods didn't work. So Finally it's removed!! Thank you

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