- Changes background
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Slow internet connection
Search.imesh.net is a websites which some malware researchers regard as a browser hijacker which changes the settings of the most popular browsing tool. However, this websites can become your home page and search provider if you install iMesh software. Search.imesh.net is also accessible like any other website.
The website in question is very similar to other search engines. Below its search box it has four links to Facebook, Free Games, Free Music and YouTube. If you click on Free Music, you will be directed to music.torchbrowser.com whose outline resembles the design of the well-known website Pinterest. If Search.imesh.net has been set as your home page after you have installed iMesh, you may have noticed that the installation wizard offered you to install Torch browser. However, when you click on Free Games, you will be redirected to fanstasticgames.com.
If you have already tried Search.imesh.net, you must have noticed that it presents search results generated by Ask.com, and instead of Search.imesh.net you have Search.ask.com. Beware of advertisements which are given above the search results. Moreover, on the left side of the browser, you will find a column of additional search queries which are likely to be presented to enhance your browser experience so that you come up with the best results as quickly as possible.
However, in order not to get the PC infected with the malware which may be present on suspicious websites whose links are provided by the suspicious search engine, you should remove Search.imesh.net from your PC. If alongside this search engine you have also installed Search-Result browser, we recommend that you remove it, too.
IMesh drops a browser add-on on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. On Internet Explorer, you may find Search-Results Toolbar published by APN, LLC. and DataMngr whose publisher is iMesh, Inc. The same components you may find on the Extensions list on your Mozilla Firefox; only Google Chrome has iMesh New Tabs add-on.
In order to remove Search.imesh.net, you should uninstall iMesh and Search-Resutls Toolbar. Our instructions below, hopefully, will help you get rid of the unwanted home page. Once you are done, immediately scan the computer to make sure that the system does not contain any malicious files.
Windows Vista and Windows 7
Remove Search.imesh.net from your browsers