- Hijacks homepage
Mysearchpage.net is not a search engine you want to face. If this search tool has replaced the home pages of Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and potentially other web browsers illegally, you can treat it as a browser hijacker. Do you know what you should do with illegally running browser hijackers? You must delete them. This report explains how to remove Mysearchpage.net and how to protect the operating system against the attacks of other hijackers.
Most users will not identify Mysearchpage.net as a threat, because the search tool does not look that dangerous or malicious. In fact, Mysearchpage.net is not entirely useless either, because it presents Bing search results; however, this is just one more good reason to delete the suspicious search tool. Why would you run a strange search provider that cannot present original search results? Our malware researchers indicate that this activity can be treated as illegal web-page redirecting. If you do not want to face illegal activity, you definitely need to delete Mysearchpage.net hijacker.
What is more disturbing than the redirecting to a third-party search engine is the presentation of third-party banner advertisements. These ads showcase links to third-party websites; however, you will not know what services and sites are promoted unless you click on the Mysearchpage.net ads. Needless to say, this is risky. Mysearchpage.net may present links to unreliable sites, even if this is not the intention of the developers of this suspicious search tool. Of course, if you do not want to face the suspicious ads, there is only one solution, which is the removal of the disturbing search engine.
Mysearchpage.net is very similar to Start.mysearchs.com, Bit-search.net, and other suspicious search providers. Unfortunately, these tools are often distributed with malicious programs that require removal. If Mysearchpage.net has been downloaded onto the computer together with malicious threats as well, you certainly should rush to delete them. In fact, the removal of these programs may be much more important than the removal of the hijacker itself.
The advertisements presented via Mysearchpage.net could open security backdoors and introduce you to other computer infections. Even though the suspicious search tool does not look like a security threat, we urge you to remove it from the operating system and the browsers. The manual Mysearchpage.net removal instructions are provided below; however, you should keep in mind that other threats may run alongside the hijacker. It is best to use automatic malware removal software to delete these threats.
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8:
Remove from Google Chrome:
Remove from Internet Explorer:
Remove from Mozilla Firefox: