BizarreHall is an add-on that only Google Chrome users can install. In the future, the developer of this extension could cross over to other platforms, but, right now, only Google Chrome users need to worry. Why should you be worried about this seemingly harmless extension? For one, it can track the kind of information you might want to keep to yourself. Second, it might modify your default search provider settings without your permission, and that, of course, is not something to ignore. Although we identify this add-on as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), you must not underestimate it. If you are curious about it, you should continue reading the report. Once you are done, you will be able to decide whether or not you want to remove BizarreHall. If you have already made up your mind, you can scroll down to find a guide that explains how to delete this unwanted extension from Google Chrome.
According to our research, BizarreHall has an official website, http://bizarrehall.com/; however, you cannot download the extension via it. The downloader is actually linked to the Chrome web store installer at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/bizarrehall/fcbgkmlpmaeaeddfldjhfhjmmglfnfjp. At the time of research, it was indicated that over 3,600 Chrome users were using the add-on that, allegedly, offers a “unique content experience.” According to the official information, this potentially unwanted program is meant to include trending content, as well as to provide you with a “powerful searching experience.” Once you install it, BizarreHall is represented via a button that is placed on the right of the address bar. If you click it, you are introduced to a list of articles that are meant to be intriguing and interesting. These articles might route you to pages that actually represent the stories you are lured in with; however, they could showcase unreliable advertisements, and you could be letting in data trackers by interacting with these pages. Overall, we recommend deleting the PUP because interacting with the content it shows could be risky. The same warning is linked to Baboom, Polimva, and Sadooma add-ons that appear to have been created by the same developer. You can find removal guides for these extensions on our website as well.
It appears that BizarreHall can set search.bizarrehall.com as the default search provider. If that was done, was it done with your permission? If you were not informed about this, that means that the PUP is not running in a very transparent manner, and that is a good enough reason to delete it. If you were informed about it, you still need to be cautious about this search engine. It does not show original search results, and, instead, redirects to a third-party search engine. This hijacker has been found to be linked to plusnetwork.com, but it also could redirect searches to the Google Search engine. In any case, the results are likely to be modified, and interacting with them could be risky. That is another reason to delete BizarreHall ASAP. Before you get rid of this extension – if that is your choice – please scan your operating system using a reliable malware scanner. If more aggressive threats are active, you do not want to be wasting your time on the PUP. Although the add-on has an official installer, it could also be spread via software bundles (most likely, introduced to you via pop-ups), and those could contain malware.
You do not need to be a genius to delete BizarreHall. In fact, erasing this add-on is fairly simple, and you only need to erase the unwanted extension and search provider. We are sure that many users already know how to do this, but if you do not, we have created a guide for your convenience. If other threats or PUPs exist, you need to eliminate them as well, and if you choose to erase BizarreHall manually, you probably want to erase the rest of them yourself as well. Without a doubt, if you realize that you cannot get rid of every single threat manually, instead of wasting your time on some of the threats, install an anti-malware tool that will automatically eliminate every component that is unreliable or malicious. Hopefully, you now know what to do, but if you still have questions, use the comments section.