Do not install the extension called SafeSearch Incognito no matter how appealing the description of this extension is because your browsers’ (Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox) settings will be altered thus making your preferred URLs gone from the default search page, homepage, and New Tab. Users who install this extension willingly from its official website (privacy4browsers.com) or the Chrome Web Store (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/safesearch-incognito/bcfjamiccddlpmlldidfdgobpdblfbbm?utm_source=chrome-app-launcher-info-dialog) usually know what it is capable of. That is, they know that it will redirect all the searches to “SafeSearch Incognito’s privacy-enhanced search results.” We cannot say the same about those users who have nothing to do with the entrance of this suspicious extension. If you are among them and found those changes applied to your web browsers undesirable, you can discard them quite easily. You just need to remove the extension responsible for making these modifications. Luckily, we know its name –SafeSearch Incognito. We will talk about its removal in detail in the last paragraph of this article, so read it carefully if you arrive at a decision to eliminate the undesirable browser extension.
As you should already know, a new search page (http://safe.search.tools/) set on two browsers Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox can indicate only one thing – the extension SafeSearch Incognito has been successfully installed. Some users initiate its installation themselves by clicking the button available on privacy4browsers.com, i.e., its official website or the Chrome Web Store. Others have no idea how and when this extension affected their browsers. Because of this, it is very likely that this extension might enter computers without the user’s knowledge. For example, it might travel bundled with third-party software classified as freeware. On top of that, it might come as a redirect, specialists say. There are several different methods used to spread potentially unwanted programs, so you will surely allow a new PUP to enter your system if you do nothing to ensure your system’s protection today. We do not expect you to protect your PC alone. Instead, we recommend installing and enabling security software on your computer.
If you have ever erased an extension from your Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, it should not be hard to delete SafeSearch Incognito for you too. In case you are not one of those experienced users, let our step-by-step manual removal guide help you. If you do not find these instructions very helpful either, use an automated malware remover to delete the undesirable browser extension. You must only use a trustworthy scanner because users who use the first tool found on the web risk ending up with more harmful threats on their computers.
How to delete SafeSearch Incognito