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Danger level 3
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application

Your Email Accounts Toolbar

Your Email Accounts Toolbar is a piece of software that promises to make it possible for users to login to their email accounts faster. Because of this, some users willingly install it on their computers from its official website http://youremailaccounts.com/. As has been observed, there are not many users who keep Your Email Accounts Toolbar installed on their computers. Most likely, the majority of users are not happy about modifications applied by this application. Yes, it alters settings of Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers if it finds them installed on users’ computers. Specifically speaking, you will find your homepage, search provider, and New Tab URL changed. As a consequence, you will see http://search.hyouremailaccounts.com/ open for you automatically when you open any of these two web browsers. The page set looks like an ordinary search provider, but we can assure you that it is not what it seems to be, so you should not use it to perform web searches. What you should do if you ever discover this search tool set on your browsers without your knowledge is to delete Your Email Accounts Toolbar right away. You should not find this task a challenge because this browser plugin can be erased through the add-ons manager. Instructions provided below this report will help you to access it easily and quickly.

The page (http://search.hyouremailaccounts.com/) set by Your Email Accounts Toolbar does look like a reputable search provider, but it is far from a search tool that can be fully trusted even though its appearance suggests differently. You could access your email accounts quicker by clicking on quick-access buttons located at the top of this page, but you should not expect anything else from Your Email Accounts Toolbar. Some users find this feature quite useful, but we would lie if we told you that it is clever to use the search tool promoted by this browser plugin as a default search tool. We cannot say anything very positive about it because it might show the so-called modified search results to users, as research has revealed. You will see Yahoo! search results, but some modified search results might appear next to ordinary ones too. We cannot say that they are malicious; however, they might redirect you to untrustworthy pages if you click on all of them. Needless to say, you will not find anything you are searching for on these pages too. What else we do not like about the search provider promoted by Your Email Accounts Toolbar is that it collects certain information about users, including “search queries that may contain personally identifiable information.” Luckily, the majority of details it automatically records belong to the non-personally identifiable information category.

If you are sure you have not installed Your Email Accounts Toolbar from its official website, you must have clicked on a pop-up advertisement promoting it. Alternatively, you could have downloaded it from the web by mistake. Either way, if a new search tool http://search.hyouremailaccounts.com/ has been set on your browsers without your knowledge, you must erase Your Email Accounts Toolbar fully to make it disappear. Once you remove it, you could set a new reputable search tool. Keep in mind that your browsers’ settings might be altered again one day if a browser hijacker or untrustworthy software ever manages to slither onto your computer successfully. Luckily, it is possible to prevent unauthorized changes from being applied. We do not expect you to ensure your system’s protection all alone, especially if you do not know much about malicious software. Instead, we highly recommend that you install a security application on your computer. It will not allow untrustworthy applications to enter your computer and make modifications on it.

If you have nothing to do with the installation of Your Email Accounts Toolbar and, on top of that, do not like these changes it has applied to your browsers, you should delete this piece of software from your computer today. It is just a potentially unwanted program, so it should be easy to eliminate it from affected browsers. First, access the add-ons manager and, second, delete the browser extension representing it. The one and only sign showing that Your Email Accounts Toolbar has been removed successfully is the disappearance of the search tool it promotes from your browsers.

Your Email Accounts Toolbar removal guide

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Ctrl+Shift+A.
  3. Select the browser extension directly associated with Your Email Accounts Toolbar.
  4. Click Remove.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Tap Alt+F.
  3. Click More tools.
  4. Click Extensions.
  5. Select the Your Email Accounts Toolbar browser extension and click the trash button.
  6. Click Remove when the confirmation box opens.
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