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Danger level 6
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Cant change my homepage
  • Annoying Pop-up's
Other mutations known as:

If you have discovered that has replaced your regular Chrome, Firefox or IE home page and default search provider, there is no doubt that a browser hijacker has found a way into your computer. The clandestine infection is set to travel bundled with other software, like Optimizer Pro, EZDownloader, GreatSaver or Search-NewTab because no one in their right mind would choose this unreliable search engine voluntarily. First of all, the hijacker provides results, which indicates that there is no point in using it at all. Furthermore, the unreliable search tool could be followed by irritating online advertisements which you may find extremely difficult to delete. This is why getting removed from your operating Windows system is highly important.

Our researchers have discovered a number of malicious browser hijackers which work and look just like The malign,,, and other hijackers are just as clandestine and intrusive, which is why getting these removed from your web browsers is recommended as well. Note that the longer you continue running and using the unreliable search tool, the more information its developers will be able to accumulate. Do you want unreliable parties to learn your browsing habits and preferences? Even if such information does not reveal any sensitive information, it certainly could help online advertisers to present you with more alluring offers, deals and suggestions. Needless to say, this should be beneficial to you personally; however, if schemers were involved, the interesting adverts could act as bait to trick you into clicking on corrupted links.

We strongly recommend that you delete home page and remove WebSearch search provider from the affected Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers. These search tools are not reliable and cannot serve you in a beneficial manner, which is why running them is not what you should do. Please follow the manual removal instructions below to delete the undesirable search tools from your web browsers. We recommend using SpyHunter’s scanner to inspect the computer and make sure that it is safe to run. This service is free of charge, so you should have no hesitations about installing the tool.

If you are not an experienced Windows user and you are not sure how to protect your personal computer against attacking malware, we advise installing authentic security software which could catch and delete running infections automatically.

Delete undesirable search tools

Delete from Google Chrome:

  1. Launch the browser, simultaneously tap Alt+F and click Settings.
  2. Under On Startup select Open a specific page or set of pages and click Set pages.
  3. Change/remove the undesirable URL and select OK.
  4. Under Appearance select Show Home button, click Change and repeat step 3.
  5. Locate Search, click Manage search engines and set a new default search engine.
  6. Click X on the URL of an undesirable search tool to delete it and select Done.

Delete from Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch the browser, simultaneously tap Alt+T and click Manage Add-ons.
  2. Select Search Providers and choose a new default search provider.
  3. Click the undesirable search tool, select Remove and then Done.
  4. Simultaneously tap Alt+T again and select Internet Options.
  5. Click the General tab, change/remove the Home Page URL and click OK.

Delete from Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch the browser and click the search provider icon on the search box.
  2. Select Manage Search Engines and Remove the undesirable option. Click OK.
  3. Now simultaneously tap Alt+T to open the Tools menu and select Options.
  4. Click the General tab, change/remove the Home Page URL and click OK.
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