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Danger level 8
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Changes default search engine is a browser hijacker that has been noticed to roam the web lately. If you have experienced sudden changes within your web browser, it is a strong indication that this hijacker could be active on your operating system. If this is the case, you are advised to conduct a thorough removal of the hijacker. While this malicious application will make browsing the web a frustrating experience, to say the least, it has to be noted that in some cases could even turn out to act in a potentially malicious way. If you do not want to face devastating outcomes that could be imposed by this infection, you will need to delete it once and for all. Below we provide a detailed removal guide that should be used without any hesitation. Read the rest of this article and find out how the browser hijacker works and why its removal is so imperative.

The primary indication that is up and running on your operating system is a change of your default web browser settings. All of the changes made by this hijacker are made without any notification. Your default homepage and search engine will be altered, and it is worth noting that restoring these settings is a rather difficult task. And of course the fact that you will need to use a suspicious third-party search engine instead of your preferred one and will be forced to start your browsing session on dubious website will make your online experience a frustrating and annoying one. All of this means that you will not be able to surf the web the way you are used. In order to restore those default settings of your web browser, you will need to execute a complete removal of immediately.

What is much worse about is that annoyance caused by it is not the only feature that it exhibits. Our malware researchers have discovered that in some cases this hijacker could act in a quite malicious way. This is so because of the way that the provided search engine functions. It has been found out that some results supplied by this search engine could be implemented with redirect links. This is an extremely dangerous instance since you could be redirected to third-party suspicious or even potentially malicious websites. For example, you could be taken to fake online store crafted by cyber crooks for one reason only – to steal your credit card data. In other cases, you could be taken to a website that runs an arbitrary code execution exploit, meaning that only landing on such a site is more than enough to get your PC infected with some unknown malware. Both instances could have devastating outcomes, to put it mildly. Do not take any chances with and make sure to conduct its removal right now.

The removal of is rather simple because you can delete this malicious browser hijacker via Control Panel. Even though the removal is simple, it is important not to skip any steps since it could result in an incompletely removed infection. If you wish to be absolutely sure that every single bit of has been deleted you are advised to scan your PC with a professional antimalware tool as soon as you have executed the manual removal.

How to remove from your PC

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Tap the Windows key on your keyboard.
  2. Select Control Panel and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Select and click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start and go to Control Panel.
  2. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select the unwanted application.
  4. Click the Remove button.

Windows 8

  1. Move the mouse cursor to the lower-left corner of your desktop.
  2. Right-click and then go to Control Panel.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Right-click the malicious application.
  5. Select Uninstall.
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  1. google Jun 16, 2015

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  2. Google. Jun 16, 2015


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