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Danger level 6
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage

Are you redirected to every time you browse the web? If you are, you might be dealing with a browser hijacker that is capable of diverting your connection to unfamiliar search providers. This browser hijacker is usually recognized by the name of the search provider it redirects to, but we have found that[random symbols].html is the URL that you will find on the homepage of your browsers if the hijacker attacks. If you notice this, it is important that you delete the infection as soon as you possibly can. Read more to learn how to remove

If you are not redirected to, you might find yourself routed to,, and even The same hijacker is known to route users to different sites, and this might be related to their IP addresses. We have found that is only targeted at users living in the Middle East, which means that if you reside in Qatar or the United Arab Emirates, you are more “susceptible” to this infection. According to our research, this hijacker is most likely to come bundled with malicious installers that might carry other infections as well. For example, you might have to delete Vonteera, and advertisement-supported program that might inject suspicious ads. Of course, right now we are focused on the removal of

Even if does not look like a malicious site, it hides certain security threats. For example, this search provider showcases banner advertisements that might route you to dangerous sites. Although we do not claim that you will not be able to use as a beneficial search tool, we believe that the risks outweigh the benefits. What is more, this hijacker might install tracking cookies to spy on you. Even though not all cookies are malicious, some of them are known for collecting private data and sharing information with unreliable parties. We are sure that you now understand why it is essential to delete from your web browsers.

Before we talk about the removal of, we want to bring your attention to a Trojan that could be active in your operating system. In many cases, this hijacker is installed by a silent Trojan that could have entered your operating system a while ago. If this is the case, it is possible that other threats were installed without your permission as well. Even though some users might have the skills necessary for finding malware, regular users should install a malware scanner. If you choose the right tool, we are certain that you will know which threats, besides, you need to delete.

It is obvious that legitimate security software is not set up to protect your operating system. If it were, you would not need to worry about the removal of Trojans, advertisement-supported programs, or browser hijackers. Install SpyHunter, an up-to-date security tool, and all malicious programs will be removed from your operating system automatically. Of course, some users will try to delete all malicious programs themselves. Even though the removal of Trojans and other threats might be complicated, the removal of is relatively simple. All that you need to do is change the Target, and the homepage on the infected browsers will be restored. Removal

  1. Right-click the shortcut of the browser that was infected by the hijacker.
  2. Select Properties to open a menu and click the Shortcut tab.
  3. Go to Target and delete the URL representing
  4. Click OK and launch your browser.

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