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Danger level 6
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Installs itself without permissions

If you find in your browsers upon launching, you may not even think that you have been infected with a malicious program. This search engine page practically looks like any other legitimate search page so you would not even assume it could be illegitimate or harmful. But, unfortunately, we have found that this search engine can actually introduce you to potentially unreliable third-party content, which may pose a threat to your virtual security. It also gets worse because this browser hijacker may enter your system in questionable software packages. This means that when you find this browser hijacker in your browsers, you may be under attack by a number of other malware infections as well. If you do not want to experience how quickly your system can get crippled and overloaded with infections, you should act now. We advise you to remove as soon as possible and remember to do the same to all other potentially harmful programs as well.

When you find a questionable search page in your browsers, it is most likely that you clicked on an unreliable third-party advertisement previously. This is the most common reason to get infected with browser hijackers. But when you are exposed to such advertisements, it is also possible that this hijacker is not the first infection on board. A lot of times computer users have a number of other threats already hiding on their machines, including adware applications and browser hijackers. Sometimes even potentially unwanted programs can display corrupt third-party ads that could install this hijacker or drop a whole software bundle onto your system. So if you want to make sure you are safe using your computer or going online, you should make sure that there are no such infections on board after you delete

It is also possible that you are looking for a free file to download and your web search results in your exposure to fake and malicious file-sharing websites, which are one of the most frequently used pages to spread malicious software installers. Of course, you can also be presented with a flow of unsafe third-party ads on other websites, including online gambling, gaming, dating, and porn-related pages. In fact, if a website looks like a collection of flashy and annoying ads, chances are you can infect your system with one single click. You may drop an infection or a bundle directly, but you may also get redirected to malicious websites that could appear on new tabs or popping up in new browser windows. This can also make your surfing experience quite miserable; however, that is not really the worst that can happen. If you allow the full content of a malicious software package to enter your system, you can face multiple system security threats in no time. This is exactly why we recommend that you delete rigth away and then, scan your computer with a proper malware scanner to find all other infections as well.

At first sight, this search engine looks quite simple and legitimate. We can say that it looks like any other reputable search engines. However, this browser hijacker may display third-party ads on its main page, which could be a source of security issues as you can never trust such ads to be reliable. Apart from the potential danger of ending up on a malicious website or dropping infections directly onto your system by clicking on these ads on the main page, the search engine itself cannot be trusted either. This malware infection belongs to the rare search engines that actually use its own engine to display search results. Nevertheless, these results can easily be modified, i.e., they can contain promoted third-party ads and links, which is the source of income for the creators obviously. The problem is that nobody takes responsibility for the third parties and the content you may be exposed to once landing on their pages. This is why it is so risky because cyber crooks like to exploit such browser hijackers to promote their malicious sites hunting for their next victim to be scammed. If you do not want to fall in such a trap, we suggest that you do not think twice before you remove, this innocent-looking search engine.

If you are ready to act, we are here with the solution. You can either use the built-in home page settings in your browsers to restore them, or use our instructions below. If you might still experience problems, we suggest that you reset your browsers, which would also remove all other potential threats, such as undesirable extensions. Since this browser hijacker found a way to your system, it is quite likely that other malware infections did, too. If this happens once, it is also possible that it will happen again. If you want to efficiently protect your PC from malware threats, we advise you to install a reliable anti-malware application that can automatically take care of all your security issues related to malicious programs.

Remove from your browsers

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Win+E to open File Explorer.
  2. In the “%AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{Unique Mozilla user ID}” directory, open the prefs.js file in Notepad to edit it.
  3. Find the user_pref("browser.startup.homepage", "") string and modify the undesirable URL.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Win+E to open File Explorer.
  2. In the “%LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default” directory, delete the following files: Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Win+Q and type in regedit. Press Enter.
  2. Locate the following registry keys and change the value data, “”:
    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Start Page (64-bit!)
    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Start Page
    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Start Page
  3. In the “HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes\{0633EE93-D776-472f-A0FF-E1416B8B2E3A}” registry key, overwrite the value data belonging to the following value names:
    FaviconURL (value data: “”)
    FaviconURLFallback (value data: “”)
    TopResultURL (value data: “”)
    URL (value data: “”)
  4. Exit the Registry Editor.
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