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Danger level 7
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Changes default search engine is a tremendously suspicious search engine that could potentially modify certain settings of your browsers. At this moment, there is no information indicating that this search tool can hijack homepage, New Tab, or default search provider on any browser without the user’s permission. Despite that, it is possible that this search engine will replace your regular search tools, and that is something we are concerned about. At first sight, the interface of this strange engine does not look suspicious at all, except for the logo above the words “SUPER SEARCH,” which looks pretty much identical to the infamous Target logo. Is this just a coincidence, or is this a well-devised trick to make you trust the search tool subconsciously? Maybe things are not that complicated, and we are digging too deep here, but the thing is that this search tool might be completely unreliable. If you do not know if you should remove, we suggest reading this report.

It is possible that the suspicious is associated with some extension or application, but our research team could not find it. This potentially means that the search engine is not spread in an official and transparent manner. In fact, it is possible that it is spread with the help of third-party software distributors. The problem here is that these distributors could bundle along with much more unreliable and dangerous infections, which is not something you can ignore. Malware could slither in using disguises or without your notice at all, and so we recommend using a trusted malware scanner to help you inspect your operating system and figure out if you need to eliminate other infections. If you do, you can employ anti-malware software to have all infections erased from your operating system at the same time. Or you can research and delete every single one of them individually. Needless to say, you should not forget about the suspicious either.

Have you registered for any services associated with If you have, the information you have disclosed can be stored and used by this search tool. Considering that registration forms or other things alike are not represented via the interface of the search engine, we are not sure how they would be introduced to you. The Privacy Policy, however, informs about this, and so you have to be cautious. You also have to be cautious about the search services that are offered. Although it might appear as if shows original search results, at the bottom of the page you can find the “powered by Google Custom Search” tag. Does that mean that the search results are represented by Google? In fact, some results are taken from the original search engine, but others are introduced to you by the creators of the suspicious engine. What does that mean? Unfortunately, that means that sponsored links and advertisements could be shown as well. Other suspicious search tools that have employed Google Custom Search include,, and

There is no denying that is quite suspicious and mysterious. While we cannot confirm that it is malicious, it might showcase third-party ads instead of search results, and that might restrict you from finding useful information quickly. If you decide to delete from your browsers, we advise resetting them to guarantee the removal of data-tracking tools as well. If you want to learn how to change homepage and default search provider settings, we show how to do that as well. You have one more option: You can install anti-malware software. It can inspect your operating system to determine which malicious elements are active. It can automatically remove them. The best part is that it can also guarantee full-time protection to ensure that unreliable and suspicious programs cannot enter your operating system in the future. If you are interested in anything else that has not been discussed in this report, please start a discussion in the comments section. Removal

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch the browser, tap Alt+F, and choose Settings.
  2. Click Show advanced settings, then scroll down, and click Reset settings.
  3. Click Reset and then restart Google Chrome.
  4. Tap Alt+F and select Settings again.
  5. Go to On Startup and choose Open a specific page or set of pages.
  6. Click Set pages and then enter the desired startup URL. Click OK.
  7. Go to the Search menu and click Manage search engines…
  8. Choose the desired provider, click Make default, and then click Done.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch the browser, tap Alt+T, and select Internet options.
  2. Click the Advanced tab and then click the Reset button.
  3. Mark Delete personal settings and then click Reset one more time.
  4. Restart the browser, tap Alt+T, and select Internet options again.
  5. Click the General tab and move to the Home Page.
  6. Enter the desired URL and click OK.
  7. Tap Alt+T again and select Manage Add-ons.
  8. Move to the Search Providers menu.
  9. Select the desired provider, click Set as default, and then click Close.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch the browser, tap Alt+H, and choose Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Click the Refresh Firefox button on the right and then confirm it.
  3. Restart the browser, tap Alt+T, and choose Options.
  4. In the menu on your left click General.
  5. Move to the Home Page and enter the desired startup URL.
  6. In the menu on the left click Search.
  7. Set the desired search provider.
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