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Danger level 7
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Changes default search engine is a search engine that can be set as your home page and default search engine if you keep the operating system unprotected and pay no attention to the online content you are provided with. Practice when the user's browsers are affected without permission or notice is considered browser hijacking, and the search engine set as the new search provider or home page is called browser hijacker. The search engine is one of the many so-called browser hijackers already reviewed on our page. is almost the same as The only difference is that, as the URL suggests, is more game-themed, so it offers users access to online gaming websites. This search engine is also similar to,, and a few other search providers, all of which are managed by Polarity Technologies Ltd.

Unsolicited changes on your browsers can be made after clicking on a malicious advertisement or when installing software acquired from a freeware sharing website. Websites promoting free applications very often provide installers that contain more than one application, so it is crucial to be very vigilant during the installation process. The installer may or may not provide you with a requested to approve some changes in the browser settings, which means that sometimes you might miss the chance to avert unsolicited modifications. Hence, keeping the operating system protected by powerful anti-malware is highly recommended. does not seem to differ from other search engines that much, but it does offer some additional features such as links to gaming websites, including,,, and some others. These and other links are present in a built-in toolbar, which also contains a search box, and weather forecasts. In addition to these seemingly handy features, the search engine offers links to frequently visited sites, including Gmail, Yahoo!, Amazon, and, again, a gaming website. These links might come in handy, but you should bear in mind that a search engine that is set as your default search engine in a shady way should not be taken for granted. is one of those search engines that provide users with third-party search results. In the present case, shows you Yahoo! search results, which may also contain some purposely injected malicious links. Since does not provide you with authentic results, we encourage you to consider replacing this search provider with a more reputable one. Remove from the computer by restoring your former settings, which you can do with the help of our removal guide provided below.

Third parties uses to advertise their services and products, and it is important to note that search engines promoted in this way as are very often powered by ill-purposed advertisements. Your interaction with some malicious ads, including pop-ups, banners, and other types, may end up in malware installation or data loss, which may have undesirable long-term consequences. collects information about users' behavior as the vast majority of search engines, but it is important to note that not all search engine are equally reliable in data processing and protection. The information related to your browsing actions can be shared with third parties and then used for marketing or advertising purposes, which is another reason for considering the removal of

As regards the removal of the search engine, we recommend implementing an anti-malware program so that you can be sure that you can browse the Internet safely. A reputable security program will warn you about potential danger so that you can prevent damage. However, if you are willing to try your skills in malware removal, we recommend using the guidelines given below. You will have to delete an extension associated with the unwanted search engine. Please note that you modify your settings at your own risk. If you find that some step in the removal guide is not effective or, in general, have a question about the removal of, feel free to leave a question to our team below in the comment box.


Internet Explorer

  1. Press the Windows button on the keyword (Win 8/Win 10) and start typing Uninstall or change a program or go to Control Panel through the Start menu (Win 7) .
  2. Access the section enabling you to remove programs and uninstall the program related to the browser hijacker.

Google Chrome

  1. Click the three dots icon in the upper right of the browser.
  2. Select More tools and click Extensions.
  3. Remove the unwanted extension.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click the three horizontal lines button and select in the upper-right corner of the screen.
  2. Select Add-ons.
  3. Remove the unwanted extension.



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