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Danger level 7
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Changes default search engine

Was your web browser taken over by If it was, it would be fair to classify it as a browser hijacker. Our research team could not find a version of this search engine that would act as a hijacker, but if you are completely sure that your browser was modified against your wishes, you should need no further explanation as to why you should delete it from your web browser. It is possible that you will face it if you use Safari, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox browser because these are most widely used by users operating on Mac OS computers. Although, at first sight, this search engine looks completely normal, our research team has found that all keywords entered into the search field are redirected to Bing Search, most likely, without the user’s permission. On top of that, a very suspicious tool is promoted via the home page, which indicates that maybe the search tool was built solely for the purpose of promoting third-party deals and advertisements. If you are not sure why we recommend removing, continue reading. was created by a company named “ChumSearch,” and it introduces itself to users via the “About Us” section on the search engine. This company also stands behind other strange search tools, including and It is not hard to tell that they were created by the same company, considering that all of them share the same interface. All of them present the “Clean Your Mac” button on the top right corner of the home page. This button routes to The page introduces Mac users to Mackeeper created by Kromtech Alliance Corp. This application is meant to scan the system for viruses. Although the reviews of this tool are quite mixed, one thing is clear, and that is that its services are not worth the money asked ($18 per month or $118 per year). If you have downloaded the free scanner, you should consider removing it, but, of course, we need to focus on deleting first.

Whether takes over the browser illegally or with your permission, you need to research this tool immediately. Another important thing to do is to check the Privacy Policy, which is available at According to this document, the “Service” can offer third-party advertisements. If you use the tool as a normal search engine, you will be routed to Bing Search, and, most likely, the results will be modified to include advertisements. Clicking on them is not recommended because the undisclosed third parties could be unreliable. Another thing revealed via the Privacy Policy is that the search tool can collect both personal and non-personal information, which can also be shared with undisclosed third parties. Do you want to remove, or are you still not sure about this? After all, since it redirects to Bing Search, it is clear that it does not offer beneficial services. If you want to use Bing, use it without any hijacker or program that could alter the results. In case you have interacted with the advertisements shown via the search tool, scan your operating system to check if you have downloaded anything unreliable and unwanted.

You should successfully delete from your browser by resetting it. You can learn how to reset Safari, Firefox, and Chrome browsers using the instructions below. If you have found the search tool on a different web browser, do not hesitate to leave us a comment below, and we will add the guide that you need. What if you have also installed software promoted via this search engine (e.g., Mackeeper)? If you have, you need to figure out whether or not you want to eliminate it. If you do, look up removal guides via the search field at the top, and if you need help, again, use the comments section. In the future, make sure you are careful about the search tools you trust and allow taking over your browsers. Remember that even if something does not look harmful or dangerous, it does not necessarily mean that it isn’t. Removal

Reset Safari:

  1. Open the Safari web browser.
  2. Click the Safari menu icon and choose Reset Safari.
  3. Check the desired boxes and click Reset.
  4. Restart the browser.

Reset Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the Firefox web browser.
  2. Click the Open menu icon on the top-right corner.
  3. Select Help and then Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click Refresh Firefox and then restart the browser after confirmation.

Reset Google Chrome:

  1. Open the Chrome web browser.
  2. Click the Customize and control Google Chrome button on the top-right corner.
  3. Click Settings and then Advanced (at the bottom of the menu).
  4. Click Reset (at the bottom) and restart the browser after confirmation.
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