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

Login Your Email

When web browser settings are changed without your approval or permission, that is called browser hijacking. If you have the heading Login Your Email in the upper right corner of the browser, and the URL address box contains the address, that means that your browser has been hijacked. Malware researchers would label the search engine as browser hijacker even though the search engine only retrieves some modified results matching your search term. So, if you want to remove the browser hijacker that invites you to "login your email", all that you have to do is open the settings and set a new start-up page.

The Login Your Email browser hijacker, or rather, can get on your computer unnoticed. It is possible to get hijacked when browsing questionable websites, including software sharing websites, such as,, and many others. Just a few clicks on links, pop-up advertisements, or other content displayed to you by the infectious website, and your computer, or a web browser, gets affected by some malicious script or software. The browser could also get affected with prior notice; however, not all computer users tend to pay attention to what is being displayed in front of them during the software installation process.

Once set as the home page of your Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome browsers, the Login Your Email search provider starts monitoring your browsing habits. The start-up page of the search engine contains a search box and links to weather forecasts, news, Gmail, Yahoo, OutLook, Hotmail, Facebook, and Maps. The links to the famous websites do not arouse as much suspicion as the links to the weather forecasts and news. For example, the news link opens which contains the top news presented in a list format. Each link to a news article takes the reader to some news website. In order to avoid landing on some deceptive website, you should considering finding a safer source for the breaking news. Another reason why you may like to ignore this website is the fact that it also contains some paid advertisements provided by Revcontent. Even though Revcontent declares that they display content that could be of your interest, you are likely to find some questionable links offering you to read about outstanding people, discoveries, or adventures. In order not to get the PC affected in any way, be careful when engaging with such news websites.

The website provides weather-related information on the Login Your Email search engine, and the forecast website may also look suspicious because of third-party advertisements generated by Revcontent. The website, as well as, contains click bait, the function of which is to attract the reader's attention so that the need to click on the link arises. It is highly advisable to ignore such websites, and we also recommend that you remove the Login Your Email browser hijacker so that you can use safe and reliable search engines.

The search engine does not retrieve any unique search results. Instead, it delivers Yahoo! Search results which are also accompanied by many paid advertisements. It may be hard to notice at which point the list of the paid links ends because the line between the block of ads and the organic search results is almost invisible. The Yahoo! search engine is a widely used search provider, and if you prefer it as your default search provider, use it without any third party functioning as the intermediary between you and the search provider.

You should not hesitate to remove any browser hijacker, because such poorly known search engines collect information about the user's habits and may share it with third parties. The feature of gathering user behavior-related data is typical of every search engine, but not all of them are capable of handling the collected data safely. Search engines usually collect non-personally identifiable information, such as IP address, browser type,clicks, to mention just a few, but some personally identifiable information, when used as a search query and then defined as personally identifiable, may be sold to third parties or used by to flood you with targeted advertisements.

In general, it is highly advisable to use only reputable search engines and software, so, if you want to remove the Login Your Email browser hijacker from your browsers, take action right now. The removal guide given below should help you remove Login Your Email manually, but we strongly suggest that you rely on a professional security program so that you can have the whole system scanned and all malicious files removed.

How to remove Login Your Email

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Win+R and type in regedit.
  2. Click OK.
  3. Follow the path HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main and open the registry value Start page.
  4. Replace the value data with a new URL address.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Type in %APPDATA% and follow the path %AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\[ransom characters].
  3. Open the file prefs.js.
  4. Replace with a new address.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Type in %LocalAppData% and follow the path %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default.
  3. Open the files Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data and replace the malicious URL with a preferred one.
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