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Danger level 6
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Changes default search engine has an interface of a search engine, but you should not use it to browse the web. If you do that, you will be routed to a familiar search engine – – and sponsored links will be injected to trick you into clicking on them. Yahoo Search, of course, has nothing to do with this, and the hijacker is responsible for rerouting you without authorization and then exposing you to potentially unreliable results. Needless to say, this is a very important reason to remove from your browser; however, it is not the only one. Without a doubt, we advise reading this report to learn all about the infection, but if you are in a hurry, or you do not care to learn more, you can move straight to the instructions below. They show how to delete the hijacker from the browsers it affects. According to our research, the hijacker is compatible with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer web browsers. It is notable that the hijacker works differently depending on the browser it corrupts.

If has taken over your browser, the chances are that you have installed an extension called “Email Inbox Login.” This extension can be downloaded from and The later source, of course, is created for Google Chrome users only. Email Inbox Login is installed as an extension on Chrome and Firefox, but it is installed as a Windows application for those who operate using Internet Explorer. Once the potentially unwanted program is installed, the hijacker takes over the New tab (on all browsers), as well as the homepage and search provider (on Firefox and Internet Explorer). This is how should work even if you let it in using a third-party installer or bundled with other programs. Unfortunately, it is highly likely that many users will download Email Inbox Login and the hijacker bundled with malware. Install a trusted malware scanner to help you inspect your operating system, and if malicious threats are found, delete them as soon as possible. Keep in mind that if more dangerous threats are found, you might want to focus on their removal first.

The suspicious has the same interface as, and both hijackers represent the same links to well-known pages, including,,, and Considering that Email Inbox Login is meant to help you access your email accounts faster, the added links might seem great at first, but you can easily add shortcut links to your browser’s bookmarks bar, and you definitely do not need an extension for it. All other extensions/hijackers created by Polarity Technologies Ltd. (e.g., or are just as useless. The thing is that the legitimate, potentially useful links are a distraction from the unreliable search service. Can you evade sponsored links and browse the web without landing on potentially malicious sites? That might be possible, but you cannot evade the collection of data that is performed by the threat. Cookies are placed to record information regarding your virtual behavior, and if you accidentally disclose personal information, it can be recorded as well.

Deleting is not at all challenging. The only thing you really need to do is get rid of the Email Inbox Login extension, and you can do that using the instructions below. As you can see, the process is fairly simple. Of course, if other threats have invaded your operating system, you will need to deal with them separately. That is, if you decide to remove all of them manually. You can choose to install anti-malware software instead. It will automatically remove Email Inbox Login and, as well as all other threats that exist. Needless to say, this option is very suitable to those who are dealing with complicated and dangerous infections. We also recommend installing this software if you care about your virtual security in the future because it can efficiently patch all security backdoors and ensure full-time, all-rounded protection. If you want to discuss the removal further, add a comment below. Removal

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Ctrl+Shift+A.
  2. In the Add-ons Manager menu click Extensions.
  3. Remove the unwanted extension called Email Inbox Login.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+F.
  2. Select More tools and then go to Extensions.
  3. Find the Email Inbox Login add-on, click the recycle bin next to it, and select Remove.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the Start menu (click the Windows/Start logo on the Taskbar).
  2. Navigate to Uninstall a program menu.
  3. Select the undesirable application, Email Inbox Login, and click Uninstall.
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