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Danger level 6
Type: Browser Hijackers appears to be a potentially unwanted program that may trouble MAC users. According to the reports of those who encountered it the suspicious site keeps appearing on its own and shows various suspicious content. Our researchers say such behavior might be not only annoying, but also possibly dangerous, which is why we would recommend eliminating this potentially unwanted program as fast as you can. At the end of the text we will place instructions showing how to reset the affected browser as it might help remove once and for all. However, before sliding below the text, we would advise you to read the rest of the report and get to know more about the suspicious application. Also, users who want to learn anything else we might not mention about the tool could leave us comments at the end of the article.

There is not much information about, but from what we managed to find out, it would seem the application could be spread via unreliable file-sharing web pages. If this is the truth, it is entirely possible the potentially unwanted program could be bundled with some other tool, for example, pirated software, adware, browser hijackers, etc. Therefore, to maintain the system secure and clean from unreliable or malicious applications in the future we would recommend keeping away from torrent and other doubtful sites that could bundle their installers with potential threats. It is always safer to download desired programs from legitimate web pages and official distribution sites. Plus, it would be smart to choose advanced or custom installation settings when it is possible so you could review all available information or even deselect the unwanted bundled software.

Furthermore, it is said the potentially unwanted application could hijack Safari, although it is possible it might affect browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome as well. Users who had the misfortune to come across it say its behavior is incredibly annoying. Apparently, it might keep opening new tabs leading to What’s more, it seems the tool’s displayed sites could show various advertising content from third parties. Some of the ads might even promote gambling web pages or sites with adult content, scam websites asking to participate in fake surveys or lotteries, sites offering other potentially unwanted programs, adware, browser hijackers, or threats alike, and so on. No doubt, interaction with such content could be dangerous in different ways as the user could endanger both his privacy and the computer’s security. Thus, if you are receiving ads, we would advise you to delete the potentially unwanted program as soon as possible.

Our researchers say it might be enough to reset the affected browser and the suspicious application should no longer redirect the user to shady sites. If you do not know how to reset your browser, we would recommend following the instructions located a bit below this article as they will list the steps needed to complete to reset Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome successfully. If the potentially unwanted program keeps redirecting you even after performing a browser reset you may want to check the system for threats that could have entered the system together with Needless to say, you should get rid of such applications as fast as possible too.

Remove from browsers


  1. Launch your browser.
  2. Go to Safari menu and press Clear History.
  3. Choose the needed period and select Clear History again.
  4. Navigate to the Safari menu again and click Preferences.
  5. Choose the Advanced tab and select Show Develop menu.
  6. Access Develop menu and press Empty Caches.
  7. Go to Preferences and select Extensions.
  8. Remove all unreliable extensions.
  9. Navigate to Security and deselect Allow Plug-ins.
  10. Restart Safari.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Choose Help from the upper menu bar.
  3. Press Troubleshooting information and select Refresh Firefox.
  4. Click Refresh Firefox again and choose Finish.
  5. Reboot your browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch your browser.
  2. Press Alt+F and click Settings.
  3. Scroll down and select Advanced.
  4. Scroll below once more and press Reset.
  5. Select Reset to finish.
  6. Restart Google Chrome.
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