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Danger level 6
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Changes default search engine is a search tool you might find set as your new default search provider on all your browsers. No, it does not hijack users’ browsers. As a consequence, our specialists have not categorized it as a browser hijacker. It is more likely that users install a browser extension promoting it themselves. Of course, we are sure there are users who click on all buttons they find in front of their eyes automatically without even checking what they do. This would explain why a bunch of people do not know anything about the appearance of on their browsers. We have to admit that this page looks 100% reliable at first glance. Unfortunately, this is only an illusion. Research carried out by malware analysts at has shown that it has drawbacks, so if you still cannot decide whether or not you should keep it and use it as your default search provider, you should choose another search tool instead of this one, in our opinion. You could set a new search provider of your choice after you remove from your browsers fully. Theoretically, it might affect all the most popular browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, but there is a possibility that only one web browser will be affected in your case. In any event, we recommend that you check them all and then immediately take action to get rid of

Have you found set on your web browser? If so, there is a huge possibility that you have installed some kind of browser extension associated with this search provider. If you do not know anything about this, it does not mean that this has not happened, so we highly recommend that you check all active extensions on your browser. If you can find unknown/suspicious add-ons, you should remove them all. This is the only way to remove from the affected web browser. We do not say that is a malicious search provider. Actually, research has shown that it returns Google search results that are not modified in any way when the search query is entered. We cannot guarantee that you will not be presented with any sponsored links in the future, i.e. when collects enough information about you, so we still recommend that you remove it. You should get rid of it also because it is unclear whether its primary purpose is not to collect specific details about users – both EULA and Privacy Policy documents are missing, so we cannot guarantee that it will not bring any privacy-related problems. Suspicious search tools usually do not record personal information, but we cannot guarantee that it is the case with too. Without a doubt, will also collect various random non-personally identifiable details automatically.

According to our specialists, users do not set on their browsers as a new search tool consciously. In most cases, they find it set after they install the add-on promoting it. In most cases, users are redirected to from,, or a similar website and then notice a pop-up asking them to add the extension. Some users click the button consciously, whereas others click the button without even realizing that they will install the suspicious add-on and thus find their browsers’ settings altered. You should be more careful from now on because hundreds of untrustworthy extensions that might apply changes to your browsers exist, and you might install one of them on your computer again. It is advisable to have a security application enabled on the system as well. It will prevent bad software from infiltrating your PC for you. In other words, your computer will be protected 24/7.

The chances are high that the appearance of on your browsers is closely associated with the installation of some kind of suspicious browser extension, so the first thing you should do is inspecting all active add-ons. If you find suspicious ones, you must delete them right away. Check our manual removal instructions if you do not know how.


Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer and press Alt+T.
  2. Click Manage Add-ons.
  3. Select the extension you want to delete.
  4. Click Remove.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Ctrl+Shift+A.
  3. Locate the extension and select it.
  4. Click Remove.

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome and press Alt+F.
  2. Select More tools and open Extensions.
  3. Select the undesirable extension.
  4. Click the Remove button.
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