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Danger level 6
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Changes default search engine appears to be a simple search engine that should allow the user to surf the Internet. So far, it does not look like the application could be potentially dangerous and still our researchers do not think it can be trusted. It was noticed the tool employs to gather and display the results, which instantly raises a question why should anyone use it when they can go straight to We believe the search engine’s creators might have designed it to collect user information and generate revenue from advertising. Even though we did not notice any ads while testing it, it does not mean the application might not show them later. Moreover, based on the information provided on the’s Privacy Policy we believe there is a chance such content could be tailored and unreliable. Under such circumstances, our researchers advise not to take any chances with this doubtful tool. If you think it would be best to get rid of it before anything goes wrong, you could use the instructions available below, but if you prefer learning more about it first, we would suggest reading the rest of this article first.

The research shows is most popular in India, but it can be encountered by users from different countries as well. It is possible the application might be traveling with bundled installers or pop-up advertisements. Thus, if you have no idea how it appeared on your browser, it is possible you acquired it without even realizing it. As you see bundled installers sometimes hide the additionally suggested software proposals unless the user chooses advanced or custom installation. No doubt, it is what we would strongly advise since it might allow you to not only learn about bundled suggestions but also deselect them, which means paying attention to the information on the installation wizard could stop you from installing suspicious tools unknowingly. Of course, we cannot be one hundred percent sure the search engine is distributed this way; still, it is possible, and so we think it might be wise to stay alert. might be compatible with browsers like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. What’s more, after entering the system it might replace the mentioned browsers’ default search engine, homepage, or new tab page, although we do not say it will necessarily affect all of the listed preferences. As said at the beginning of the article the application might gather results with and even display them through it. Therefore, surfing the Internet with might feel same as browsing with Google. Nonetheless, users should realize it is not the same. These tools have different Privacy Policies. Also, our researchers noticed the search engine in question does not provide an End User License Agreement document, which is why there is not much information about the software. Based on the text provided by its Privacy Policy it seems the application could both gather and share user’s anonymous information with its third-party partners.

Furthermore, it is said the collected data might be used to provide users with advertising content. It is stressed a couple of times through the Privacy Policy document that the software’s creators take no responsibility for the third-party content. This may suggest, no one reviews or can guarantee the ads will be reliable. Thus, we think there is a possibility some of them could promote untrustworthy content or lead to suspicious web pages. Clearly, we cannot be sure about it, but given there is a risk the search engine might show doubtful advertising content, we would advise you not to trust it. After all, you can easily replace it with; the search engine it uses to gather and display the results anyway. Lastly, users who decide to remove it could use the deletion instructions available a bit below this article.

Erase by resetting the browser

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+X and open Internet Options.
  2. Open the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Choose Delete personal settings.
  4. Select Reset again and tap Close.

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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