You must be reading this report because you have found StreamSearchClub installed on your Google Chrome browser. It is most likely that you installed this extension yourself, even if you did that by accident. If you do not remember downloading this extension, perhaps you remember downloading something else. If that is the case, it is possible that the PUP (potentially unwanted program) was bundled with another extension or program. Can you guarantee that it is harmless? If you are not too sure about that, install a genuine malware scanner without further delay. This tool will quickly examine your system and will let you know if you should remove StreamSearchClub along with anything else. Yes, we do recommend deleting the extension but not because it might have slithered into your system in funny ways. There are far more serious reasons for that, and if you want to learn all about it, please continue reading.
When you install StreamSearchClub, nothing changes within your browser in a visible way. When you launch it, everything should look normal. However, the PUP places feed.streamsearchclub.com as the default search provider, and if you use it, you might be exposed to highly unreliable search results. The worst part is that the PUP’s search tool redirects to Yahoo Search, and so some users might start interacting with the results without even realizing that they are not completely right. The PUP can inject the links of third-party partners, and we cannot say what kind of websites they might promote. Of course, you should not expect anything great from a PUP like StreamSearchClub. We warn you about potentially facing malware and scam websites, and if you believe that you might have interacted with those already, please think about what has happened. If you have downloaded unfamiliar programs or extensions, scan your system to determine if anything requires removal. If you have disclosed personal data, watch out for scams.
It is possible to delete StreamSearchClub manually. In fact, that is very easy to do, and you should be able to follow the guide below even if you lack experience. The same guide can be used to delete other PUPs, such as LiveSportSearch, VideosSearches, ConverterSearchTool, or HDMusicStreamSearch. All of them are clones, and all of them appear to have been built to introduce Chrome users to the same unreliable search tool. Since they use data-tracking cookies, we also recommend that you clear browsing data, which you can do using the instructions below as well. That said, before you jump in, we advise that you scan your system. This might seem like an arbitrary thing if you see nothing else that requires attention, but you would be surprised how many threats are able to conceal and hide themselves. If the scanner finds nothing – great. If it finds threats, you want to delete them all as soon as possible, and that is easiest to do with the help of a legitimate and trustworthy anti-malware program.