What is

Have you decided that is a trustworthy search tool, but you need our reassurance? Well, we cannot provide you with that because we classify it as browser hijacker, and, of course, we always recommend removing hijackers. Why? The answer is multilayered, and so we cannot give it in one answer, but we can guarantee that by the time you are done reading this report, you will realize that deleting is something you should have already done. Unfortunately, other threats might require your attention first. According to the research we have done in our internal lab, there is a great chance that malware runs on your PC along with the hijacker. How come? The hijacker has been found traveling in software bundles, and, of course, it is much more likely to travel packaged with malware rather than legitimate, harmless programs. Even if the programs bundled together look harmless, you have to analyze them. Hopefully, a full system scan shows no threats, and you can fully focus on the hijacker.test

How does work? might slither in without your notice, or it could replace the homepage with your permission. While it might be easier to identify it as a threat if it hijacks your browsers illegally, you must recognize it as a potential threat either way. The bad news is that this hijacker has many clones, such as and, and so the chances of you attracting one of them are pretty high. As mentioned previously, you might discover this infection in a software bundle, and it looks like it could be installed with a unique browser extension. This extension might offer you access to exclusive online games, and the reality is that the hijacker displays quick-access links to some gaming websites. Does that make this search tool beneficial? Of course, it does not. The easy-access links are like bait used to lure you in because you cannot separate them from the unreliable search tool. Overall, the hijacker is quite attractive, and it is not surprising that so many users have been tricked into trusting it.

Of course, the main feature of is the search engine, and that is the feature we are most worried about. Because the hijacker exploits a well-known, popular search engine, Yahoo Search, there is no doubt that some users will be tricked into thinking that they are using a legitimate search provider. The truth is that the results can be modified by the developer of to expose you to sponsored links. Why are these links showcased along with legitimate links? It is most likely that the creator of the hijacker is paid to do that, in which case, the intention must be to promote as many sponsored links as possible, instead of providing you with a safe and useful search experience. On top of that, it becomes clear that interacting with this search tool is dangerous by analyzing the Privacy Policy, which informs that HTTP cookies potentially capable of collecting personal information can be installed. You must not forget about these cookies when you eliminate the hijacker because they require removal as well.

How to delete is a browser hijacker that is neither useful nor reliable, and we suggest deleting it as soon as possible. The removal method we propose shows how to reset browsers. Although that might pose some inconvenience because resetting the browsers means erasing all data, that is the quickest and best way to eliminate the hijacker and all components associated with it. If you do not want to reset your browser, you need to modify the Home Page settings and delete the cookies, which you can do via a menu that opens by tapping Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys. Remember that you have other options as well, such as using automated malware removal software, which is the best option if additional threats are active as well. If you have any kinds of concerns of questions, do not hesitate to start a conversation in the comments section below.

Removal Guide

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch IE and tap Alt+T keys.
  2. Select Internet options.
  3. Click the Advanced tab on the right.
  4. Click the Reset button.
  5. Mark Delete personal settings and click Reset.
  6. Restart the browser.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch Firefox and tap Alt+H.
  2. Select Troubleshooting Information.
  3. Click the Refresh Firefox button.
  4. To confirm the choice, click Refresh Firefox again.
  5. Restart the browser.

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch Chrome and tap Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings and scroll to the bottom.
  3. Click Shows advanced settings and scroll to the bottom.
  4. Click Reset settings.
  5. To confirm your choice, click Reset.
  6. Restart the browser.
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