What is is a troublesome browser hijacker that might not only replace your default homepage but also redirect you to fake technical support web pages. Such sites might warn users about computer problems that do not exist and suggest them to contact technical support with +1-(888)941-3234 telephone number. If you noticed such notifications, you should know that this is only a scam. Our researchers at are almost one hundred percent sure that such pop-ups show up because of To make matters worse, the search engine could also display potentially harmful content that may belong to its third-party partners. Therefore, we would advise you not to take any chances with the browser hijacker and remove it immediately. Just, slide below the text and you will find manual instructions that will guide you through the process.testtest

Where does come from?

It looks like the search engine could be distributed with modified versions of open source proxy on website. The site might offer a bundled installer that may suggest you to accept as well. Some users may have installed the application without even realizing it. It often happens when users rush the process and accept the terms on the setup wizard without even reading them. If the situation sounds familiar to you, it might be a good idea to check the system for other browser hijackers, adware, and other possible threats.

How does work?

Our researchers noticed that the software could work on the Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers. The application should set as the default homepage. If you use it, the site might collect information about your browsing habits and show you third-party advertising. Such ads could have links to other web pages, and it could be unsafe to enter them. To give you an example, some part of promoted websites might contain malware such as ransomware, viruses, Trojans, etc.

What’s more, the search engine could redirect the user to a fake technical support web page called **Your Computer has been blocked** +1-(888)941-3234. It shows a false warning that urges you to call the technical assistance. The annoying part is that it might be difficult to get rid of this pop-up. Based on the browser you may have to close it using the Task Manager or click the x button on the pop-up multiple times. Hopefully most of the users understand that the warning is fictitious; otherwise, the fake support members could try to sell unnecessary products or scam users in other ways.

How to remove

As you realize, it might be better to get rid of the search engine since it might show you not only annoying but also potentially harmful content. To eliminate the browser hijacker manually, there are few tasks that you should do. For starters, the user would need to locate the software’s created folder on the C:\Windows directory. The folders title should include your computer’s name and a few numbers. Plus, it is also important to reset the affected browser and change the homepage. If it is too difficult for you, install a legitimate antimalware tool and use it to erase


  1. Open the Explorer (Windows Key+E).
  2. Navigate to the following directory: C:\Windows
  3. Search for a folder called after your computer’s name, e.g. “computer name_ 080816.”
  4. Right-click the folder and press Delete.

Reset affected browser

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+X and select Internet Options.
  2. Open the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Mark Delete personal settings, then press Reset again and click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press the Help icon on the top-left corner.
  2. Choose Troubleshooting information and select Refresh Firefox.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox again and press Finish.
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