What is

You cannot trust the content delivered to you by the malicious browser hijacker because it might include misleading advertisements, scam offers, malware installers, and irrelevant links. Since you are reading this report, most likely, you have already decided to delete This, of course, is the right move, but we recommend reading this report before you eliminate this threat from your web browser. Which browser was corrupted by this hijacker? Was it Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Internet Explorer? These are the most popular browsers worldwide, and so it is not surprising that the creator of the hijacker targets them. Speaking of targets, you are more likely to face the threat if you live in Azerbaijan, Poland, Russia, Turkey, or Ukraine. The links represented via the hijacker are represented using tags in Russian, and so it is likely that the threat is targeted at those speaking the language. research team has inspected the threat, and if you want to learn more about it and its removal, you should continue reading.test

Do you know what is? is not a regular hijacker, and most users are likely to be redirected to its malicious page. However, it has been seen to take over the homepage on different browsers too. If your homepage was modified, do not rush to change the URL because that is unlikely to help. You need to rip this threat by its roots, and these roots appear to lie in the Windows Registry and the “Tasks” folder. Our research team has found that the scheduled task supporting the hijacker ensures that the malicious page is automatically launched every hour or so. The RUN key created in the Windows Registry ensures that the infection is activated upon startup. The names of these two elements – the task and the RUN key – should be identical, but they are random, which is why some users might have trouble with the removal of Although it is obvious how the threat operates, it is unknown how exactly it slithers into the operating system. It is likely that malware is responsible for setting up the hijacker, and, of course, it must be deleted too. Install the reliable malware scanner to help you identify the threats that require removal.

You will be redirected to various malicious websites if you interact with the links shown via the suspicious According to our research, the links are followed by images and headlines that are fictitious, and, in most cases, do not match the actual content you are introduced to. Basically, the hijacker employs clickbait to ensure that you interact with the links because, most likely, that is the only way for the creator to make money using this threat. Although many of the links and the content shown via them might seem harmless, you need to be extremely cautious about scams. If you are not vigilant, you could be tricked into disclosing personal information, downloading unreliable software, or purchasing useless services and products. Instead of doing that, you should remove The good news is that getting rid of this threat is not that complicated.

How to delete

Do you want to remove yourself? If you do, are you sure you can successfully get rid of all malicious components? Once you eliminate the malicious Registry entry and the scheduled task, you also need to clear the browsing data. If you skip this step, undesirable data trackers might continue spying on you. Besides the hijacker, you might also need to delete other infections. It is important that you think about this before you initiate manual removal. Even if you can delete yourself, if you cannot erase all other threats, there is no point in wasting time. Instead, you should install an automated anti-malware tool. This is not the lesser option. In fact, our research team strongly recommends installing this tool. Not only will it clean your system but it will also reestablish full-time protection, which you, of course, need if you want to evade malware in the future.

Removal Instructions

  1. Tap keys Win+R to launch RUN and then enter regedit.exe.
  2. In Registry Editor, move to HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RUN.
  3. Delete the {random name} value representing the hijacker. Note that the name of the value is identical to the name of the scheduled task that also requires removal.
  4. Tap keys Win+E to launch Explorer and enter %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks into the bar at the top.
  5. Delete the task representing the hijacker (the name is identical to that of the malicious RUN value).
  6. Delete any other malicious components (if you cannot identify them, use a legitimate malware scanner).
  7. Launch the affected browser and then tap keys Ctrl+Shift+Delete.
  8. Choose the time range (if necessary) and the data you want to erase and then clear/delete it.

N.B. If the hijacker remains set as your homepage, you will need to reset your browser. If you do not know how to do it, post a comment below. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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