Login Your Email

What is Login Your Email?

If the startup page of your web browser has a toolbar full of handy links and the heading Login Your Email, your browser is probably affected by a browser hijacker named Search.searchlye.com. The Login Your Email search engine belongs to a family of browser hijackers that change the home pages of browsers, and those hijackers, or rather search engines, include Search.searchlttrn.com, earch.yourpackagesnow.com, Search.youremailnow.com, and some other similar search providers.
All these search engines, including the one with the heading Login Your Email, should be removed once spotted so that the users of the affected browsers do not put themselves in danger. How is that possible? We discuss that further in the text, so continue reading to find out why you should not trust search engines that appear on the browser out of the blue and offer their questionable services aimed at enhancing your experience.

How does Login Your Email work?

The search engine Search.searchlye.com displaying the heading Login Your Email works similarly to many other search providers. It offers users a toolbar containing a search box and access to weather forecasts, news articles, Gmail, and a few other services that are supposed to be of users’ interest. All these features would not arouse suspicion if the forecast and news websites were not aimed at providing you with third-party advertisements generating revenues and traffic. Upon browser hijacking, you are given the chance to check  weather forecasts on Nationalweatheragency.com, whereas the news articles are available at News.mynewswire.co. The two sources are powered by Revcontent displaying paid links to various clickbait websites. It is highly important to ignore all those eye-catching headlines and pictures so that a single click does not take you to a deceptive website full of malware or links to other malicious websites.
As for the news site News.mynewswire.co, the website is not a news gatherer but a platform displaying links to different websites. Among all those news articles, which can be searched by category, you may find reputable websites, such as BBC. However, it is very likely that part of the news headlines may take you to some unknown websites when clicked on. In order not to get redirected to an infectious website, you should access only trusted news sources. This preventative measure applies not only to news websites. You should use common sense when searching for software, services, and products so that you can prevent the attackers’ desperate attempts to deceive you into paying for non-existent services or downloading malicious software.

The search engine Search.searchlye.com also has some downsides. First, it does not generate its authentic search results. Instead of providing you with unique search results that would distinguish it from the rest, the Login Your Email search engine retrieved Yahoo! Search results. Second, the first page of search results contain a great number paid advertisements, which are located in the most noticeable places of the page, i.e., at the very top of the page. Among the paid advertisements, which you would expect to match your search term, you may find some irrelevant links, including links to other unknown search engines, which may use various tracking techniques to obtain as much information about your browsing behaviors as possible.

The Login Your Email browser hijacker is no exception in terms of data gathering, because it also collects non-personally identifiable information related to your browsing sessions. For example, it records your clicks, search terms, browser type, and some other details that could help ad publishers draw some conclusions about your preferences. This data is collected by virtually all search engines, but only a few have built up a well-deserved reputation. We advise you against using questionable search engines, especially those that use well-known engines to provide users with search results. The Yahoo! Search engine can be set as your default search provider without Login Your Email, which you can do after removing Login Your Email from the browsers.

How to remove Login Your Email

The browser hijacker Login Your Email can be removed manually, and you can do it yourself using the removal instructions displayed below. But our team at Anti-Spyware-101.com recommends implementing a reputable security program. The reason why we strongly suggest using anti-malware is that there are many nefarious programs that attempt to access operating systems unnoticed. For example, there are numerous so-called potentially unwanted programs that are presented as useful applications, but in reality they may collect information, display data, or have some negative effect on the overall performance. If such a program attempts to access your PC, the anti-malware program would inform you about the issue. Moreover, there are millions of threats that are installed on the PC stealthily to record or damage your data. Such incidents can be prevent if you implement  a reputable tool, so, even if you are eager to remove Login Your Email manually, consider installing a professional anti-malware program.

Remove Login Your Email from browsers

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Type in regedit and click OK.
  3. Follow the path HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main.
  4. Open the registry value Start page  and delete the unwanted URL. Type in a new URL.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Type in %APPDATA% and click OK.
  3. Follow the path %AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\[ransom symbols].
  4. Open the file prefs.js and change the address Search.searchlye.com to the address of another website.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Win+R.
  2. Type in %LocalAppData% and click OK.
  3. Follow the path %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default.
  4. Open the files Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data edit the lines with the unwanted URL by replacing the URL with an new one of your choice. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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