What is is a search tool that might come as a redirect. That is, you might see this page because you are redirected straight to it when you open your web browser. If you already see it open for you, it is very likely that some kind of untrustworthy browser extension has been installed on your browser. Check the list of extensions and remove all suspicious ones to get rid of Do this as soon as possible because the search tool you see is definitely not the most trustworthy search provider. Theoretically, you might even be exposed to potential threats if you use it. We know that it does not look dangerous at all, but we can assure you that it is not one of those search tools that can be trusted. Actually, you should not trust any search provider that appears on your browser out of the blue because legitimate search tools do not occupy users’ browsers without their knowledge. Users only see them because they set these search providers consciously on their browsers as new homepages/default search engines. As you can see, is not one of them. Therefore, it should be eliminated right away so that it could not cause any problems. As mentioned at the beginning of this paragraph, the chances are high that its appearance is directly linked to the installation of the untrustworthy browser extension. If it turns out to be true in your case too, i.e. you come across a suspicious extension, remove it mercilessly because it is the only way to make sure that you will no longer see

What does do?

Specialists working at have tested Unfortunately, research has clearly shown that this search tool cannot be trusted fully even though it might seem to be a legitimate search provider at first. Unlike similar search tools that appear in front of users’ eyes out of the blue, it returns Google Search results and works just fine. It does not even display any modified search results, so, theoretically, it should be safe to use it to perform web searches. Of course, we still do not recommend doing that because it is considered to be a suspicious search tool. Our researchers could not find its Privacy Policy document either, which suggests that it might have what to hide from users. In most cases, untrustworthy search tools gather information about users automatically. To be more specific, they usually focus on the collection of the non-personally identifiable information, but, of course, they might record personal details if users provide them too. For example, if they are entered in the search box. It is hard to say what specific details will be recorded if you perform searches using because its Privacy Policy is not available, but we are sure it will collect some information about you. It should be noted that the author of is not the only one who could access those details. It is very likely that they will also be disclosed to advertisers and partners.

Where does come from?

It is possible to set as a default search tool and homepage, but we are 99% sure that you have nothing to do with its appearance on your browsers. We suspect that you see this search tool open because there is an undesirable browser extension redirecting you to this domain automatically installed on your computer. You could have installed it yourself next to other programs because they are often distributed bundled. Of course, it could have been installed on your computer somehow differently too. Either way, it must be removed so that redirections to would no longer take place. Internet has become a dangerous place, so you should not keep your PC unprotected if you surf the Internet every day – install security software on it.

How to delete

Resetting browsers opening for you is the first thing you should do if you do not want to see this search tool anymore. It is not a problem if you do not know how to do that because we have provided manual removal instructions (find them below this article) to help you. If nothing changes after you reset all affected browsers, i.e. still appears when you open your web browser, it would be smart to perform a system scan with a trustworthy antimalware scanner. removal guide

Internet Explorer

  1. Launch Internet Explorer.
  2. Tap Alt+T.
  3. Click Internet Options.
  4. Click Advanced.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Enable Delete personal settings by putting a tick in its box.
  7. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Start Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Tap Alt+H simultaneously.
  3. Select Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click the Refresh Firefox button.
  5. Click Refresh Firefox in the confirmation box.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome and access its menu by pressing Alt+F simultaneously.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click Advanced at the bottom of the page.
  4. Click Reset. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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