What is

The appearance of, a website that looks like an ordinary search provider, on your browsers out of the blue proves that a browser hijacker has infiltrated your computer. Browser hijackers are such threats that can change browsers’ settings without permission. Since is one of them, do not be very surprised when you find it set in the place of your homepage and default search provider. Some users do not think that its appearance is a big deal and let it stay, but they do not know that they might be exposed to potential threats if they use it to perform web searches. Speaking specifically, it might redirect them to untrustworthy pages. Of course, you are the one who can decide what to do with, but you should remove it for your own safety, specialists working at say. It does not have an uninstaller, so you will not remove it like an ordinary program. Also, it could have hijacked your browsers’ shortcuts to make it extremely hard to erase it. The last paragraph will tell you how to remove it, but you should read all preceding paragraphs carefully too to find out more about it and these drawbacks it has.test

What does do?

We do not say that tons of malicious applications will be installed on your computer if you use to perform web searches, but we want to warn you that you might end up on untrustworthy pages against your will if you use as your default search engine. It will not take you there automatically. You will be taken to third-party pages only when you click on search results displayed to you. Some of these search results are modified – you might be taken to a dubious page after clicking on any of them. Unfortunately, it is not a piece of cake to say which of the displayed links have been modified, so it is only a question of time when you click on them and put your safety in danger. Moreover, specialists working at have also found it suspicious that does not have Privacy Policy and EULA, which suggests that it might have what to hide from users. Of course, these documents might be missing also because it is still in development. Even though it is unclear what information it records about users, it is very likely that it will record non-personally identifiable details, e.g. URLs of websites they visit, links they click, demographic details, and more, specialists say. You cannot put an end to this one activity. The only way to disable it is to delete it completely from browsers.

Where does come from?

Users usually do not set unpopular search tools like on their browsers themselves. In most cases, their browsers’ settings are changed without their knowledge when the browser hijacker enters their PCs. We believe the same happened to you too if you now see when you launch your browsers and cannot remember setting it on them voluntarily. These infections are usually spread bundled with third-party software so that they could infiltrate unprotected users’ computers easier, but other distribution methods might be used as well. Specialists say that it might come as a redirect as well. Users living in the USA should be very careful, our security specialists say, because it is spread the most actively in this region. If you do not think that you could protect your PC from malicious software alone, you should install a trustworthy security application on your computer ASAP.

How to delete

Resetting those affected browsers is one of the easiest ways to remove from them; however, if you notice that this search tool revives after you restart them, it might be a sign that their shortcuts have been hijacked as well. Go to undo the changes applied yourself using our step-by-step manual removal guide, or let an automated malware remover to delete the browser hijacker from your system automatically.


Fix Target lines of Internet Explorer/Mozilla Firefox/Google Chrome

  1. Right-click on the shortcut of the affected browser.
  2. Click Properties and open Shortcut.
  3. Check the Target line and delete if you find it there.
  4. Save the changes and close the window.

Reset Internet Explorer/Mozilla Firefox/Google Chrome to default

Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Press Alt+T.
  3. Open Internet Options.
  4. Click Advanced.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Mark the Delete personal settings box.
  7. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Alt+H.
  3. Select Troubleshooting information.
  4. Click the Refresh Firefox button at the top of the page.
  5. Click Refresh Firefox in the confirmation box.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Click the menu button (top-right corner).
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click Advanced.
  5. Click the Reset button. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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