What is

At first sight, looks like a completely normal search engine because it shows a search field, and it seemingly provides you with the option to browse the web using Google Search and Bing Search tools. Unfortunately, it seems that this tool simply hides behind well-known search providers to conceal its true nature, which is to show sponsored links. There is nothing wrong with sponsored links – ignoring the fact that they can be extremely annoying – unless the parties standing behind them are malicious. Unfortunately, research ream cannot guarantee that the parties working with AirFind Corp. (the developer of the search engine) are trustworthy. Do we recommend using this search tool? Of course, we do not. On the contrary, we believe that it is a browser hijacker that deserves immediate removal. Hopefully, you do not need to erase any other threats, and you can delete using the instructions below. If other infections exist, you might need to take a different route.

How does work?

Have you recently downloaded any unfamiliar, suspicious apps (for mobile devices) or software and extensions (for computers)? If you remember downloading something suspicious, it is possible that the installer you executed was responsible for as well. Since there is a great possibility that other threats exist, we encourage you to install a legitimate malware scanner to go through your operating system immediately. Once you are aware of all active threats, you can move on from there. If serious infections are found, you might want to attend to those first, or you might choose to employ software that automatically deletes all existing threats. If you are lucky, the malware scanner finds the hijacker only. Why do we identify it as a browser hijacker? According to our research, it has the possibility to corrupt browsers against users’ wishes. Even if you let it in yourself, it does not work in a beneficial manner, which is why we do not advise trusting it. Do not be mistaken by the use of Google and Bing search tools. They might be exploited to trick you into interacting with sponsored links.

Just like, showcases sponsored content, and while legitimate search results are shown as well, some users might be tricked into interacting with unreliable links as well. Sponsored links could be represented via (“Home Portal”), as well as (“Google Search”) and (“Bing Search”) search pages. Note that if you use “Bing Search,” you will find easy-access links to,, and That is the main reason our research team believes that is more likely to affect browsers installed on mobile devices. Although this hijacker appears to be targeted at the Mac operating system, iOS and even Android users need to be cautious as well. The potentially unreliable search results are not the only reason why we advise deleting the hijacker. According to our research, this infection might also use data trackers to collect information about your activity, and since AirFind Corp. and its associates are quite mysterious, you need to decide if you really want them spying on you.

How to delete

As you can see, we have created guides showing how to reset Safari, Firefox, and Chrome web browsers. These browsers are the most popular along Mac operating system users. Of course, these guides will not help if has corrupted your iOS or Android device. In this case, the only thing you need to do is reinstall the browser’s app. Afterward, you need to perform a full system scan even if other threats were not detected during a previous scan. This will help you ensure that the unwanted hijacker is eliminated completely. Obviously, if leftovers are found, you might need to take different steps. Our advice is to invest in anti-malware software that could automatically clean your operating system, as well as ensure reliable protection thereafter. If we can help you in any way, including answering your questions regarding the removal of, do not hesitate to start a conversation below.

How to reset browsers


  1. Open Safari and then the Safari menu.
  2. Click Reset  Safari, check the boxes, and then click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and tap Alt+H keys together.
  2. Select Troubleshooting  information and then click Refresh  Firefox.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser, tap keys Alt+F, and choose Settings.
  2. Click Advanced (at the bottom) and then click Reset (at the bottom).

N.B. If the browser corrupted by the hijacker is installed on a mobile device, you need to reinstall the app representing the browser. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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