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Have you found to have taken over your browser’s homepage, New tab, and/or default search provider? According to the research of malware analysts, it does not look like this browser hijacker can corrupt your IE, Firefox, or Chrome web browser completely without permission; however, you might have been forced into letting it in when downloading the “Email Inbox Login” extension. All in all, whether your browser was hijacked illegally or with your knowledge, you want to delete as soon as possible. This hijacker – as well as the extension representing it – was created by Polarity Technologies Ltd., and this company is responsible for hundreds of extensions and hijackers that we recommend removing. Some of them include,, and My Weather Radar. Although these threats are usually represented via authentic-looking sources, it appears that they are often installed using malware or undesirable software bundles. Without a doubt, you want to remove malware if it exists, but, in this report, we focus on erasing the hijacker and the accompanying extension.test

How does work? is represented via the New Tab page on all browsers it is compatible with, but it can also change the homepage and the default search provider on Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers. You are informed about these changes if you acquire the Email Inbox Login extension from its official download page,, or the Chrome web store page, If you acquire the suspicious extension via an unfamiliar installer, it is possible that no information about the changes would be introduced to you at all. All in all, the changes initiated by the extension are impossible to miss, and so you should realize that your browser was hijacked as soon as you launch the corrupted browser. Unfortunately, the interface of the hijacker is pretty misleading, and it looks just like a regular search provider. On top of that, it presents links to legitimate sites, including,,, and Although these links are legitimate, you still want to remove the hijacker. The first reason for that is that the hijacker records information using data trackers, and you do not want that.

The second reason to remove is the unreliable search service. The thing is that not all users realize this because the hijacker redirects to Yahoo Search at This is a reputable, well-known, and popular search provider, and so many might have used it before the invasion of the hijacker altogether. Unfortunately, the threat can modify the results that are shown, because of which, interacting with these search results can be dangerous. Needless to say, you do not want to jeopardize your virtual security, and so you do not want to trust Of course, it might be hard to evade this threat if you face it every time you launch your browser. Instead of ignoring it or trying to work around it, you should delete it from your browser, and our research team knows how to do it. Of course, first, you need to determine whether other threats exist and whether you might have to remove them first. Although the hijacker we are discussing can be quite unpredictable, there are plenty of much worse threats you could face.


Even if you find quite fun and useful, you want to consider deleting this browser hijacker because it can spy on you and record information about you, and because it offers an unpredictable search service. The threat redirects to a seemingly familiar search engine without permission – which is an offense as well – and then it shows modified search results to push you into interacting with third-party links. Basically, the suspicious hijacker works more like a data-collector and an advertising tool than a legitimate search tool. You can remove yourself by erasing the Email Inbox Login extension. The instructions below show how to do it. Of course, our research team recommends utilizing anti-malware software because it can automatically erase malware – which is very useful if multiple threats exist – and protect your Windows system and web browsers. You need to take care of that if you want to avoid malware in the future.

Removal Instructions

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the Control Panel menu and then move to Uninstall a program.
  2. Uninstall the application representing Email Inbox Login.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser, tap keys Alt+T, and select Add-ons.
  2. In the Extensions menu click the Remove button next to Email Inbox Login.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and paste chrome://extensions/ into the address bar.
  2. Click the trash bin associated with the Email Inbox Login add-on and click Remove. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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