What is is a hijacker that can take over your Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Internet Explorer browser, most likely, when you install “Email Login Now.” This is a browser extension that is officially represented via, as well as the Chrome web store at (only for Chrome users, of course). If you install this add-on from either of these sources, it should be clear that it comes bundled with the hijacker. Unfortunately, there is no option to reject the hijacker, and so some users might be pushed into accepting it without even meaning to. Overall, the extension could be spread via unreliable installers, and users could acquire the hijacker unknowingly. Also, there is always a possibility that it will be spread on its own. Regardless of the situation, research team strongly recommends removing right away. Hopefully, you can get rid of his hijacker by deleting “Email Login Now.”test

How does work?

Did you know that has a clone? This clone is the hijacker. Although it is represented along with an add-on called “Login Email Now” (the name is slightly different), it is completely identical to the hijacker we are discussing in this report. In fact, this threat might have many other clones because it was created by Polarity Technologies Ltd., and this group is well-known because of its ability to create hundreds of identical or similar-looking hijackers. All of them are equally as unreliable. First of all, they all are represented using the same Privacy Policy that informs that personal information can be recorded. Do you feel safe knowing this? You should not, and that is a very important reason to delete If you do not feel safe, trusting a certain program is silly. Another reason not to trust the hijacker is its ability to redirect you to Yahoo Search without your permission. If this hijacker can redirect you to this engine, you have to think about the risk of being redirected to more unreliable sites as well.

What about the search results shown via Yahoo Search that redirects you to? If you think that these results are trustworthy, you are very wrong. Although some of the links could be authentic and harmless, many of them are likely to represent the links of third parties that Polarity Technologies Ltd. is partnered up with. Therefore, although this hijacker provides you with access to Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook, Hotmail, and a few other well-known sites, you have to look at it as a potential threat. Speaking of threats, are you sure that is the only one? The chances are that this hijacker was bundled with third-party software, not including the extension it is generally linked to. Are you aware of other infections? If you are not, scan your operating system right away, and use a legitimate malware scanner for reliable results. Are malicious threats found? If they are more serious than the hijacker, and if you are sure you want to erase them manually, we suggest taking care of them first because you do not want to give them any time at all.

How to delete

Can you see the guide below? As you must have noticed, it shows how to change the undesirable homepage tool. Hopefully, you can remove by eliminating the “Email Login Now” extension, and that is not hard to do regardless of which browser you are using. Note that if the hijacker has corrupted Internet Explorer, you might need to uninstall an app representing “Email Login Now.” If you need our help with this, please let us know via the comments section. If you cannot get rid of the hijacker manually, a legitimate anti-malware tool will help you. In fact, if other threats are running on your operating system, this tool might be extremely useful. On top of that, if you keep it installed and updated in the future, you will not need to face other malicious threats and hijackers again.

Removal Instructions

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch RUN by simultaneously tapping keys Win+R.
  2. Enter regedit.exe to launch Registry Editor.
  3. Navigate to HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main.
  4. Double-click the value named Start Page.
  5. Erase the hijacker’s URL, enter the preferred one, and click OK.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch Explorer by simultaneously tapping keys Win+E.
  2. Enter %AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\ into the bar at the top.
  3. Find the {unique name} folder representing your Firefox profile and open it.
  4. Open the file named prefs.js (use a text reader, such as Notepad).
  5. Find the hijacker’s URL and overwrite it. Do not forget to save the file.

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch Explorer by simultaneously tapping keys Win+E.
  2. Enter %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\ into the bar at the top.
  3. Find the {unique name} folder representing your Chrome profile and open it.
  4. Either Delete or modify the files named Preferences, Secure Preferences and Web Data (to modify them, open the file and overwrite the hijacker’s URL represented via it). 100% FREE spyware scan and
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