What is

You might think that is a normal search tool that offers normal search services. If that is what you think, it is most likely that you have let this suspicious browser hijacker into your operating system yourself. According to the research team at, this hijacker is associated with an extension called “Play Free Music.” It is believed that is the website that was set up by the creator of this extension to promote it, but you cannot install it from there; at least, not right now. The extension and the hijacker are both created by Polarity Technologies Ltd., and, in most cases, the extensions developed by this company are also offered via the Chrome web store. This is not the case right now. Unfortunately, the distribution of this hijacker is still a mystery, but what we know is that it is not trustworthy and that the sooner you delete it the better. Are you interested in removing If you are, continue reading.testtest

How does work?

Since does not have an official installer, the chances are that this hijacker is spread via third-party installers. According to our research, if you download software from,, and similar websites, you are likely to let the hijacker in along with other infections. It is very important that you take this seriously. Install a legitimate malware scanner to help you figure out if you need to delete along with other infections. We recommend doing this to everyone who is dealing with hijackers created by Polarity Technologies Ltd. Some of these hijackers include,, and While they all have the same interfaces, they can offer different links. The hijacker discussed in this report is meant to help you stream music, which is why it offers links to iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Pandora. For whatever reason, it also presents easy-access links to ESPN and YouTube, and you can find links to Amazon, Gmail, Yahoo, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram on the home page as well. While these links are legitimate, the hijacker is not trustworthy, and it is strongly recommended that you delete it.

Have you discovered that redirects to Yahoo Search? Be careful about the links that are shown in the search results because they can be highly misleading. It was found that the hijacker can modify the results, which means that normal results can be shown along with unpredictable, third-party links. Can you trust Considering that it is created by a company that has created hundreds of identical looking hijackers, and that its distribution is not transparent, it is easy to say that it is not reliable. Furthermore, the Privacy Policy reveals that the creator of this hijacker works with third-party advertisers who can showcase their links after tracking and analyzing your virtual behavior. What do you know about these advertisers? Most likely, you know nothing, which is why trusting and interacting with the search results shown via this browser hijacker is risky business. So, do you agree with us that it is best to delete this hijacker? If you do, it might be high time you took a few steps forward.

How to remove

Are you thinking about installing an anti-malware program to delete and all other active threats automatically? This is a great option because this program can eliminate all kinds of threats. Also, it can protect your operating system in the future, and we are sure that this is what you want, considering that there are thousands of infections that could invade a vulnerable operating system at any point. Are you thinking about eliminating the hijacker manually? If you want to remove yourself, you might have to eliminate the “Play Free Music” extension first. Note that it is not installed as an extension on Internet Explorer. Instead, it operates as an application. If you follow the instructions below, both the unwanted extension/application and the hijacker should be eliminated. If you face problems (e.g., the threat remains active after completing the guide below), you can communicate with us via the comments section.

Removal Instructions

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch the browser and tap keys Ctrl+Shift+A.
  2. In the Add-ons  Manager go to Extensions.
  3. Click the Remove button next to the undesirable extension.

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch the browser and tap keys Alt+F.
  2. Select More tools for more options and then click Extensions.
  3. Click the recycle bin next to the undesirable extension and then select Remove.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Simultaneously tap Win+E keys to launch Explorer.
  2. Enter Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features into the bar at the top.
  3. Uninstall the undesirable application.

N.B. If you operate on Windows XP, move to Start->Control  Panel->Add or Remove Programs to eliminate the undesirable application. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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