What is is a browser hijacker, which means it might change your browser’s preferences. To our knowledge at the moment of writing it is compatible with Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer. Our researchers at say the application should change user’s start page. Even though it may look like any other search engine, we would advise you to be extra careful with it. It appears to be the threat might show modified search results, which means it could place various pop-ups, banners, and other advertisements among gathered search results. Such content could seem rather annoying, but we should warn you there is a chance some part of the ads may lead to scam web pages or other untrustworthy sites. As a consequence, we advise our readers not to risk their computer’s or their privacy’s security and eliminate the browser hijacker before anything bad happens. To remove it manually you should follow the deletion instructions available below this article.test

Where does come from?

It looks like might be distributed through unreliable file-sharing web pages, such as,,,, etc. For instance, users could download it with bundled installers of other unreliable applications alike, e.g., adware, potentially unwanted programs, and so on. Some users do not even realize they are adding any additional tools because in some cases the only way to find out is to choose custom installation, which sadly, some of us skip to speed up the installation process. Therefore, to avoid receiving not just tools you do not need, but also software that could be possibly malicious we would advise paying more attention to the installation process. To be more accurate, you should always choose advanced or custom settings and take a look at all conditions or terms extra carefully. In case, you are not sure the suggested programs are reliable try to deselect them or just cancel the installation.

How does work? is not a malicious threat, but still leaving it on the browser could be a mistake. First of all, the application might show modified search results gathered with search engines like Our researchers say the reason the software may not have its own search engine is that it could have been created to generate advertising revenue. The browser hijacker might do so by inserting ads from its third-party partners into the results gather with the help of another search engine. If the user clicks such ads; the browser hijacker’s developers could receive advertising revenue from the third parties providing the ads. The bad news is, there is a chance no one reviews the ads or in other words puts any effort to make sure they do not come from malicious web pages. For example, the third-party ads may lead to sites showing fake lotteries and surveys, sites suggesting you install more untrustworthy software or even malware, and so on. Needless to say, to avoid the risk of encountering such content we would recommend replacing with a more reputable search tool.

How to get rid of

If you decide you do not want to browse with you can erase it either manually or with automatic features. Users who prefer deleting the browser hijacker manually could follow the instructions available below as they will explain how to complete this task step by step. Those who would like to employ an antimalware tool, we recommend choosing a reliable tool and scanning the system with it. Once the check-up is finished your chosen tool should provide a deletion button; simply click it, and should be removed at once with other possible threats.


Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Windows key+R.
  2. Type Regedit and click OK.
  3. Search for this given path: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
  4. Find a value name titled Start Page.
  5. Right-click the value name and select Modify.
  6. Replace its value data (, for example, with
  7. Click OK.
  8. Leave Registry Editor.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Windows key+E.
  2. Find the path:
  3. Locate file Prefs.js and open it with Notepad.
  4. Search for the given line: user_pref("browser.startup.homepage", "").
  5. Replace with a website you like.
  6. Tap Ctrl+S.
  7. Close the file.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch File Explorer (Windows key+E).
  2. Search for the following path: C:\Users\{Username}\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
  3. Find data named as Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data.
  4. Right-click these files separately and select Delete.
  5. Close the Explorer. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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