What is

You should be very careful with even though it is presented as a powerful search provider and really looks like one at first glance. Well, it would be a lie if we told you that it is malicious because it is far from ransomware, Trojans, or other types of malicious applications, but we cannot confirm that it is 100% reliable too. First of all, fully trustworthy pages are never set on users’ browsers without their knowledge. Second, as research conducted by specialists at has shown, this search tool might display some modified search results together with ordinary search results after the search query is entered by the user. This is not a small drawback, so we recommend that you replace this search tool with a more trustworthy search provider, for example, Google. You should get rid of it without further consideration if it has been set on your browser without your knowledge. It is nothing near serious malware, so its removal should be quick and easy. Of course, as usual, we highly recommend that you read this report till the end before you take action.

What does do?

Researchers say that users almost never set consciously on their browsers. It is more likely for an ordinary user to find this page set on his/her Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome out of the blue. This search provider is usually set as a homepage and New Tab URL, but we suspect that you might find it set as your new default search provider too. In any event, you will see load automatically if your preferred settings are changed to The website looks legitimate. It not only allows performing web searches under Images, Video, News, and Web categories, but users can also customize it by changing its background. Also, users can turn on/turn off Private Search. looks flawless, but it is not perfect, we can assure you. Analysis conducted by our specialists has clearly shown that it might return modified search results because it is powered by the modified Yahoo! search engine. These modified search results include various sponsored links. We cannot promise that they all promote reliable websites. By clicking on one of those modified search results, you might end up on some kind of dubious website. This is only a possibility, but we still suggest that you set a new 100% reliable tool in its place.

If you still find it extremely difficult to make up your mind, there is one more argument against keeping Researchers have analyzed its Privacy Policy to find out more about this search provider. It has turned out that it does not record any information that can be used to identify users personally in an automatic way, but there is a huge possibility that it will record non-personally identifiable information as long as you keep it active on your computer. These details include your IP address, Internet Service Provider, browser type, cookie information, websites you visit. It says that it collects all these details for “general purposes” only, but since it is not the most trustworthy search provider, you should not trust promises it makes blindly.

Where does come from?

Untrustworthy search tools usually apply changes to users’ web browsers after they install software bundles consisting of several applications, one of which is some kind of add-on promoting that particular search provider. Because of this, we want to remind users about the importance of the attentive installation of new software. It is not a piece of cake to protect the entire system from malware all alone, so it might be a good idea to install a security application as well. Not all programs claiming to be reliable antimalware tools are trustworthy, so do not install the first one found on the web.

You could set a more trustworthy search tool after you remove, so take action without any further consideration. Its removal should be relatively quick and easy because you will only need to reset those affected browsers to their default settings. By doing this, you will also remove all suspicious add-ons that might be responsible for the appearance of If you have never done this before, simply follow our manual removal guide.


Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Click the gear icon in the top-right corner.
  3. Select Internet options.
  4. Click the Advanced tab.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. When the Reset Internet Explorer Settings window shows up, check the box next to Delete personal settings.
  7. Click Reset.
  8. Click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Click the icon with three stacked lines and click on the question-mark icon.
  3. Click Troubleshooting Information.
  4. Click the Reset Firefox button at the upper part of the window.
  5. Select Reset Firefox in the pop-up window to confirm the reset.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Go to the top-right corner of your browser and click the icon with three stacked lines.
  3. Click Settings.
  4.  At the bottom of the page, click Show advanced settings.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Confirm by clicking Reset once again. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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