What is

It is not your lucky day if you find in your browsers upon launching them. This search page may look all legitimate and similar to reputable search engines like Google, but we must warn you that this one may pose a threat to your system security. In fact, our malware experts at say that this is a browser hijacker coming from Israel, similar to This hijacker is mostly spread by suspicious file-sharing pages and could travel bundled with other malware infections. Thus, its presence can easily mean that your computer has been infected with a number of threats eating at your system security right now. If you do not want to be exposed to potentially harmful third-party content, you should remove from your computer right away. But first, let us explain how you may have infected your PC so that you can avoid similar threats in the future.test

Where does come from?

As we have already mentioned, it is possible to infect your system with this browser hijacker if you download free software from shady torrent and freeware pages like,, and Such pages tend to promote infectious software bundles filled with potentially unwanted programs and malware infections alongside possibly working and legitimate free software. Hundreds of thousands of users try to find free programs and movies every day on the web. No wonder why or how cyber crooks have found a great opportunity in this. You should be extra cautious even when installing a legitimate bundle not to let useless and unsafe tools on board. However, when dealing with a bundle downloaded from such sites or by clicking on unreliable third-party advertisements, you should be even more alert or just simply cancel the installation process altogether and right away.

A malicious software package can carry several threats, including browser hijackers, adware programs, ransomware programs, Trojans, keyloggers, and more. This clearly means multiple system security threats to you and to your system. You could be exposed to all kinds of unreliable third-party contents while surfing the web, not to mention processes that could operate behind your back even when you are not online. This is why we believe that it is essential to run a trustworthy malware scanner after you delete from your PC.

How does work?

At first sight you may find that this search page is totally fine and authentic. In fact, it resembles Google somewhat, which could be used on purpose by the creators to make you feel comfortable with this new search page in your browsers. It is possible that a lot of victims do not even realize that there has been a change regarding their homepage. It seems that this browser hijacker only modifies the homepage settings, which makes it easier to remove. You should not use this search page to search the web because you could end up on modified Yahoo search results pages where you may be exposed to potentially risky third-party ads and links promoted by this hijacker. Obviously, promoting affiliates and driving web traffic to their websites is the only way for the creators to make some easy money. However, these contents could come from unreliable sources, such as cyber criminals. This means that you could easily land on malicious websites or infect your computer with other threats if you were to click on them. This is why it is important that you remove from your browsers.

How can I delete

Since this browser hijacker only seems to change the homepage setting of your browsers, the solution is quite clear. Please follow our guide below if you want to manually restore your homepage setting in your browsers. Keep in mind, though, that this malware infection could be on the tip of the iceberg. You may not even be able to detect all threats on your system unless you are an IT expert. Therefore, the logical solution to protect your computer from all possible malicious and potential threats is to install a reliable anti-malware program like SpyHunter.

Remove from your browsers

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and select Internet options.
  2. On the General tab, press Use default.
  3. Press OK.

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and navigate to Settings.
  2. Mark Manage on startup pages under On Startup.
  3. Choose Open a specific page or set of pages.
  4. Click on the menu icon next to the unwanted URL.
  5. Select Edit and overwrite the homepage address.
  6. Press Save.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+T and choose Options.
  2. Pick General in the left panel.
  3. Press Restore to Default. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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