What is

We want to make you aware that is nothing more than a low-grade infection that falls into the category of browser hijackers. Therefore, removing it is crucial to your computer’s security, because it will forcibly change your browser’s homepage and search engine in an effort to redirect web traffic to its promotional links. Needless to say that this browser hijacker is associated with shady entities, hence you may be subjected to misleading promotions of unsafe and even malicious software. For this reason, we strongly advocate deleting using the instructions provided below.testtesttest

Where does

This browser hijacker was released by a known malware developer that calls itself SaferBrowser. However, your browser will not become safer as a result of using for conducting your searchers. In fact, the opposite scenario is much more likely. If you do not believe that this particular search engine is a browser hijacker, then we recommend reading about its clones, called,,, and So, as you can see, its developers are serious about their browser hijackers and they regularly release new ones, since high-end antimalware programs, such as SpyHunter are quick to remove them. Therefore, having an antimalware tool will help you avoid infections, such as

We do not know where this browser hijacker exactly comes from, but we think that like its predecessors it can be found bundled with malicious software that is hosted on various murky websites. Note that the installation setup will not ask whether you want to replace your homepage and search engine with — the setup will do this without your consent. Also, this hijacker comes with a browser extension that will also be installed on Chrome and Firefox, but not on Internet Explorer. So you will have to delete it as well.

How does work?

A a search engine, seems to work rather well, although this can be debated. The bottom line is that it can perform searches and find the information you are after. Nevertheless, it is bound to include potentially dangerous promotional links inside its search results. For example, it might promote malicious software downloads or scam websites, such as fake online retail websites. The risk of entering such websites is rather low, yet cannot be ruled out.

Furthermore, is set to collect certain information about you. This information includes but is not limited to browser type, operating system type, Internet Protocol address, geographical location, Internet Service Provider, browsing history, and so on. The collected information is set back to the server where it is processed and more relevant advertisements are assigned to a unique user in an effort to make more money. And, money is the main motivation behind hijacking your browser’s homepage, and we think that this is unacceptable.

How to remove

Entering a new homepage address via you browser’s options should be sufficient. However, you must not forget to remove its accompanying browser extension as it can override the changes you make to the homepage address. Therefore, we recommend resetting your browser’s settings to default. However, in some cases this might not work, since most browser hijackers can modify your browser’s files and modify certain registry values. If that is the case, then try using an antimalware program. removal

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. Simultaneously press Alt+T and open Internet Options.
  2. Open the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Select the checkbox and click Reset, and then Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Simultaneously press Alt+H.
  2. Select Troubleshooting information.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox.
  4. In the dialog box, click Refresh Firefox again.

Google Chrome

  1. Simultaneously press Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click Show advanced settings.
  4. Select Reset browser settings.
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