What is is a potentially risky search engine that could present to you unreliable search results and third-party advertisements; however, our malware experts at say that this search engine does not appear to be working right now. Of course, this does not make it less of a danger since you can never know when the authors decide to go live. If you keep this search engine in your browsers, chances are one day you may use it and end up on a search results page that could be filled with questionable third-party ads and infected links that could drop malicious infections onto your PC or redirect you to malicious websites run by cyber criminals. This is also how you can become the next online scam victim, which can end very badly for you, for example, you may lose money from your bank account or your personal details could be stolen from you to commit online fraud. You should never trust an application or a search engine that has such potentials even if it does not appear to function momentarily. We recommend that you remove from your computer and search for other threats as well because finding this search engine in your browsers may also indicate that malicious programs can be hiding on your system.test

Where does come from?

Whenever you find a search engine in your browsers that you do not recall installing, it can be a sign of malicious programs present on your system. Although it is possible that you install this search engine without your knowledge and directly, after clicking on the wrong web content (e.g., an unsafe third-party ad or a corrupt link), you may also download it as part of a free software bundle. This bundle may carry a number of threats in fact; it can contain potentially unwanted programs as well as malware infections, such as adware programs, browser hijackers, Trojans, ransomware, and fake alerts. Letting such a lot on board could seriously weaken your system security and make you more vulnerable to cyber attacks. If you want to avoid such software packages, you need to stop using suspicious file-sharing websites for downloading free software and stick with official ones. It is also important that you stay away from suspicious online gambling, gaming, and other websites that have way too many questionable third-party content, such as flashy pop-up and banner ads. Remember that one click can infect your computer with several threat sources. Of course, most of the time you do have a chance to say no to such components of a package like this search engine; however, most unsuspecting users prefer to quickly install any newly acquired software and this is how they may end up with a bunch of malware infections instead. We advise you to delete and then, check your system with a proper online malware scanner to see how many more infections could there be on board that may require your immediate attention.

How does work?

At first sight, this search engine page look like any other. It may seem all legitimate and trustworthy, which is also emphasized by the Google custom search logo. However, if you check its legal document links, you will find that they lead to non-existent pages. This is certainly not a good sign since without such documents this search engine can be malicious for all you know. Our malware experts have also found that this search engine does not seem to work at all, i.e., it does not generate search results although it does claim to show you Google custom search results. You need to be careful with this search engine because you can never know when it activates and starts exposing you to questionable third-party content. If you do not want to drop further infections onto your system or land on malicious or fake websites trying to scam you out of your hard-earned money or your personal information to be misused later, we believe that it is best to remove from your PC.

How can I delete

To kill two birds with one stone, it is best for you to reset the infected browsers (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer) because that would remove all browser-related threats, such as malicious browser extensions and settings. You can use our instructions below as a reference to manually eliminate this potential threat. Please keep in mind that this may be the least dangerous threat on your computer right now; therefore, you cannot just stop and leave the rest on board. We believe that your computer will only be clean and healthy again if you take down all possible infections. If you cannot do this yourself, you can always install a reliable anti-malware program (e.g., SpyHunter) that can take all  the security-related issues off your shoulders.

Remove from your browsers

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+H and navigate to Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Press Refresh Firefox and click Refresh Firefox again in the pop-up window.

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Click the Advanced link at the bottom.
  3. Click the Reset link at the bottom.
  4. In the pop-up window, press Reset.

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and go to Internet Options.
  2. Choose the Advanced tab and press Reset.
  3. Select the Delete personal settings checkbox.
  4. Press Reset and click Close. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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