Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a browser hijacker, and as such it will try to make easy money by redirecting you to affiliated websites. This type of behavior is not downright malicious, but when a program enters your computer without your permission, it goes without saying that you should not tolerate it. Therefore, before this situation falls out of hand, you should react fast and remove from your computer. We have provided the manual removal instructions below this description, but if you do not feel confident about doing this on your own, you can always rely on a licensed antispyware tool.

So how does this undesirable program enter your computer? It is very likely that you install this application yourself. Of course, you do not realize that. This usually happens because the browser hijacker employs software bundling for distribution. It means that the program travels with several other applications in the same installer file. This bundling technique is very commonly applied for freeware, adware, and even malware distribution. The main problem with it is that users are not aware how dangerous downloading from third-party websites could be. They do not consider the fact that third-party installers often come with additional (unnecessary and dangerous!) apps.

So you must have been looking for some application on third-party file-sharing sites. It is logical because anyone would want to get a program for free rather than purchasing it. However, it is a lot safer to download an application (be it just a demo version) from its original website. Downloading program from a third-party source is always risky because you can never know who uploaded this installer file there, and what additional programs are bundled with it.

Sometimes it is possible to deselect unwanted applications during the installation process, but for that, you are required to check every step carefully. As you can probably tell, not every user has the patience to go through everything, and they just tend to breeze through the installation heading to the Finish. As a result, more than one unwanted programs are installed on the target system, and might be one of them.

This browser hijacker seems to be rather generic, as there is not much information about it. Our security team suggests that it is possible this browser hijacker is related to the hijacker, which targets the French Internet market. It is also hosted on the same server as,,, and many other “search engines” that are also considered to be browser hijackers. It means that the people behind this infection relay on number rather than quality. To put it simply, these trivial infections are not extremely dangerous, but users may feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of it.

It is also important to understand that one should not use the search engine promoted by Perhaps it looks like a reliable product, but all of your web searches will be redirected through third-party servers, and the people behind this scam will soon know most of your likes and preferences. With that, they will be able to generate customized commercial advertisements that will be directed your way. If you end up clicking those ads, you will generate money for and everyone associated with it. Of course, there is nothing illegal about this practice, but all browser hijackers have a lot of security loopholes that can be easily exploited by cyber criminals.

For instance, the modified search results displayed by could be embedded with outgoing links that were offered by unreliable servers. Consequently, by clicking those links you could land on websites that either distribution malware or are involved in shady online marketing practices.

Of course, malware infection may not be the inevitable turn, but you should take all the potential risks into consideration. To protect your personal information and computer from potential exploitation, you need to remove right now. You can do that by restoring your browser settings to default. However, you need to scan your PC with the SpyHunter free scanner too because there might be more unwanted programs running on your system.

Your computer’s security is in your hands, and if you need any help with ensuring that, you can always invest in a powerful antispyware application. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have more questions about the matter.

How to Remove


  1. Press Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Click Show advanced settings at the bottom of the page.
  3. Scroll down and click Reset Settings.
  4. Press Reset.

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and go to Internet options.
  2. Open the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Select Delete personal settings and click Reset.
  4. Press Close.


  1. Press Alt+H and click Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox on the new tab.
  3. Press Refresh Firefox again and click Finish.

In non-techie terms: may look like a good web search engine, but the reality is that this domain may be the first sign of a computer infection. You probably did not change your homepage willingly. When an unsolicited modification occurs, you need to remove and other associated threats from your system ASAP. The fastest way to do that would be using a licensed security tool. After all, you will also need to protect your PC from similar programs in the future.