Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is usually referred to as a browser hijacker even though it looks like a legitimate search provider because it, as our malware researchers have observed, can hijack users’ browsers. In other words, it might be set on their browsers without their knowledge. In this sense is very similar to,, and This search tool is not the first Polarity Technologies Ltd. product, so it did not take long for our specialists to analyze it and find out how it works. Our researchers have a negative opinion about this search engine and recommend getting rid of it, but, of course, you are the one who can make decisions here. If you find it hard to make up your mind, you should read this article from beginning to end. You will find all its drawbacks listed here, and, we believe, it will be easier for you to decide whether or not it can stay.

We have to admit that looks like an ordinary search tool at first glance. It has a search box, it contains a toolbar with quick-access buttons opening,,, and even the local weather forecast, and, finally, it returns Yahoo! search results. Generally speaking, it has all the typical features of an ordinary search provider. Although it seems to be a trustworthy search tool, it is not a search provider you should keep and use to perform web searches every day, our specialists say. First, it cannot be called trustworthy because it hijacks users’ browsers without mercy. Second, research has shown that some of the search results displayed might be the so-called modified search results. They will look like ordinary search results, but they might cause you a bunch of problems if you click on them fearlessly. Speaking specifically, they might take you straight to untrustworthy third-party pages. The presence of these modified search results is one of the main reasons we believe the removal would be the best decision, but we encourage you to remove it also if you do not want it record information about you because by keeping it, you allow it to collect your URLs, search data, and some other technical details (e.g. operating system type, geographic location, IP address, etc.). It will share the collected data with its partners and affiliated companies, which means that third parties will get some information about you too. It should be emphasized that the majority of browser hijackers track users and collect data about them, so if you ever find a new search tool set on your browsers again without your knowledge, delete it Removal screenshot
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We are sure you have not set on your browsers willingly. It is more likely that your browsers have been hijacked. In other words, their settings have been changed without your knowledge after the successful entrance of the browser hijacker. This infection should be spread bundled with software from,,, and similar pages, which explains how it manages to enter users’ PCs unnoticed and then apply these undesirable changes. Luckily, you can undo all the changes made. Unfortunately, it does not mean that you will never encounter another browser hijacker again after you remove Luckily, there is one easy way to prevent untrustworthy applications from entering the system – you will ensure your system’s maximum protection by installing security software on your computer.

If your browsers have already been hijacked, i.e., their settings have been changed without your permission, go to delete without further consideration. Our specialists say that it should be enough to reset those affected browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome) to default settings to eliminate the untrustworthy search tool from them; however, if it does not disappear, scan your computer with an automated malware remover. It will remove the stubborn browser hijacker for you in the blink of an eye.


Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Press Alt+T.
  3. Click Internet Options.
  4. Click Advanced.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Next to Delete personal settings, mark the box.
  7. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox and tap Alt+H.
  2. Select Troubleshooting information from the Help menu.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox.
  4. In the confirmation box, click Refresh Firefox again.

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome.
  2. Tap Alt+F.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click Advanced.
  5. Click Reset.

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Do not let fool you – it is not a legitimate search provider even though it looks like a decent search tool at first glance. It not only sets itself on users’ browsers without their knowledge, but, as has been observed by experienced specialists, it might also present them with the modified search results. In the worst-case scenario, they might redirect users straight to untrustworthy third-party pages, which is the main reason should be removed as soon as possible.