Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is not a very popular browser hijacker; however, that does not make it any less dangerous. Chrome, IE, and Firefox users – mostly in the United States – usually encounter this hijacker when they download the My Daily Bible Verse XP from If you did not download this application from its official website (IP, you might have acquired it from the Chrome web store or, possibly, using the services of third parties. If the latter is the case, you have to make sure that you do not let in extremely malicious infections. Although hijackers can be dangerous, there are many other threats that are much more dangerous. If you suspect that third-party malware has entered your operating system, scan your PC as soon as possible. If you need help deleting third-party software, identify it and use our database to find appropriate removal guides. Right now, let’s discuss the removal of

As you now know, the suspicious hijacker we are discussing is directly linked to the My Daily Bible Verse XP extension.,,, and a few other websites promote extensions identical to My Daily Bible Verse XP, and they all are associated with specific browser hijackers that, of course, deserve removal. All of these extensions function in the same way, and it is very easy to predict how they work. For example, the Privacy Policy representing these programs is always the same, and it discloses the collection of personal information. It is also known that these extensions use tracking technologies to spy on their Removal screenshot
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Tracking cookies might be employed to record your browsing history, your IP address, and general information about your computer, browsers, etc. This information could be used by advertisers to learn what kind of information and offers might attract you. In the case, this information could be used to trick you into clicking on corrupted links, and this uncertainty is what leads to the removal of The search provider itself is unreliable as instead of showing authentic search results it uses the server to show Yahoo Search results. The problem is that these results are likely to be modified, which is why we strongly recommend deleting

The removal of is quite strange. If this search provider was installed along with the My Daily Bible Verse XP extension, you will have it removed automatically upon the removal of the extension. However, if it was installed as a standalone program, you might have to change search provider and homepage settings separately. It is notable that the hijacker is unlikely to take over Google Chrome. Instead, this program might disable your right to modify “On startup” preferences unless you disable My Daily Bible Verse XP. Keep in mind that disabling an extension is not the same as removing it. We have created a guide that will help you remove unwanted extensions and modify search tools manually. Keep in mind that after performing these steps, you might have to delete leftovers, including tracking cookies set up to spy on you.

Depending on how you approach the removal of and My Daily Bible Verse XP, you might have to delete various leftovers. My Daily Verse XP_settings.json is a Temp file that is likely to be deleted automatically upon restart of the computer, and you do not need to worry about it. Are you trying to remove poamjgfcppmnpeoihkdpbfpjjbiflpib folder from c:\Documents and Settings\[user]\AppData\Local\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\poamjgfcppmnpeoihkdpbfpjjbiflpib (for Chrome), or bible@jetpack.xpi file from C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\36iwse76.default (for Firefox)? If you delete the extension from the browsers – as shown below – you will have the same results. Note that you need to uninstall the unwanted app via Control Panel to eliminate it from IE. Once you are finished, do not forget to install antimalware software to delete leftover malware and protect your PC.


Delete from Windows XP

  1. Click the Start button on the Taskbar and select Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. In the Change or Remove Programs menu Remove the unwanted program.

Delete from Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Click the Windows/Start icon on the Taskbar.
  2. Open Control Panel and navigate to Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the program you wish to remove and click the Uninstall button.

Delete from Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

  1. Move to the bottom-right corner in Metro UI to open the Charm bar.
  2. Click the Search icon, type Uninstall a program, and launch this tool.
  3. Right-click the app you wish to remove and click Uninstall.

Delete from Windows 10

  1. Place the cursor in the search box on the Taskbar.
  2. Enter Uninstall a program and launch this utility.
  3. Find the program you want to remove, select it, and click Uninstall.

Delete from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Simultaneously tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Add-ons.
  3. Move to Extensions and Remove the unwanted extension.
  4. Tap Alt+T again and select Options.
  5. In the General menu overwrite/remove the Home Page URL.
  6. In the Search menu Remove the unwanted search provider.
  7. Restart the browser.

Delete from Internet Explorer

  1. Simultaneously tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Internet options.
  3. Click the General tab and overwrite/remove the Home Page URL.
  4. Tap Alt+T one more time and choose Manage Add-ons.
  5. Move to the Search Provider menu and set the desired provider.
  6. Remove the unwanted provider and click Close.
  7. Restart the browser.

Delete from Google Chrome

  1. Simultaneously tap Alt+F.
  2. Move to More tools and click Extensions.
  3. Find the unwanted add-on, click the recycle bin, and select Remove.
  4. Move to the menu on the left and click Settings.
  5. Go to On Startup and select Open a specific page or set of pages.
  6. Click Set pages and overwrite/remove the unwanted URL.
  7. Move to Search and click Manage search engines.
  8. Set the preferred provider and click X to remove the unwanted provider.
  9. Click Done and restart the browser.

Remove these leftovers

  1. Launch RUN (Win+R) and enter regedit.exe.
  2. Open the utility and move to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Tracing.
  3. Right-click and Delete My Email XP_RASAPI32 and My Email XP_RASMANCS keys.

In non-techie terms:

If you have found a hijacker on your browsers, chances are that you have installed this search tool packaged with other potentially unreliable programs. Scan your PC even if you think that this strange hijacker is the only threat that deserves removal. In the worst case, you will have wasted a few minutes to realize that your PC is clean from other malware. Of course, if third-party malware exists, you need to delete it from your PC as soon as possible. We have created a removal guide that will help you delete, as well as the extension that it usually comes packaged with; however, you should not rely on it when it comes to the removal of third-party malware.