Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a doubtful domain which is capable of changing the behavior of browsers completely. It does that by modifying certain aspects of all browsers installed on the affected system. More specifically, users see a new homepage set on their Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, which proves that is nothing more than a homepage hijacker. Users will no longer see their preferred websites after its infiltration. Instead, will be opened for them each time they launch any of their web browsers. Evidently, the existence of this search tool is quickly noticeable, but, unfortunately, not all the users rush to remove it from their browsers when they notice it because they find this website quite useful since it contains buttons leading to,, and other sports-related websites. Believe us, you do not need to have set on your browsers to be able to access those websites, so go to delete this dubious search provider without consideration. If you still need more reasons to make it gone, read the rest of this report Removal screenshot
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The general purpose of browser hijackers was revealed long time ago. They make money for their developers through online advertisements. Therefore, users who trust search tools set without their permission and use them to search the web might be provided with tons of commercial advertisements. Our team of experienced specialists is sure that these ads might expose users to potential threats. These sponsored search results have usually nothing do to with the entered search query even though they have an appearance of ordinary search results, and they can redirect to pages which are considered to be dubious. It is dangerous to surf unknown websites associated with advertisements because they might be unsafe and even contain applications classified as malicious software. These third-party websites often do not respect the privacy of users as well. Frankly, itself might become a threat to your privacy too because it is going to record personal information:


Luckily, as it is clearly written in the Privacy Policy document, only those details which are submitted by a user in a search box willingly, i.e. which become search queries, are recorded, so we hope that you have not entered yet anything very important. Personal details are not the only ones recorded and then shared with third parties. The so-called anonymous information, consisting of information about the device used, Internet Service Provider, activities on the web, and users’ habits is going to be recorded too. If we believe what it is written in Privacy Policy, this information should be used to improve the service. Anonymous information is recorded by almost all search engines; however, those search providers which collect personal details are definitely untrustworthy. is one of them, so we are sure you will not regret getting rid of it.

Our specialists believe that all victims of should be aware of the methods used to distribute browser hijackers so that they could avoid similar infections. Their previous experience has clearly shown and proved it again that the majority of browser hijackers come with freeware in software bundles. It does not mean that users install malware alongside freeware on all occasions. This usually happens when people download free applications from dubious P2P websites. Download software from pages you know are safe to prevent the entrance of undesirable software again, pay close attention to user agreements, and, finally, opt for the Advanced installation of new software to see a list of all components that are going to be installed on the computer.

There are three ways to get rid of First, you can go to delete this URL manually by using our manual removal guide (see below). Second, you can simply reset your all browsers to their default settings. Third, an automatic malware remover can perform the removal of this browser hijacker for you. The latter method, without doubt, should be used by inexperienced users because it is the simplest one.


Internet Explorer

  1. Launch Run (press Win+R).
  2. Type regedit and click OK.
  3. Open the registry key HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main.
  4. Locate the Start Page Value.
  5. Right-click on this value, select Modify from the drop-down menu, and then clear the Value data field.
  6. Click OK.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the Windows Explorer (press the Windows key and E together).
  2. Go to %AppData%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles.
  3. Find a folder containing the prefs.js file (its name should consist of random symbols).
  4. Right-click on this file, select Open with, and then select Notepad from the list of programs.
  5. Find user_pref("browser.startup.homepage", ""); in this file and delete this line.
  6. Save the changes.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Win+E to launch the Explorer.
  2. Open the Default folder in %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data.
  3. You should be able to find three files there: Preferences, Web Data, and Secure Preferences.
  4. Open these files with the program like Notepad one after the other.
  5. Find all instances of inside them and change them to or another URL.
  6. Save the changes.

In non-techie terms:

Hundreds of websites that look like trustworthy search providers only pretend to be good. It often quickly turns out that a legitimate-looking website is only a browser hijacker generating money for its author. is one of them. It enters computers with freeware in software bundles. There are also cases when it travels together with other unreliable applications too, so it is not enough to delete Users should also scan their PCs with an automatic scanner, e.g. SpyHunter to find out whether other bad applications are working on their PCs. If an automatic tool detects any malicious components, go to take care of them as soon as possible or let a reputable malware remover do this job for you automatically.