Removal Guide

Do you know what is? can be considered a browser hijacker because it modifies specific browser settings without notifying you. The main infection website can be accessed at and, as you can see, this site offers a third-party application that should help you login to your email faster. It is highly doubtful whether you need a third-party app for that. What’s more, the third-party app in question brings additional features that may impede your computer’s functionality. Therefore, you should never install this product, and if you happen to have in your system, you should remove it immediately.

When we open the main website for this program, we can see the following lines:

Login to Your Email Faster

Login to Your Email quicker than ever before! You’ll no longer need to waste your time typing in the URL for Your Email
Viewing Your Email couldn’t be easier with our time saving product! Get fast, one-click access to Your Email from your new tab page with Your Email Hub.

Of course, this promotional text sounds quite nice, but the question is whether anyone really needs such a service. After all, you can keep your inbox at your finger tips by keeping a shortcut in your browser’s shortcut bar. With this functionality, this program basically becomes redundant and unnecessary. So why would anyone want to install it?

The problem is that users seldom install such applications willingly or consciously. The chances that you might visit the program’s website directly are very slim. In reality, it is far more likely that this piece of software reaches you via third-party installers, together with freeware applications. It is easy to download such apps unwittingly when you look for software at file-sharing sites. You must not forget that such pages are full of heavily bundled installers that often carry more than just one or two Removal screenshot
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If you go through the installation process blindly, it is only naturally that the likes of manage to take over your browser. Luckily, the program is not an extremely dangerous infection. You should be able to remove it without much difficulty by following the instructions we have provided below.

Another thing you should keep in mind that this browser hijacker may also be distributed via malicious pop-ups that are generated on particular websites by other adware applications. For example, InteliTerm, TermTrident, and SwiftSearch are known to generate pop-ups that promote Therefore, it means that prior to installing this browser hijacker on your PC; you have already had multiple intruders. That is why; it is a must to scan your computer regularly. Choose a security tool of your choice and make sure you always check your system’s status, whenever something seems to be off.

As far as the associations are concerned, our security researchers suggest that is identical to,,, and so on. All of these programs supposedly are part of a specific service that should enhance part of your web browsing experience. Unfortunately, the only thing they bring are potential threats and erratic computer performance.

What’s more, cannot even provide you with original search service. The program makes use of the customized version of the Yahoo! Search. It is quite common among browser hijackers and other third-party apps of similar profile to make use of established search engines. They modify the search results according to the cookie data. That is to say; the program monitors your online activity to find out your likes and preferences, so that it could provide specially tailored content to you.

Needless to say, this type of behavior could expose you to corrupted content that could eventually lead to malware infection or even worse. You could encounter cyber criminals who want to steal your money. Before any of that happens, you need to remove from your computer, making sure that similar programs do not enter your system again.

The most efficient way to safeguard your computer is to invest in a licensed antispyware program. If you keep it updated and leave the scheduled scan settings on, your computer will be constantly scanned for potential threats, thus providing you a 24/7 security.

Should you have any question about how to protect your computer from harm, you can always leave us a comment below. Our team is there to assist.

How to Remove

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Win+R and type regedit.
  2. Click OK and go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main.
  3. Locate the Start Page string value on the right pane.
  4. Right-click it and select Modify.
  5. Change the start page address and click OK.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Win+R and type %AppData%.
  2. Click OK and go to the Roaming folder.
  3. Open Mozilla and go to Firefox. Open Profiles.
  4. Open the default user ID folder.
  5. Locate the prefs.js file and use Notepad to open it.
  6. Locate the user_pref("browser.startup.homepage", ""); string.
  7. Replace the startup address with one you prefer.
  8. Save the changes and exit the file.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Win+R and type %AppData%. Click OK.
  2. Go to Local and open Google.
  3. Open the Chrome folder and then go to User Data.
  4. Open the Default folder.
  5. Delete the Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data files.

In non-techie terms: is an annoying new tab option that might be rather hard to remove from your computer. This website will promote third-party content that could prove to be dangerous. Sometimes such browser settings are used to expose users to malicious websites that distribute severe computer infections. Therefore, whenever you experience an unexpected browser settings modification, you need to deal with it immediately.