Removal Guide

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Whether you identify as a beneficial search tool or an intrusive browser hijacker, you must remove it from your browsers as soon as you can. According to our research and analysis, this suspicious search provider could slither into your operating system without your permission, but it is most likely to represent itself via malicious installers. Have you found this hijacker bundled with other programs? It is even possible that you have been forced into installing this search tool if you wanted an extension or an application. All in all, a smart thing to do is scan your operating system with a scanner to see if additional threats exist. If they do, you might find yourself worrying about different threats first. Although we recommend deleting, there are far more dangerous infections out there, and some of them could be corrupting your operating system right now.

If the installation of is successful, it is most likely that you will find the homepage of your web browser modified. It could also replace your default search engine and, possibly modify the New Tab page. Whatever changes this hijacker makes, you should not just accept it, even if you have agreed to it yourself. This browser hijacker, at the moment, does not provide any useful services, and even if it did work, it is unlikely that the search results presented to you could be trusted. As suggested by the Privacy Policy, third-party advertisers can use to showcase ads, and considering that these advertisers are unknown, we cannot say if these ads are trustworthy. The risk of interacting with misleading ads is very real, and you should not act carelessly just because the offers shown to you seem legitimate and Removal screenshot
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If you think that all advertisements represented via are authentic, you might be wrong. In reality, it is unknown who can use this hijacker to showcase ads, and there is a possibility that schemers will exploit this advertising platform. Just like and – both of which are clones of the suspicious – this hijacker could trick you into thinking that the ads shown to you are beneficial. This is because these ads might be selected based on your browsing history. Obviously, it is more likely that you would interact with the ads that seemingly correspond to your searchers rather than random offers that might have no appeal for you. Your browsing history can be recorded by tracking cookies, and third-party advertisers could employ additional cookies to spy on you as well. We suggest that you remove these cookies because they could be unreliable and capable of recording personally identifiable information.

Changing the homepage URL might help you remove from your browsers, but we also recommend clearing browsing data and cookies. Afterward, you should scan your operating system with a legitimate malware scanner. This tool will find any leftovers (if they exist) and third-party malware that still requires removal. If you find that you are unable to get rid of all threats manually, we suggest trusting an automated malware remover to clean your PC. Be careful about the software you invest in to take care of your virtual security because there are a lot of fake, useless, and inadequate tools out there.


Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser, tap Alt+T, and select Options.
  2. In the General menu overwrite the URL in the Home Page box.
  3. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open a pop-up menu.
  4. Choose the time range and the data you want to erase.
  5. Click Clear Now and then restart your browser.

Internet Explorer

  1. Open the browser, tap Alt+T, and choose Internet options.
  2. Click the General tab and overwrite the URL in the Home Page box.
  3. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open a pop-up menu.
  4. Choose the data you want to erase.
  5. Click Delete and then restart your browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser, tap Alt+F, and choose Settings.
  2. Go to On Startup and mark Open a specific page or set of pages.
  3. Click Set pages and overwrite the unwanted URL. Click OK.
  4. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open a menu in a new tab.
  5. Choose the time range and the data you want to clear.
  6. Click Clear browsing data and then restart your browser.

In non-techie terms: is a hijacker that changes browser settings. Even if that is done with your notice and permission, it is likely that this hijacker is forced upon you, or you are provided with misleading information. Although, at the moment, this hijacker does not show search results, it could be revived in the future. According to our analysis, this suspicious search provider is likely to be used by third-party advertisers to showcase promotional inks, in which case, this search provider is unreliable and, potentially, useless. We advise eliminating this hijacker right away, and you can attempt that using the manual removal guide below. Of course, using automated malware removal software is much more beneficial as you can rely on this software to successfully erase all existing threats at the same time.