What is is a hijacker that is not compatible only with Windows XP. This hijacker can be found on any Windows system with Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox browsers installed. There are several reasons why we identify it as a hijacker, the first of them being that this infection can take over your browsers without permission. Have you found this hijacker installed silently? If you have, there is a huge possibility that other unreliable, malicious infections have corrupted your operating system as well. We advise implementing a legitimate, up-to-date malware scanner to find threats potentially active on your operating system. We would not be surprised if you found adware (advertising-supported software), potentially unwanted programs, and similar unreliable programs installed on your PC along with this hijacker. Keep in mind that even if the software installed along with it looks reliable, it is essential to inspect it. If you discover malware, make sure you get rid of it as soon as you remove

How does act?

The distribution of this hijacker is quite unpredictable. While some users acquire it when downloading the My Daily Verse XP extension available at, others find it installed illegally. Then there are users who install this search tool by accident. Some users do not read the information regarding the installation of the extension, and they miss the disclaimer about the search provider and homepage modifications. The same problems are faced by users who download software promoted at,, and similar websites. All in all, if you were cautious with the software you installed, we are sure that you would minimize the risk of having your browsers infected with or other hijackers. One more thing we want to mention about the extension associated with this hijacker is that it has different names on different browsers. If you use Internet Explorer, you will have to uninstall My Daily Verse XP. Chrome users will face the My Daily Bible Verse XP add-on, and Firefox users will find the extension called “Bible.”

Once installed, takes over the homepage and default search provider. Although this search tool looks quite normal, it cannot be trusted when it comes to web browsing. Instead of showing reliable search results, it redirects via and shows modified Yahoo search results. These search results might include sponsored links, advertisements, which is why trusting them can be extremely dangerous. Have you noticed that the ads shown correspond to your recent browsing history? Well, data-tracking technologies, such as HTTP cookies, might be employed to spy on you and track information that could be used to deliver more “efficient” ads. If you interact with the ads shown, a profit is generated, and that is all that the creator of this hijacker is interested in. Even if you choose to use a different search tool, the cookies might be unleashed to collect information that could be sold to third-party advertisers. Considering how suspicious and unpredictable this program is, interacting with the ads shown by it and trusting the tracking technologies it installs is not our recommendation.

How to get rid of

Most users expect to get rid of undesirable search tools by replacing them with the ones they prefer. Although this is a good method when changing unwanted search tools, this rarely works with browser hijackers. If you want to delete from your operating system and browsers successfully, you have to follow every step shown below. Get rid of unwanted search tools and then move on to the removal of third-party threats; if they exist. Since the hijacker usually comes bundled with its own extension, we have added steps that will help you get rid of it as well. Also do not forget to eliminate the leftover files and registry keys. If all of this is too much for you, you can install a trusted anti-malware tool. In fact, this is what our security experts recommend because your operating system will remain vulnerable unless you install a trustworthy security tool. Install it now, and you will not need to worry about the removal process.


Windows 10/Windows 8:

  1. Tap Win+R keys on your keyboard to launch the RUN dialog box.
  2. Type Control Panel and click OK to launch the tool.
  3. Move to Uninstall a program, select the unwanted application, and click Uninstall.

Windows 7/Windows Vista:

  1. Open the Start menu by clicking the Windows logo on the Taskbar.
  2. Open the Control Panel menu and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Locate the program you wish to get rid of, right-click it, and select Uninstall.

Windows XP:

  1. Open the Start menu from the Taskbar and click Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Add or Remove Programs and identify the undesirable app.
  3. Click the undesirable application and select Remove.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Simultaneously tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Manage Add-ons and open the Search Providers menu.
  3. Set the desired provider, Remove the unwanted provider, and click Close.
  4. Tap Alt+T one more time and click Internet options.
  5. Click the General tab, overwrite the URL under Home Page, and click OK.
  6. Restart the browser.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Simultaneously tap Ctrl+Shift+A.
  2. In the menu on the left click Extensions and Remove the unwanted add-ons.
  3. Tap Alt+T and click Options.
  4. In the menu on the left click General.
  5. Overwrite the URL under Home Page.
  6. In the menu on the left click Search.
  7. Remove the undesirable search provider and set the desired one.
  8. Restart the browser.

Google Chrome:

  1. Simultaneously tap Alt+F.
  2. Select More tools and click Extensions to see all available add-ons.
  3. Identify the unwanted add-on, click the trash bin, and select Remove.
  4. Move to the menu on the left and click Settings.
  5. Go to On Startup, mark Open a specific page or set of pages, and click Set pages.
  6. Overwrite the URL of the undesirable option and click OK.
  7. Go to Appearance, mark Show home button, and click Change.
  8. Overwrite the URL of the undesirable option and click OK.
  9. Go to Search, click Manage search engines, and set the preferred provider.
  10. Remove (click X on the URL) the unwanted provider and click Done.
  11. Restart the browser.


  1. Simultaneously tap Win+R to launch the RUN dialog box.
  2. Type regedit.exe, right-click the tool, and select Run as administrator.
  3. Delete HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Tracing\My Email XP_RASAPI32.
  4. Delete HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Tracing\My Email XP_RASMANCS.
  5. Simultaneously tap Win+E to launch Explorer.
  6. Enter c:\Documents and Settings\user\AppData\Local\Application Data\Temp\XP into the address bar.
  7. Delete My Daily Verse XP_settings.json.
  8. Move to C:\Users\{user}\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*\jetpack\*@jetpack\simple-storage.
  9. Delete store.json.
  10. Move to C:\Users\{user}\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*\searchplugins.
  11. Open search.xml using Notepad and remove the URL associated with the hijacker.

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