What is is a new search engine page that offers you quick links to social networking, gaming, and sports-related pages; however, the content this search page may display to you could be potentially harmful. Since this questionable page can make changes to your browser settings, our malware experts at have categorized it as a browser hijacker. Since this infection can affect all three of the most popular browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox as well as Google Chrome, you may be exposed to unreliable content anytime you launch these browsers. Unfortunately, if you find this hijacker as your home page in your browsers, there is a good chance you will also find other malware infections on board. If you want to use a clean computer without potential security breaches and risks, you should remove right away. For details, please continue reading our report.test

Where does come from?

This malware infection seems to come from the same authors who are also responsible for creating and as well. It is most likely that you clicked on a third-party pop-up advertisement to have installed this useless tool. This can happen when your computer is infected with adware programs, such as MartianArcade, SideTab, and Vertech. These infections can display unreliable advertisements on your screen while you are browsing the web. Even otherwise reputable pages can be affected and their third-party ads can become risky to click on. In order for your system to be infected with adware programs, browser hijackers, fake alerts, and potentially unwanted programs bundled together, you need to visit questionable gaming or file-sharing websites. These sites host a lot of unreliable third-party advertisements, such as banners and pop-ups. If you end up on an unfamiliar website, chances are you click on contents that can result in your dropping a full bundle of malware threats onto your computer. We hope that knowing this can help you in the future. However, if this browser hijacker has landed on your computer, we suggest that you run a malware scanner to identify all possible threat sources. But first, remove to get it out of the way.

How does work?

This questionable search page provides you a fake toolbar with a search tool and a number of quick links apart from the main “attraction” or feature, the search box. These quick links lead to social networks, online games, sports channels, and news-related websites. If you click on the button labeled “Social Media,” a scrollable bar comes up with dozens of large thumbnails linking to Facebook, Twitter, Viber, Telegram, and many more related sites. If you choose to click on the “Free Games” button, you end up on, which seems to be a questionable online gaming site offering free games in exchange for your e-mail address that you have to give before playing any games. We do not recommend that you use these buttons because you might be introduced to unreliable content.

However, the major issue here is the search engine itself because this browser hijacker may modify your search results. This means that even though your queries are redirected to a Yahoo search results page, the displayed items could be of unreliable sources. Obviously, this hijacker can only make money for its creators if it promotes third parties. This can be done through including third-party ads and links among the search results. Unfortunately, you can be taken to malicious websites if you happen to click on corrupt content, such as an ad embedded by cyber criminals. Therefore, if you do not want to cause more system security issues or become a victim of an online scam, you should remove as soon as possible.

How can I delete

In order to end the flow of potentially unreliable content, you should reset all your major browsers. It is possible that you are not familiar with the necessary steps, so we have included a guide below. This whole process should not take more than a few minutes even if you are an inexperienced computer user. Since there could be other threats on your system, we advise you not to stop at this point. You should make sure that your computer is completely clean of any potential threats because, as you can see, one adware program is more than enough to let more infections into your virtual world. If you do not wish to detect all possible infections manually, we suggest that you use a reliable anti-malware program that would also protect your PC from future attacks.

How to remove from your browsers

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and select Internet Options.
  2. Choose the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Tick the Delete personal settings checkbox and click Reset.
  4. Press Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+H and select Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox.
  3. In the confirmation pop-up click Refresh Firefox again.
  4. Press Finish.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and select Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click Show advanced settings.
  3. Scroll down again and click Reset settings.
  4. Press Reset in the confirmation window.
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