What is is promoted as “the search engine that respects your privacy.” Even though it is called Chrome Search, it has nothing to do with Google Chrome, we can assure you, so our only recommendation for you would be to remove it from browsers the second you notice its appearance. Specialists at say that it might arrive on users’ PCs in software bundles and then change their browsers’ settings, or they might be redirected to from a different domain. does look like a legitimate search tool at first glance, but we cannot confirm that it is one of the reputable search providers because research conducted by our malware researchers has clearly shown that it has drawbacks. We do not say that this Russian search tool is malicious or that it will start automatically downloading bad applications from the web on your computer, but, in the worst-case scenario, it might still bring you problems by redirecting you to untrustworthy pages. Keep in mind that might have any number from 1 to 20 next to its name, e.g. None of its versions can be trusted fully, so remove this search provider no matter which of its many versions you encounter.test

What does do? is usually classified as a browser hijacker because it can appear on users’ browsers out of the blue. It might change your homepage and search tool on your browsers too, but it is more likely that a scheduled task has been created on your computer to open it each time the web browser is launched. As mentioned in the first paragraph, you might be taken to against your will from another domain too. In any event, do not forget that this website is not a trustworthy search tool you should use to perform web searches. Since it is powered by the custom Google search, some of the search results it returns to users after they enter a search query might be modified. These search results are not malicious, but we still do not recommend clicking on them because they might redirect straight to untrustworthy pages. The developer of is not responsible for the content of these websites, so anything can be found on them.

Even though claims that it respects the users’ privacy, we cannot confirm that it does not record any information about users. If you check its Privacy Policy, you will see that it records visitor information “for the purpose of maintenance, management, security, use and operation of the Website.” Also, personal details, e.g. name, email, address, etc. you provide willingly will be saved. It promises to treat these recorded details with “the utmost care and security,” but we do not know whether it is true or not. Because of this, we cannot promise that your privacy will be safe if you use to perform web searches.

Where does come from?

You might see open when you launch your browser because your browser’s settings have been altered. In most cases, browser hijackers change homepages and search tools on users’ browsers. On the other hand, you might have another domain redirecting to set on your browsers. Finally, you might find a new scheduled task created in Task Scheduler too – it could have been created without your knowledge to automatically open when you start your browser. It is not always a piece of cake to protect browsers from unauthorized changes, so we do not think that you should do this alone, especially if you are not one of those experienced computer users. Instead, you should let an automatic antimalware tool help you ensure your system’s and browsers’ maximum protection.

How to remove

You should remove from your browsers as soon as possible because it is not one of those search tools that can be fully trusted. Also, it might redirect you to untrustworthy pages. To delete it, you first need to reset your browsers to default settings. Then, you should check Task Scheduler. If you find new tasks there, inspect them carefully and remove them mercilessly if it turns out that they are associated with If you find it too hard to make the browser hijacker gone from your system, you should perform a full system scan with a reputable antimalware tool.


Reset browsers to default settings

Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Press Alt+T and then select Internet Options.
  3. Click Advanced.
  4. Click Reset.
  5. Mark the box next to Delete personal settings.
  6. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox and press Alt+H.
  2. Select Troubleshooting Information.
  3. Click the Refresh Firefox button.
  4. Confirm your browser reset by clicking Refresh Firefox again.

Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome.
  2. Press Alt+F.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Go to the bottom of the page and click Advanced.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Click the Reset button in the confirmation box to reset your browser.

Delete scheduled tasks

  1. Tap Win+R.
  2. Insert Taskschd.msc.
  3. Click OK.
  4. Check all running tasks and delete those linked to
  5. Close Task Scheduler. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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