What is

Our researchers say users who surf the Internet with could endanger the device, as the provided search results might be modified and so they may contain links to potentially malicious web pages. Users who do want even to risk coming across such content should erase the application with no hesitation. No need to worry if you do not know how to achieve it; at the end of this report there will be removal instructions you could follow. Also, is considered to be a browser hijacker and according to our specialists at users should be able to delete such a threat with a legitimate antimalware tool too. For more information about this browser hijacker, you should keep reading this report.testtest

Where does come from?

If you noticed on your browser, you might also see a new browser extension titled FindGoFind. It appears that it works only on Google Chrome browsers; thus, the browser hijacker might work only in this browser as well. From what we have learned while researching this threat, it looks like it might be spread via bundled setup files. Such installers could be distributed via unreliable file-sharing web pages, for example,,,, and so on.

Naturally, one of the solutions to protect the system from similar browser hijacker or threats alike is to keep away from untrustworthy file-sharing web pages. However, sometimes users visit sites distributing potentially unwanted programs, adware, or other suspicious applications after clicking pop-up ads. Therefore, we additionally advise users not to interact with untrustworthy advertisements. Lastly, the device might be less vulnerable if it would be protected by a legitimate antimalware tool, so if you did not employ it yet, it would be smart to consider this option.

How does work?

One of the main tasks of the browser hijacker is probably to replace your default search provider, start page, or new tab page with Then the application might start gathering various information, for example, according to the search engine’s Privacy Policy (PP), it can collect private information if the user consents to it. Does this mean you will be asked if the tool can gather specific data? Sadly, we do not think so because the threat’s End User License Agreement (EULA) states that users agree the application “may collect and use information gathered in any manner.”

The PP document does not say why needs to collect any data, but one of the last EULA statements mention the collected information could be used to “to provide notices to you which may be of use or interest to you.” Our researchers believe that by saying “notices,” the browser hijacker’s creators might mean third-party advertising content. If this is true, there is a possibility the search engine could show modified search results, among which there might be suspicious advertisements originating from unknown sources. Consequently, it would be advisable to be extra cautious as some of them could lead to malicious sites.

How to erase

If you wish to go back to the search engine you were using before hijacked your browser, you should erase it at once. As we already explained, users can eliminate it without much trouble by following the removal instructions prepared by our specialists or after downloading a legitimate antimalware tool. The difference is that with an antimalware tool you could clean the system from other possible threats as well. Not to mention, it could protect the computer from future threats. No matter what you choose, if there is anything else you would like to know or you require further assistance, there is a comment section below this article where you can leave us a message.

Remove and FindGoFind

  1. Press ALT+F.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click on More tools.
  4. Pick Extensions.
  5. Find FindGoFind and click the trash bin button near it.
  6. Select Remove to finish.
  7. Close the browser and press Windows key+E.
  8. Search for the specific path: %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
  9. Right-click called Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web data separately, then select Delete.
  10. Exit File Explorer.
  11. Empty Recycle bin. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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