MyEasyLotto Toolbar

What is MyEasyLotto Toolbar?

MyEasyLotto Toolbar is an extension/application that was created by Mindspark Interactive Network Inc. to make it easier for Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer users to check their winnings of “local lottery games.” When installing the toolbar onto Firefox and IE browsers, users are expected to check a box indicating that they agree to have their homepages changed to Chrome users do not need to agree with that. However, the toolbar is represented via the New Tab page on all browsers. Because users are pushed to make changes to their browsers that do not seem to affect the main service – which is checking lottery winnings – some claim that the toolbar acts as a browser hijacker. Whether or not you agree with that, you should read this report to learn why removing MyEasyLotto Toolbar might not be such a bad idea. Our research team has thoroughly analyzed this PUP (potentially unwanted program), and you can find everything you need to know about it in this report.test

How does MyEasyLotto Toolbar work?

It is unlikely that you are aware of it, but MyEasyLotto Toolbar is almost identical to HolidayPhotoEdit Toolbar, GifaPalooza Toolbar, NewNoteCenter Toolbar, and, literally, hundreds of other toolbars. Some of them are completely identical, but most promote unique links that are selected according to the service that the toolbar is meant to provide users with. In this case, the toolbar has to make it easier for users to check their lottery winnings, which is why it offers a link to If you visit this site, you can use a random number generator that, allegedly, can pick your lucky numbers. Besides that, the toolbar also shows a weather forecast and links to Gmail, Yahoo, Facebook, YouTube, and other popular sites that are not related to lotteries in any way. At the bottom-right corner of the page, you are introduced to the “Lottery Results” button that, when clicked, opens a window where you can find the numbers that won the Powerball, MEGA Millions, EuroMillions, LOTTO, and other popular lotteries in 33 different countries, including USA, UK, Spain, Finland, or Argentina. If you find the service useful, it is unlikely that you will want to delete MyEasyLotto Toolbar.

The main reason why users should think about removing MyEasyLotto Toolbar is that the search tool offered by it,, is not the most reliable one. Sure, it is allegedly “powered by Google,” but you must take into consideration the fact that the hijacker can showcase results that include sponsored content by unknown third parties. While it is possible that you will find normal search results that correspond to your queries, you could also be exposed to ads or even links to websites that are not reliable. Speaking of ads, have you started seeing various ads after installing MyEasyLotto Toolbar? This is unlikely to happen if you download the PUP from its download page,, or the Chrome webstore, However, if you have downloaded the PUP bundled with third-party software, you might have let in adware or other kinds of unwanted software. Install a genuine malware scanner to check if you need to delete other infections or potentially unwanted programs.

How to remove MyEasyLotto Toolbar

MyEasyLotto Toolbar is a potentially unwanted program, not a huge infection that poses an undeniable threat to your virtual security. That being said, if you feel that your browser was modified without your permission, you do not trust the search tool that is presented to you, or you do not find the toolbar useful, it is most likely that you will decide to remove it. The good news is that you can delete MyEasyLotto Toolbar manually. The guide you can find below shows how to eliminate this toolbar from all web browsers that it is compatible with. That is not the only option you have got. If you are looking for an alternative, we strongly recommend installing an anti-malware tool because it can automatically erase all programs that are classified as unreliable and malicious. This might be an ideal option if other threats are running along with the PUP. Hopefully, this article has clarified things for you, and you know what to do. If you have further questions, add them to the comments section, and let’s start a conversation.

Removal Instructions

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch Windows Explorer by simultaneously tapping Win+E keys.
  2. Enter %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\ into the bar at the top.
  3. Open the {unique profile name} folder, or, if folders do not exist, the Default folder.
  4. Move to the folders listed below and Delete the folder named feeidicocfobomaabepnamkfbepcdhjc:
    • Extensions
    • Local Extension Settings
    • Sync Extension Settings

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch Windows Explorer by simultaneously tapping Win+E keys.
  2. Enter Control Panel\Programs\Programs and Features into the bar at the top. Windows XP users need to move to Control  Panel and then to Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Uninstall/Remove the application called Myeasylotto Internet Explorer Homepage and New Tab.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch Windows Explorer by simultaneously tapping Win+E keys.
  2. Enter %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\ into the bar at the top.
  3. Open the {unique profile name} folder and then move to the extensions folder.
  4. Right-click and Delete the file named 100% FREE spyware scan and
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