What is

There are a few reasons users should not trust, and as you continue reading the article, we will explain them to you better. For starters, what you should know about this search engine is that it falls under the category of browser hijackers. It means the application might modify your browser preferences by placing itself as the default search engine or homepage. Also, users should be aware of potentially harmful third-party ads that could appear among the search results. Our researchers at believe such content could be dangerous to the system, so it might be safer to stay away from it. Thus, if you do not want to risk the system’s safety, we would advise you to erase according to the instructions added below the text or with a legitimate antimalware tool.test

Where does come from?

We found out that the application was developed by a company known as ClientConnect Ltd. It is important to mention that is not the first browser hijacker created by ClientConnect Ltd. The company has released other similar threats in the past as some of them we have already reviewed before (e.g.,, and other).

Since we have encountered several other clones of this search engine, it does not surprise us that it is possibly distributed with adware, potentially unwanted programs (PUP’s), and other suspicious software. To be more precise, the hijacker could be spread with bundled installers. As a result, it might be quite easy to overlook it on the setup wizard and install the application accidentally, so it is important to pay more attention to the terms provided by the configuration wizard.

How does work?

As we mentioned above, the application should replace either your default homepage or search engine. itself does not have a unique search engine since it uses a popular search tool known as Bing. However, the application’s version of Bing might be modified, so the browser hijacker’s creators might inject the collected results with third-party advertising content and possibly even receive advertising revenue from your clicks.

Furthermore, the application’s Privacy Policy states the software’s creators do “not review, approve, monitor,” or take any responsibility for the third-party content. In other words, the ads could promote anything including potentially harmful software, for example, ransomware, viruses, and so on. Some of the ads could also redirect you to web pages that distribute similar threats to, for instance, different browser hijackers, adware, PUP’s, and other untrustworthy programs.

How to delete

Fortunately, the browser hijacker can be removed quite quickly. Our researchers tested the application themselves, and while doing so, they noticed that it could be eliminated manually by resetting the browser. Also, you can erase it automatically too if you install a reliable security tool. In fact, we would advise using the antimalware tool more, because it could help you clean the system from other potentially harmful programs. Since you most likely installed with bundled setup file, it is entirely possible you accepted more suspicious applications to settle in. The antimalware tool could scan the whole system, and if there are any other threats, it would allow you to remove them together with the browser hijacker.


Internet Explorer

  1. Open the browser, press Alt+X and click on Internet Options.
  2. Select Advanced, press Reset, and mark Delete personal settings.
  3. Then press Reset once more and click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox and locate the Help icon on the top-left corner.
  2. Click the icon and choose Troubleshooting information.
  3. Press Refresh Firefox, then select Refresh Firefox again and click Finish.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser and press Alt+F to open Settings.
  2. Slide below, mark Show advanced settings, then scroll below again.
  3. Select Reset Settings and click Reset.
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