What is can appear in your major browsers after you press your left mouse button over an unsafe third-party advertisement or an unreliable hyperlink offered by a browser hijacker. This search engine could be directly installed as your new home page or it is also possible that you download a whole freeware bundle packed with malware infections. So when you find this search engine in your browsers, you should assume that there could be other malware threats on your system that are endangering your virtual security. Our malware specialists at have labeled this infection as a browser hijacker. If you keep using this hijacker, you could lead more infections onto your system or get involved in online scams and most likely lose money from your bank account. We believe that you want to use a secure computer; therefore, we recommend that you remove from your system right now. For the details, please carry on reading our report.test

Where does come from?

This new browser hijacker unmistakably belongs to an infamous family of risky search engines that includes and among others. This malware infection practically follows suit and spreads over the net exactly like its peers. It is easier to infect your computer with such a hijacker than you would think. All it takes is a click on the wrong content while browsing the web. When your system is infected with adware programs, for example, it is possible that you cannot even trust authentic-looking third-party advertisements on reputable pages because such infections can reroute them to fake and malicious websites or simply drop infections onto your system. The problem is that you may not only infect your computer with this malware alone, but you can also install a bundle of threats if you are not cautious enough.

The same can happen when you are viewing suspicious websites, including shareware, torrent, and dating webpages. These are usually filled with third-party ads as you may have noticed. What you may not know, though, is that you can end up on such pages sort of accidentally. This is what takes place when you are looking for a free program to download and you click on random search results. However, what you may not expect is that you can land on fake websites that only promise your targeted software, but instead, you will download a package filled with malware installers. So when you are ready to delete, you also need to take into consideration the presence of other potential infections before you go on using your computer like nothing has happened.

How does work?

At the top of this search page you find the emblematic pseudo toolbar. There is the usual search tool on the left and next to it, a number of easy-access buttons leading to online gaming websites, such as It is important for us to mention that these websites could present to you potentially unsafe third-party ads and other content. This is why you should never engage with these pages through this hijacker. But obviously it is not these buttons and the gaming sites that really cause the biggest issue here. Unfortunately, you cannot trust this search engine either.

This browser hijacker may spy on you and use this information to target you with tailored third-party advertisements and sponsored hyperlinks, which will not be easy -- if at all -- to distinguish from normal and legitimate results. Therefore, there is a high risk that you may click on unreliable content and get redirected to malicious websites. This infection uses Yahoo to display search results to you, but these results should be taken with caution as we have just explained why. If you do not want to end up on a fake online shop and reveal your banking details to cyber criminals, we suggest that you remove right away.

How to delete

Our research shows that this browser hijacker may only modify your home page settings in the infected browsers. Therefore, it could be enough for you to use your browser settings and undo these changes. If you follow our guide below, you can learn to manually do the same. Of course, we understand that not everyone is a techie who would like to chase and eliminate malware infections this way. Also, we cannot forget about the possibility that there could be other malware infections on your system as well. If you are looking for a powerful automated solution, we advise you to employ SpyHunter or any other malware removal application that you can find trustworthy enough for the protection of your computer.

Remove from your browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Win+E to open File Explorer.
  2. Open the "C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default" directory.
  3. Bin Preferences, Secure Preferences, and WebData files.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Win+E to launch File Explorer.
  2. Open the "C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{Unique Mozilla User ID}" directory.
  3. Edit prefs.js in Notepad.
  4. Modify the "user_pref(“browser.startup.homepage”, “”)" string by overwriting the URL with a legitimate website or search engine URL.
  5. Save this file and close it.

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Win+Q and enter regedit. Hit the Enter key.
  2. Go to "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Start Page" registry value name.
  3. Change the value data ("") to a legitimate website or search engine URL.
  4. Go to "HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes" registry value name.
  5. Change these value names: FaviconURL, FaviconURLFallback, TopResultURL, and URL
  6. Close the Registry Editor.
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