What is

If appears in your browser when you click for a new tab, it is possible that your computer has been infected with a potentially harmful search engine. Although you might have installed this browser extension yourself, chances are you were visiting unreliable websites where you clicked on a pop-up and got this extension in return. This search engine can affect your Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers. It changes the new tab and default search engine settings. You should not trust this tool though since it may expose you to unreliable web content. While this search engine is not a dangerous malware threat, it can still cause some headaches for you. According to our malware researchers, you are definitely better off removing from your computer. Please read on if you would like to know more about the potential security-related issues that may emerge if you keep this tool on-board.testtesttest

Where does come from?

You can find the official website of this browser extension at Although the extension promotes itself as a “must-have” Chrome new tab, you can also install it under Firefox. So one source for this search engine to appear in your browsers is definitely its website. But this free program most probably does not get enough visitors on this site for the creators to be happy with the third-party advertising results, which actually brings money for them. That is why this extension is promoted on shady shareware sites instead, such as and the like. It is enough to click on a pop-up there, and while you think you are downloading some cool free software, you end up having this annoying search engine.

We suggest that you should be more careful about the selection of websites you go visit, but most importantly do not click on any third-party ads and pop-ups if you happen to land on a suspicious site. This way you can avoid the unnecessary headache of fighting malware infections. This search engine might also come on-board in freeware bundles that may be packed with malware infections. These are also mostly promoted on unreliable shareware and torrent sites. Do you see now how important it is to watch “where you step”? If you allow such a bundle onto your computer, deleting will only be the first battle you have to face if you want to regain control of your machine.

What does do?

Once this extension activates, it changes your new tab page and default search engine settings to offers you quick searches in your favorite social network sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. All you need to do is enter your keywords in the search box and click on the social network icon below to be redirected to the respective site and see right away what you were looking for. However, these links might not always work properly. Also, if you simply want to search the web, your query will get redirected to a third-party search engine, is an unreliable search engine that may modify the search results and might include third-party ads and links, which might not all be trustworthy. Clicking on those might take you to unsafe websites run by criminals. If you want to protect your files and your operating system, you should delete as soon as you can.

How can I remove

The easiest way to stop this infection from harming you is to reset the two browsers it may affect. If you have never done that before, please use our instructions below this article. Keep in mind that you can stop similar infections from entering your PC if you are more careful about navigating on the virtual highway of the Internet. You should never trust third-party advertisements, so watch where you click next time because one wrong click may expose you to cyber criminals and you may harm your machine more than you can manually handle, not to mention potential financial loss you may suffer by being scammed.

Remove from Browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and choose Settings.
  2. Click Show advanced settings.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Reset settings.
  4. In the confirmation pop-up window, press Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Access the Help menu and go to Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Click Reset Firefox in the top right corner.
  3. Click Reset Firefox in the pop-up window and press Finish.
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