What is is a new questionable search engine page that features e-mail account links on a toolbar and other additional quick links. This page may be new, but we can tell you with certainty that it is not the first of its kind. As a matter of fact, our malware researchers at say that this malware infection comes from a browser hijacker family that also includes,, and among dozens of others. If you find this hijacker as your home page in your major browsers, including Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome, it can also mean that there are other malicious programs on your system since this infection rarely travels alone. If you want to secure your computer, first you need to remove and then, all other potential and malicious threats you may find on your PC.test

Where does come from?

Infecting your system with this browser hijacker is probably easier than you would think. In fact, it may not even be just this infection that could crawl onto your computer at the same time. Since this infection is known to travel the web in freeware bundles, there is a good chance that you will also find adware programs, Trojans, fake alerts, and potentially unwanted programs among others on your system. If you let such infections onto your PC, you could be exposed to unsafe third-party web content every time you go online and you could also be spied on or worse. This is why it is so important that you do not only delete from your browsers but you also scan your computer for other potentially harmful programs as well.

We recommend that you stay away from questionable torrent and freeware sites because these are notorious for hosting malicious third-party installers that can bundle a number of malware threats alongside legitimate free software. This means that you may think that you are about to download a free program that you actually targeted but, in the end, you will install several additional useless tools and malware infections disguised as free programs. If you only download programs and updates from official websites, there is a better chance that even if you are offered a bundle, it will only contain trustworthy tools. Remember that it is not enough for you to remove if you install it from a bundle.

It is also possible that you click on questionable third-party ads you may be introduced to on suspicious websites or by adware programs hiding on your system. These websites are mostly related to porn, file-sharing, gaming, and dating. You may have noticed that these pages host an annoying number of third-party ads and even if you do not click on ads, new tab pages or new windows may open with malicious content. You should make sure that you do not land on such shady pages and that you do not click on questionable ads.

How does work?

This search engine page displays its characteristic fake toolbar that does not actually stay on top of the page as you can scroll it up and down. This toolbar contains the usual search tool, a quick link to a local weather information widget page, a questionable news page ( as well as e-mail-related pages, such as Gmail, Yahoo, and Outlook. You need to be careful with the local weather page because it displays a couple of third-party ads that may not be trustworthy; therefore, it might be risky to click on them. There is also a line of thumbnails below the main search field that redirect to frequently used pages, such as Gmail, Yahoo, Facebook, and YouTube. You can either show or hide this line by clicking on the respective link in its top-right corner.

Strangely enough this search engine does not seem to function at the moment. In fact, it seems that none of the predecessors in this family are capable of forwarding your queries temporarily. It is possible that these schemers had to shut down their servers or any other technical issue may have emerged. Nevertheless, if this browser hijacker starts working again, your queries could be taken to a Yahoo search results page that could contain questionable third-party ads and links. These may come from unreliable third parties who may as well be cyber criminals. This means that if you click on such ads or links, you could drop malicious programs onto your PC or open malicious pages in your browser. Landing on malicious pages does not usually end well as you could be tricked into disclosing your banking details, which may result in your losing money from your account. Although this may not be the most frequent issue here, it is still a possibility and another reason why we say that you should remove from your system.

How can I delete

This malware infection changes your home page settings when it sneaks onto your system. Fortunately, you can simply undo these changes by setting a new home page URL for all your affected browsers. If you need assistance with this, please follow our instructions below. Since it is quite easy to infect your system with a number of malware threats at the same time, it is important that you try to prevent such an attack from happening. While you may become a more cautious web surfer, it is still possible that more sophisticated malware infections may slither onto your system without your knowledge. Therefore, we suggest that you protect your PC with a professional malware removal application, such as SpyHunter.

Remove from your browsers

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+T and select Options.
  2. On the left, choose General.
  3. Click Restore to Default.

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Select Open a specific page or set of pages in the On Startup section.
  3. Click Set pages.
  4. Add a new home page URL and remove the unwanted home page.
  5. Click OK.

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and choose Internet options.
  2. Select the General tab and click Use default.
  3. Click OK. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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