What is is a browser hijacker set up by the infamous SaferBrowser. Therefore, it is paramount that you remove it because if you keep it on your PC, then its security can be jeopardized. In truth, this hijacker is an advertising platform as it is set to feature promotional links in its search results. The featured links are not filtered, so their content is unknown. Due to the fact that this hijacker comes from an established malware developer, we cannot rule out the possibility of this hijacker promoting malicious content. Please read this article to find out more.testtesttest

Where does come from?

SaferBrowser is a label that unites dozens if not hundreds of browser hijackers that have yet to be discovered. Our malware researchers have tested a few dozen of them over the last year, and they have concluded that all of them are distributed using the same methods. The first method employed by its developers is software bundling. comes with a dedicated browser extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Internet Explorer. This extension is either named Your Email Now or simply Email (on Firefox in particular.) This extension is supposed to allow you to login to your email faster, but the bookmarks bar is web-based and is part of — not Your Email Now. Testing has shown that this extension is dedicated to modifying your web browser’s settings and replacing your browser’s homepage, new tab page and search provider to this hijacker’s URL.

This browser extension is bundled with third-party software and put up for download on free software sharing websites. The bundle’s installer is designed to hide additional software so that you might install Your Email Now accidentally. Even if you are given the opportunity to deselect its installation but you choose to install it, you might not be given the possibility to skip the implementation of The second method used to distribute this hijacker is the browser extension’s dedicated website at This website is safe and when you install Your Email Now you can uncheck this hijacker’s checkbox. Before we get into this hijacker’s inner workings, we would like to point your attention to the fact that some of its earlier clones are still active and they include,, and, among others.

What does do?

We have already mentioned that this hijacker is set to replace your browser’s homepage, new tab page, and search provider (changes vary depending on the web browser type.) Due to its less than honest distribution methods, it is set to make these changes without your knowledge or authorization, and that is why our researchers have classified as a browser hijacker.

The purpose of forcing this seemingly legitimate search engine on your browser is simple. Its developers have set it up to generate advertising revenue that comes from inserting promoted links into the search results. Legitimate search engines also add promoted links, but a browser hijacker can promote unsafe links that can jeopardize your computer. We believe that this particular hijacker can also promote malicious websites and links to malware downloads. Note that redirects the entered search queries to, but this does not necessarily mean that the search results are safe. Therefore, we advocate for getting rid of it as soon as possible.

However, we go to its deletion, we want to inform you that, like its clones, this browser hijacker is set to collect information about you to show you tailored advertisements that may be unique to your region or interests. So it will automatically collect non-personally identifiable information that includes your computer’s IP address and by extension its geographical location, search queries, URL’s visited, browser type, operating system type, and so on. Its owners might also collect personal information, but you have to contact them directly to reveal it. Of course, this is not something we recommend doing, but keep in mind that any information you disclose might be used to make money for someone else.

How do I remove

Due to its deceptive distribution methods, our malware analysts have classified as a browser hijacker. Its sole objective is to make money for its developers and their advertising partners so do not expect it to bring any advantages for you. If you want to get rid of it, then you only have to remove the browser extension for Chrome and Firefox and run the uninstaller from Control Panel if you use Internet Explorer.

Uninstall from Control Panel (for Internet Explorer users only)

Windows 10

  1. Simultaneously press Windows+X.
  2. Open Programs and Features.
  3. Find Your Email Now double-click it and click Uninstall.

Windows 8/8.1

  1. Open the Charm bar.
  2. Click Settings and select Control Panel.
  3. Open Uninstall a program.
  4. Find Your Email Now.
  5. Click the Uninstall button.

Windows 7 and Windows Vista

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Find Your Email Now and click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Select Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Find Your Email Now and click the Remove button.

Remove the browser extension

Google Chrome

  1. Open the web browser.
  2. Simultaneously press Alt+F.
  3. Click More tools.
  4. Click Extensions.
  5. Find Your Email Now and remove it.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the web browser.
  2. Simultaneously press Ctrl+Shift+A.
  3. Click Extensions.
  4. Locate Email and click Remove.
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