What is may show up in your Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers when a browser hijacker manages to slip through your system security or your own “fingers.” Our malware specialists at say that this new malware threat is in essence identical to a recently emerged browser hijacker called; the only difference between the two being the quick links offered. This hijacker, true to its name, provides you with quick access to file converting tools as well as other useful-looking links, including a potentially harmful local weather page. This infection may pose a threat to your computer through the third-party contents it may present to you. Therefore, we believe that you should remove as soon as possible. However, this threat may not even be the only one on your system. Please read on for further details and to find out more about the related risks.test

Where does come from?

Many users do not usually realize that they install browser hijackers. They may simply notice the new home page, new tab page, or default search engine that shows up in their browsers. But many people would still not react because they are not aware of the potential risks such an infection can put their system to. The reason why you may not recall letting this hijacker onto your system is that you most likely did not knowingly install it. This means that this malware infection can easily sneak onto your system without your knowledge. It is possible when you click on fake download buttons or you try to download a free program from shady freeware or torrent sites. Instead of your targeted application, unfortunately, you will download bundled malicious software installers.

You could easily overlook the license agreement or the offered browser settings changes; mostly, when you choose the quick installation option and then you may not even see the real contents of the bundle. This is quite dangerous because you can allow a number of adware programs, fake warnings, Trojans, browser hijackers as well as potentially unwanted programs to enter your system. This could cause serious virtual security issues in a short time that could lead to a crippled operating system. We advise you to always download software and updates from official or reputable vendors’ pages. Also, do not click on any third-party content if possible because this may leave you no choice but to step up and delete along with all other possible threats.

How does work?

In all fairness, we must mention that the file converting tools this search page offers actually seem to work just fine. We managed to convert files without any issues. However, the other links may lead to websites that host third-party ads that might pose a threat when coming from unreliable sources. What’s more, this hijacker may be able to inject its own promotions into these pages. It is possible that this infection spies on you to collect data about your online activities so that relevant commercials and links can be sent to you. This is quite risky because cyber criminals may take advantage of this and lure you onto their fake and malicious websites through ads and links that may reflect something that you could be interested in or something that you have been looking for lately. Many users would click, for instance, on ads that show a product they want to buy advertised at an all-time cheap price. However, if you click on such an ad, you may end up on a fake online shop and give your credit card details up to cyber crooks. This may happen if you keep this browser hijacker in your browsers because all the web searches you may run through this suspicious search page could end up on a manipulated Yahoo search results page. We do not think that you would like to drop more malware infections onto your PC or lose money in a vicious online scam. This is why we ask you to protect your computer by removing from the infected browsers.

How can I delete

As we have already mentioned, this browser hijacker seems to affect Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox only. You can try to simply restore your home page and search engine settings as well as remove any related browser extension. But it may be easier to reset these browsers even though it would mean the loss of all your preferences and extensions unless you save them beforehand. We have included instructions for you, which you can use if you do not know how to reset your browsers. But, if you want to protect your computer from similar malware invasions, you should be more careful with your clicks. For more powerful protection, we recommend that you use a professional malware removal tool, such as SpyHunter.

Remove from browsers

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+H and go to Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Press Refresh Firefox.
  3. In the pop-up, press Refresh Firefox.
  4. Click Finish.

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and pick Internet Options.
  2. Choose the Advanced tab and press Reset.
  3. Select the Delete personal settings checkbox.
  4. Press Reset.
  5. Click Close.
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