What is is a search engine that has quite a few clones, including,, and It is obvious that all of them were created using the same engine, and it is possible that they were created by the same company as well. Unfortunately, we cannot confirm this because the company who has created these search tools does not expose itself. This is strange because the companies behind legitimate services and programs want to advertise themselves. The concealment of this detail suggest one of three things: The developers of these search tools do not want the credit – which, of course, is unlikely – they are hiding themselves, or they were too lazy to prepare the information. After all, the company name is not the only detail that is “hidden,” as no official information is presented. Is that strange? It certainly is, and that might become a reason to delete from your browsers. If you want to learn more about the removal, please keep reading.test

How does work?

Which browser do you use? Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome? All of these browsers can be affected by, and so you have to be very cautious. According to our research, it is most likely that you will let in yourself when you download something else. We are talking about software bundles. For example, you might land on an unreliable file-sharing website when researching a program you are interested in. If you choose to download the program from this website, you might be introduced to an installer setup promoting all kinds of seemingly beneficial programs. If you are choosing to accept/install these third-party programs, you have to research them first. If you download unfamiliar software without even thinking about it, you might end up installing malware without even knowing it. Although is not considered a tremendously risky and malicious infection, it is obvious that it is not all threat great, and we doubt that you would have downloaded it if you knew how it worked. So, was this hijacker introduced to you in a misleading manner? Hopefully, this will teach you to be cautious when trusting unfamiliar installers and programs promoted via them.

If has been set as your homepage, you might have tried using it already. At the time of research, our researchers found this hijacker to be inactive. Whether you enter unique keywords into the search dialog box or you click any of the keywords in the list of search categories, you will end up in the same spot, the home page. Obviously, this hijacker does not show search results. Did it show them in the past or will it show them in the future? We cannot be sure of it, but there is a great possibility that it will start showing search results and redirecting you to unknown third-party sites. Of course, you should never interact with these results because they could be set up to show ads and links to unreliable sites. If you want a reliable search tool to greet you whenever you launch your browser, we suggest removing and replacing it with a trustworthy, reliable search tool.

How to eliminate

Whether or not you classify as a browser hijacker, you should agree that removing this search tool is the best idea. At the moment, it does not work, but even if it did, we could not recommend trusting it. There is no official information about this threat, and all you have is bad reviews from malware researchers. Reliable search tools will not hide information about their creators or their activity, and that is the first sign that you should remove from your browsers. We also recommend getting rid of this “search tool” because it does not work. The guide below shows how to erase the unwanted homepage from the popular browsers. We also show how to eliminate cookies because it is possible that the hijacker is using intrusive tracking cookies. After this, you should scan your PC to check if other threats do not exist. Keep in mind that if you have executed a software bundle, other threats might be active!

Removal Instructions

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch Chrome, tap Alt+F, and click Settings.
  2. Go to the On Startup menu and mark Open a specific page or set of pages.
  3. Click Set pages and overwrite the unwanted URL.
  4. Now, tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open the Clear browsing data menu.
  5. Clear the cookies and cache and then restart the browser.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch Firefox, tap Alt+T, and choose Options.
  2. Move to the General menu and locate the Home Page area.
  3. Overwrite the undesirable URL.
  4. Now, tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open a new menu.
  5. Clear the cookies and cache and then restart the browser.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch IE, tap Alt+T, and select Internet options.
  2. Click the General menu and move to the Home Page section.
  3. Overwrite the undesirable URL and click OK.
  4. Now, tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open a new menu.
  5. Clear the cookies and cache and then restart the browser.
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