What is is a totally useless search engine that you should not trust. In fact, if you find this search engine in your browser as the new home page, chances are your computer has been attacked by a browser hijacker. This hijacker looks very similar to Google, which may be so for misleading purposes, i.e., to make users believe that they are actually using the Google search engine. This way, users tend to trust the search results and would not question the reliability of the links and third-party ads presented to them. However, this would be a big mistake since this browser hijacker may expose you to potentially unsafe third-party web content. Clicking on such unreliable content, either links or ads, can introduce you to malicious websites and even online scams by cyber criminals. We advise you to remove as soon as you can. However, this may not even be the only threat on your PC. Please read on to find out more about this malware infection and the additional risks you may have to face.test

Where does come from?

According to our malware researchers at, this browser hijacker mostly travels the web in freeware bundles. Therefore, it is quite possible that you do not even remember how or when you installed it. That is why many users think that this hijacker simply crawled onto their machines without their permission; however, most of the time it is not true. It is mostly the users who initiate these downloads. Let us tell you how in order to give you a way to avoid such attacks.

Bundles can contain a number of malware infections, as a matter of fact. This way they can pose a serious threat to your computer and your system security. Most commonly these infections are adware programs, browser hijackers, and potentially unwanted programs. Imagine letting a whole bunch of these infections onto your computer. You would be exposed to potentially harmful third-party ads and search engines every time you go surfing the web. This is tantamount to walking on a minefield. These infectious software packages are mainly promoted on suspicious websites related to file sharing, such as freeware, torrent, and pornographic sites. If you are an inexperienced computer user, you may easily click on otherwise well-known fake or questionable websites’ hyper links while performing a web search to find a free program, movie, or music to download. This is how a lot of users end up on malicious websites and click on infectious third-party ads. Instead of downloading the targeted software, though, they will download a malicious bundle. If this is in any way familiar to you, it is important that you run a malware scan on your computer after removing Leaving any threats on your system could make your PC more vulnerable for future attacks.

How does work?

This search engine is rather questionable. In fact, it does not even disclose any legal documents about itself, such as an EULA, for example. You need to know that this search engine has no benefit or use for you at all because it simply redirects all your searches to a customized Google search results page. However, do not be misled by the otherwise reputable and most popular search engine. Unfortunately, since you land on that page through this browser hijacker, there is a good chance that the results will be altered. This means that you may find third-party ads and sponsored links on the page. You will not be able to tell which ones can be trusted and which ones you should not even try to click on. The sad truth is that if you click on a corrupt ad or link, you can easily find yourself on a malicious website. If you do not want to experience more infections or even being scammed by criminals, we suggest that you delete right away. We also recommend that you stick with a reputable search engine because there are lots of unreliable ones out there that can also expose you to harmful content.

How can I remove

Reports show that this browser hijacker only seems to infect Google Chrome browsers. However, we cannot rule out the possibility that it appears in other popular browsers as well. Therefore, we have included instructions for all three major browsers. We have also added a manual guide for Chrome, if you prefer to take matters into your own hands. But it is also possible that you have had enough of these malware invasions and finally you decide to act and go for automated protection. We suggest that you use a reliable anti-malware application to eliminate all known threats and safeguard your PC. Be careful when choosing your security tool because the web is swarming with fake programs that may only cause more security issues for you.

Remove from Windows

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and select Settings.
  2. Under On Startup, select Open a specific page or set of pages.
  3. Click Set pages.
  4. Edit the home page URL and remove the unwanted search page URL.
  5. Click OK.

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and choose Internet options.
  2. Click on the General tab and press Use default or edit the home page URL.
  3. Click OK.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+T and go to Options.
  2. Click General on the left.
  3. Press Restore to Default or edit the home page URL.

Manual Guide

  1. Press Win+E to launch File Explorer.
  2. Locate %LocalAppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default folder.
  3. Either remove Preferences, Secure Preferences, and Web Data files, or open these files one by one in a text editor and replace every occurrence of the URL with (or whatever page you want as your home page).
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