What is is a questionable search engine that may not even appear in your address bar when you search the web in your browsers because it redirects to Yahoo. As a matter of fact, our malware specialists at say that this is yet another annoying browser hijacker that can modify your homepage and default search provider settings in your Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. This malware infection may not be functioning right now but you should know that it is capable of showing you manipulated search results that can contain unreliable third-party ads and links. If you find this hijacker in your browsers, chances are there are a couple of more malware infections hiding on your system, too. This is why we recommend that you do not waste more time and remove from your computer as soon as you can.

Where does come from?

When it comes to browser hijackers and distribution methods, there are always a couple of ways in which you can infect your PC. It is possible, for instance, that there is an adware program on your system or a browser hijacker. These can display unreliable content, such as third-party ads (banner and pop-up) and links. If you click on such content, you can directly install this hijacker or worse, you could drop a package of malicious programs on board. In fact, this is how most unsuspecting computer users let a number of threats onto their machine in one go. And, this is why it is essential to make sure that there are no malicious or potentially harmful programs on board at all. This time, you can start the cleaning by deleting

You can also be exposed to questionable third-party ads and content when you visit suspicious websites generally associated with file sharing, online gambling, gaming, and pornography. As you may have noticed, these sites are filled with flashy and annoying third-party ads, including banners and pop-ups. However, what you may not know is that some of the third-party contents on these pages are practically invisible or disguised. Therefore, it is even easier for you to click on unwanted content that could result in your downloading a bundle of malicious software installers. Such a bundle may contain adware programs, browser hijackers, fake alerts, Trojans, and potentially unwanted programs as well. Infecting your computer with a pack like this could make it a lot more vulnerable to cyber attacks and you would also become more exposed to malicious content while browsing the web. Thus, we suggest that after you delete from your browsers, you find a reliable online malware scanner and identify all of the potential threat sources on your system to see more clearly.

How does work?

This malware infection is indeed a browser extension that we have not been able to identify yet. To be quite frank, we have found that this browser hijacker does not function right now. This could be a temporary shutdown but we cannot confirm this. It seems that instead of being redirected to the usual Yahoo search results page, you find yourself on, which is a webpage under development. If this hijacker gets back online, it uses to redirect your queries to an altered Yahoo search results page. This page is altered to include promoted third-party ads and links. In other words, this is how this tool can make money for its creators, i.e., through driving web traffic to affiliated websites. However, it is possible that not all of these third parties are to be trusted. What if cyber criminals promote their malicious pages through this search engine? You may click on ads or links that could take you to fake or malicious websites that may try to get hold of your personal and banking details to steal money from you or commit further online crimes in your name. If you are lucky, you will only drop a few more threats onto your system. In any case, we believe that you should remove if you want to use a secure computer.

How can I delete

Hopefully, by now you understand why it is better for you to remove So here is what you can do to get rid of this unknown extension. We suggest that you reset all your browsers to make sure that no browser-related infections remain on board. Please follow our guide below if you want to manually take down this hijacker. Remember that this threat source could only be the tip of the iceberg and even more serious malware infections might be hiding on your system. If you do not tackle all potential threats in one go, you could bring more trouble into your virtual world. Therefore, we recommend that you install a reliable malware removal tool, such as SpyHunter. This security software can automatically detect and eliminate all kinds of known malware infections. What could be more effective than that?

Remove from your browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Click Show advanced settings at the bottom.
  3. Click Reset settings at the bottom.
  4. Press Reset in the pop-up.

Mozilla Firefox

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

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and navigate to Internet Options.
  2. Choose the Advanced tab and press the Reset button.
  3. Select the Delete personal settings checkbox.
  4. Press Reset and click Close. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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