What is

If you launch your browser and you are greeted by, there is a great chance that your browser was hijacked. This suspicious search tool might appear not only on the homepage of Firefox, Chrome, or Internet Explorer browser but also hijack the default search provider. The hijacker takes over the browser in a way that you would use a search engine introduced by ClientConnect Ltd. This company stands behind,, and many other suspicious search providers as well. Although the interfaces of these “search tools” are very convincing, malware experts warn that these tools cannot be trusted. As a matter of fact, we recommend removing them, and you can learn why that is so by reading this report. Keep in mind that this report was specifically designed to help users understand and delete If you are dealing with other hijackers, refer to articles that were created after analyzing them.test

How does work? might be spread via software bundles. There are two things we need to discuss here. First of all, the installers carrying this browser hijacker might present misleading information, due to which you might choose to install it yourself. That does not mean that the search tool is harmless. Even if it was installed with your permission, you have the right to identify it as a browser hijacker if it was promoted in a misleading manner. The second thing we need to discuss is third-party malware. We do not refuse the possibility that will be distributed on its own, but there is a high possibility that it will be spread by malicious installers along with malware. Since there is huge possibility that malware could be spread along with the hijacker, you should scan your operating system with a legitimate and trusted malware scanner as soon as you can. Do not panic if multiple threats are discovered because you should be able to remove them successfully. Obviously, if you have already decided that you want to clean your operating system manually, you must scan your PC to figure out which threats you need to delete first. If other threats are not detected, focus on the hijacker.

When takes over the homepage, you can see the “Results by Bing” tag at the top, which should warn you that the results shown will be produced via the Bing search engine. As mentioned before, the interface of this search tool does not look suspicious at all, but the truth is that this search tool is no search tool at all. As you enter keywords into the “Search the Web” box, you are redirected to, where the results might be modified. That suggests that the hijacker is a redirector that can reroute you to a third-party site without your permission. Do you think that is normal? Of course, it is not, and that is a good reason to remove from your web browser. Another good reason to get rid of this hijacker is its freedom to collect personally identifiable information. Although the privacy policy statement indicates that this information could be collected by accident when recording other kinds of data, that is still very worrying.

How to delete is a strange, suspicious browser hijacker, and we suggest deleting it. If you enjoy Bing Search services, you can easily replace the hijacker’s URL with the URL of this legitimate search engine, which you can do using the guide below. This guide was created keeping in mind the browsers that are targeted by the hijacker. If a different browser on your computer was infected by the threat, you can post a comment below requesting an additional removal guide. Also, note that you can trust an automated malware remover to clean your operating system, which is exceptionally useful if a malware scanner detects a bunch of threats running at the same time. If you need any help eliminating these threats from your operating system, you can always contact us by posting a comment down below.

Removal Instructions

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Launch Firefox, tap Alt+T, and choose Options.
  2. In the General menu replace the hijacker’s URL in Home Page.
  3. In the Search menu Remove the hijacker’s entry.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Launch IE, tap Alt+T keys, and select Internet options.
  2. Click the General tab and replace the hijacker’s URL in the Home Page.
  3. Click OK and then tap Alt+T again.
  4. This time select Manage Add-ons and move to Search Providers.
  5. Remove the hijacker after selecting the desired search provider. Click Close.

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch Chrome, tap Alt+F, and choose Settings.
  2. Under On Startup mark Open a specific page or set of pages.
  3. Click Set pages and replace the hijacker’s URL. Click OK.
  4. Under Search click Manage search engines.
  5. Click X on the URL of the hijacker after selecting the desired provider. Click Done.
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