What is

You may be given the impression that is a safe and reliable search engine, but the truth is that it is nothing more than a browser hijacker. Hence, it is distributed in a highly malicious manner so that it can enter your computer without your knowledge or authorization, so you should consider removing it. Its developer is unknown, and our researchers say that it is designed to replace your browser’s homepage in an effort to subject you to commercial advertisements and promotional links that you will see in its search results. It is no different from hundreds of other browser hijackers, but we still want to focus on this hijacker in particular so that you could know what you are dealing with exactly.test

What does do? is like any other browser hijacker we can think of. It comes from an unknown developer, and its main objective is to replace the homepage address of your web browser. Our researchers say that the installers it comes in have been designed to inject it into your browser secretly. Researchers say that it targets Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox in particular. If it replaces your browser’s homepage address, then you can override its change by entering a new address. However, if you do not and use it as your search engine, then rest assured that will subject you to questionable content. was created to hijack your browser’s homepage and compel you to use it as your primary search engine. Its search results are said to feature promotional links and advertisements of unknown origin. Our researchers say that these links and ads can feature malicious content that can jeopardize your computer’s security and your privacy. We assume that it can promote malicious and unreliable software that includes fake anti-virus applications, spyware, and adware, among other malware. It could also promote phishing websites that could compromise your personal privacy. Therefore, having as your browser’s homepage is not a good idea.

Another thing to note is that this browser hijacker should collect at least some anonymous information about you to tailor and personalize the advertising campaign to generate more advertising revenue because its owners get paid only if users click the links. The information collected can include but may not be limited to your IP address, browser type, operating system type, entered search queries, browsing history, approximate location, and so on. All of this information is obtained without your knowledge or consent, so you might not want to share it with the shady developers of this search engine.

Where does come from?

Research has shown that this particular hijacker does not come with dedicated browser extension. Instead, it is featured as an option that is included in shady bundled software installers. When you install a software bundle, it asks and offers you to install additional software that can also include a promoted search engine. However, some bundles hide the presence of additional content and you have to select advanced or custom installation settings to select or deselect the additional content to be installers. However, some malicious installers do not allow you to deselect or indeed know about the presence of software or search engine and install it automatically, and that seems to be the case with

How do I remove

As you can see, is one shady search engine. Its developers have made arrangements to bundle it with software installers that inject it into a browser without the user’s consent. Its search results are set to include promotional links and ads that can redirect to shady and even dangerous websites. Therefore, we recommend that you remove it from your PC as soon as possible. Getting rid of it is a simple matter of replacing your browser’s homepage address via its options menu.

Change the homepage address

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Simultaneously press Alt+T keys.
  3. Select Internet Options.
  4. Enter a new address in the home page line.
  5. Click OK.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Simultaneously press Alt+F keys.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Click Set pages and enter a new address.
  5. Click OK.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Simultaneously press Alt+T.
  3. Click Options and select General.
  4. In the Home Page box, enter a new address.
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