Search Engage

Search Engage Description

Unwanted Web browser add-ons may force computer users to visit Search Engage repeatedly. This is a low-quality search engine that may be designed to profit from computer users by exposing them to advertisements and affiliate marketing links. Search Engage is linked to an adware component that is installed as a Web browser extension. Once installed, these adware components may make unwanted changes to the affected Web browser, forcing the computer user to visit Search Engage repeatedly and displaying numerous pop-up windows and new tabs. There are numerous ways in which adware linked to Search Engage may be distributed. Many cases have been linked to unwanted downloads that may be bundled with other software installed on the affected computer. To stop Search Engage redirects and pop-ups, PC security researchers recommend that computer users remove this adware component from their Web browser with the help of a reliable security program that is fully updated. Once the Search Engage adware component is removed, the pop-ups and redirects should stop at once.

Common Problems that may be Linked to Search Engage and Its Related Adware Components

Although not considered threatening, adware like Search Engage may be connected to various online tactics. The purpose of these tactics is to convince computer users to click on online advertisements and affiliate marketing links to profit at their expense. Web browsers affected by Search Engage may become very difficult to use effectively. Here are some annoying symptoms that may be associated with Search Engage:

  1. Search Engage may cause performance problems on the user's computer. Affected Web browsers may become very slow and take very long to load websites. Search Engage may use system resources and available bandwidth and interfere with how the affected computer connects to the Internet. Performance problems may not be restricted to the Web browser itself; computers affected by Search Engage may become slower than normal and freeze or crash without any warning.
  2. Many of the sponsored search results and links delivered by Search Engage may be related to known online tactics that may pose a serious safety threat to computer users. Some of the advertisements that may be linked to Search Engage may include bogus technical support firms, bogus security software, fake surveys and lotteries, and shady websites that will try to convince computer users to download threats or PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs). PC security researchers urge computer users to ignore all information in pop-ups or search results associated with Search Engage. They also should avoid clicking on links delivered in the Search Engage's fake search results. While Search Engage is not considered threatening, much of the content Search Engage display may result in direct threats to the user's computer.
  3. Search Engage may cause the affected Web browser to behave in ways that may become very irritating, making it difficult to use the affected Web browser as normal Some of these issues may include irritating pop-up advertisements, numerous notifications and fake error messages. Search Engage also may cause the affected Web browser to visit its associated Web pages without warning, changing its default settings and preventing the computer user from using the affected Web browser normally.

How Search Engage may be Installed on a Computer Automatically

The most common way in which Search Engage may be installed is by bundling it with other software. The creators of Search Engage and other similar components may bundle them with free software distributed online. In many cases, they may take a reliable program that is popular (such as VLC video player or uTorrent) and bundle it with Search Engage or similar components using a third party installer or download manager

Infected with Search Engage? Scan Your PC for Free

Download SpyHunter's Spyware Scanner
to Detect Search Engage
* SpyHunter's free version is only for malware detection. If SpyHunter detects malware on your PC, you will need to purchase SpyHunter's malware removal tool to remove the malware threats. Read more on SpyHunter. If you no longer wish to have SpyHunter installed on your computer, follow these steps to uninstall SpyHunter.

Security Doesn't Let You Download SpyHunter or Access the Internet?


Solutions: Your computer may have malware hiding in memory that prevents any program, including SpyHunter, from executing on your computer. Follow to download SpyHunter and gain access to the Internet:
  • Use an alternative browser. Malware may disable your browser. If you're using IE, for example, and having problems downloading SpyHunter, you should open Firefox, Chrome or Safari browser instead.
  • Use a removable media. Download SpyHunter on another clean computer, burn it to a USB flash drive, DVD/CD, or any preferred removable media, then install it on your infected computer and run SpyHunter's malware scanner.
  • Start Windows in Safe Mode. If you can not access your Window's desktop, reboot your computer in "Safe Mode with Networking" and install SpyHunter in Safe Mode.
  • IE Users: Disable proxy server for Internet Explorer to browse the web with Internet Explorer or update your anti-spyware program. Malware modifies your Windows settings to use a proxy server to prevent you from browsing the web with IE.

If you still can't install SpyHunter? View other possible causes of installation issues.

Site Disclaimer

Leave a Reply

Please DO NOT use this comment system for support or billing questions. For SpyHunter technical support requests, please contact our technical support team directly by opening a customer support ticket via your SpyHunter. For billing issues, please refer to our "Billing Questions or Problems?" page. For general inquiries (complaints, legal, press, marketing, copyright), visit our "Inquiries and Feedback" page.

IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple math.
Please leave these two fields as is:
What is 11 + 14 ?