Web surfers that use Google Chrome and Opera may be familiar with the Speed Dial functionality of both browsers that allows users to open bookmarked pages and visited sites with one click. The design of is tailored to resemble the Speed Dial of Opera and Google Chrome and fool users into thinking that their browser is working properly. In reality, the site is associated with a browser hijacker that may be used to collect search terms, redirect users to a custom version of Google and claim pay-per-click revenue. If you load in your browser, then you might be infected with a browser hijacker. Computer users may install browser hijacking software via freeware bundles by choosing the 'Express' or 'Typical' option during the installation procedure. The browser hijacker may travel with programs like SupTab and ProShopper. Security experts note that the links on to social media services like Twitter and Facebook may lead to phishing pages.

The browser hijacker may use tracking cookies and record your recently visited pages to show recommended offers from merchants. As stated before, the browser hijacker may redirect users to a custom build of Google and users may not be protected with HTTPS encryption. Moreover, the results provided by may not have been filtered by Google Safe Browsing, and you may load insecure pages. The browser hijacker may edit your DNS settings and obstruct your access to third-party engines like Bing, Yahoo and DuckDuckGo. Also, the browser hijacker might track what purchases you make on Amazon to show related advertisements via pop-up and pop-under windows. Browser hijacking software is a family of programs that are not classified as harmful but may limit your Internet accessibility and slow down your PC. You should not tolerate the browser hijacker linked to and use a reliable anti-malware tool to remove it.

Technical Information

Registry Details creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Regexp file mask
Registry key
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage\
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage\
SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\LowRegistry\DOMStorage\
SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\LowRegistry\DOMStorage\
%PROGRAMFILES%\Mozilla Firefox\browser\features\
%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\Mozilla Firefox\browser\features\
File name without path

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