The domain is designed to appear as a viable alternative to Bing and Google, but good search results do not boost its reputation. The domain is not trusted because it is associated with a browser hijacker that may lead users to unsafe sites and welcome them to install harmful software. Its analysis showed that is hosted on the IP address that is related to several cyber threats including Hidrag and Sality. The browser hijacker related to may be distributed to users by incorporating it with free software such as LyricalParty and MedPlayerNewVersion. Computer users that like to use free software need to be mindful of browser hijackers that may be used to compromise their security. Security analysts note that the browser hijacker might be used to record your Internet history and read data like your bookmarks and download log. The browser hijacker may use that type of data to generate tailor-suited ads and show pop-up windows that have embedded timer.

PC users that are shown messages from may be invited to download and run files like setup.exe, update.exe, and newversion.exe that do not include a digital signature and may be executed automatically. As stated above, is not trusted, and you should delete unknown files coming from The portal may look like a search engine, but it is a redirect-gateway to sponsored pages that use the user's input to determine what type of results should be generated. In most cases, the browser hijacker is found to direct users to pages about home care facilities, online stores, and potentially unwanted software. The browser hijacker can decrease your browser productivity significantly. Your PC might be used to earn-pay-per-click revenue for the team operating Fortunately, there is something you can do to repair your PC. You should consider installing a reliable anti-spyware application that is designed to battle unwanted software from

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