Description is a fake search site that provides results related to its affiliates and sponsored content rather than to content that’s related to your search terms. While not categorized as an infection vector or distributor of attacks against visiting PCs, does have a history steeped in indirect benefits from the attacks of browser hijackers that may configure your browser to load without your permission. hijackers may be installed along with several other PC threats that may be capable of harming your PC in other ways. Appropriate anti-malware software continues to be the most direct way of removing hijackers and related PC threats that try to prevent themselves from being deleted by any normal method.

When the Search Results You Don’t Want are Your Only Choice is designed to look like a basic search engine website, but search results provided by usually are irrelevant and redirect visitors to other sites that aren’t related to the queries involved. Malware experts haven’t verified cases of’s search results being used to distribute harmful software or launch other kinds of attacks, but all of the standard precautions about safe Web-browsing practices should continue to be applied when browsing – or any other site with a less than stellar reputation.

Visiting, alone, isn’t much of a cause for panicking about your PC’s safety, but also has the unfortunate distinction of being one of many sites to be promoted by browser hijackers.

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Browser-hijacking attacks may take many formats, including homepage hijacks or redirects from other sites. The format malware experts have found most common for an hijack is a search engine redirect that triggers after you’ve tried to access a search result from other search engines like Google.

This kind of non-consensual determination of what sites are loaded by your browser always is a security issue, and malware research team warns that the latest hijackers have been confirmed still to be in distribution as of September 2013.

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Although a quick visit to isn’t likely to result in your PC imploding on itself, malware researchers see no reason to treat unwanted redirects to from other search sites as anything other than a security issue that should be attended to promptly. General anti-malware protection is your best bet both for blocking infections related to hijacks and for removing hijackers.

Along with all of the usual anti-malware security, you also may find it helpful to block potential infection vectors for an hijacker (sometimes casually called an virus) with other options available through your browser. Disabling Java, blocking pop-ups and minimizing your contact with suspicious download sources all are easy ways to keep an hijacker from telling you what you should use to search the Web. Automatic Detection Tool (Recommended)

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Posted: September 20, 2013 | By
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