How to Remove (Chrome/Edge/Firefox) | Updated


I wrote this article to help you remove This removal guide works for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. is bad news. It`s an adware infection. Actually, it is the page which indicates the presence of the adware on your machine, not the infection itself. The adware has already managed to sneak on board and it is now forcing the site on you. Take it as a huge, neon warning sign. Adware pests may not be the most dangerous type of infections but they don’t make for pleasant tenants. The longer the parasite stays, the more issues it is going to cause.

What starts off as browsing intrusions may quickly evolve in a huge security risk. Do not underestimate the threat this adware poses. Don’t be gullible enough to think that it is harmless. There is no such thing as an innocuous cyber virus. They are all dangerous. Some more and others and you are kind of lucky to be stuck with an adware which is relatively easy to tackle and not with a ransomware or a Trojan which are the most destructive infections out there. As soon as you spot the site, start looking for the infection before your situation worsens. The sooner you get rid of the adware, the better.

Once it lands on board, your browsing experience changes. You are not the one in charge anymore. All of your browsers receive a new pesky plugin by the adware and are now injected with ads. Numerous advertisements cover each page that you visit. And they come in all shapes and forms. Coupons, deals, offers, pop-ups, video ads, best prices, in texts, pop-unders, and pretty much whatever else you can think of. Aside from that, you are constantly redirected to the site. It becomes your online shadow. It greets you when you open your browser, it appears among the search results, it appears when you open a new tab. It is everywhere. And it is not alone.

The Virus

Because of the adware, you are forced to visit many shady pages which you would never load otherwise. And all of this is dangerous. Let`s take the ads as an example. They are sponsored and crooks use them to generate web traffic and gain pay-per-click revenue. At your expense. Each time you click, they make money and you risk downloading more malware on board. The same goes for the pages you are forced to visit. A single wrong click and you invite more pests.

As long as the adware remains on board your web surfing is neither safe nor pleasant. You cannot find what you are looking for. The intrusions are wrecking your nerves. And you are always a single click away from more parasites. Not to mention that the adware also jeopardizes your privacy by spying on you and using the information to generate commercials which will spark your interest so you are tempted to click. Delete it now. It brings you nothing but unpleasantries. Use our removal guide below and get rid of it for good.

But how did it enter in the first place? You will be surprised how many different tricks an adware (and other infections) can use to enter undetected. Number one method is freeware bundles. Be extra careful with those unless you want to install an infection as a bonus. Always read the Term and Conditions and opt for the Custom settings during the installation process. Don’t choose speed over safety. Be aware what you are agreeing to or you are going to be duped.

Also, stay clear from shady pages, questionable ads, unverified download sources, etc. There are plenty of reliable ones to use. And last but not least, an adware can pretend to be a program update or it can hitch a ride with a spam email message. As you can see, all is up to you and whether or not you are careless. Don’t be. Hackers rely on that. Without your negligence, none of their tactics would work. Uninstall

STEP-1 Before starting the real removal process, you must reboot in Safe Mode. If you are familiar with this task, skip the instructions below and proceed to Step 2. If you do not know how to do it, here is how to reboot in Safe mode:

For Windows 98, XP, Millenium and 7:
Reboot your computer. When the first screen of information appears, start repeatedly pressing F8 key. Then choose Safe Mode With Networking from the options.
Safe Mode with Networking
For Windows 8/8.1
Click the Start button, next click Control Panel —> System and Security —> Administrative Tools —> System Configuration.‌
Windows 8 Safe Mode with Network
Check the Safe Boot option and click OK. Click Restart when asked.
For Windows 10
Open the Start menu and click or tap on the Power button.
win10 safemode 1
While keeping the Shift key pressed, click or tap on Restart.
win10 safemode 2

STEP-2Here are the steps you must follow to permanently remove from the browser:

Remove From Mozilla Firefox:

Open Firefox, click on top-right corner , click Add-ons, hit Extensions next.
firefox extensions
Look for suspicious or unknown extensions, remove them all.

Remove From Chrome:

Open Chrome, click chrome menu icon at the top-right corner —>More Tools —> Extensions. There, identify the malware and select chrome-trash-icon(Remove).
chrome extensions

Remove From Internet Explorer:
Open IE, then click IE gear icon on the top-right corner —> Manage Add-ons.
ie gear
Find the malicious add-on. Remove it by pressing Disable.


Right click on the browser’s shortcut, then click Properties. Remove everything after the .exe” in the Target box.

ff shortcut


Open Control Panel by holding the Win Key and R together. Write appwiz.cpl in the field, then click OK.


Here, find any program you had no intention to install and uninstall it.


Run the Task Manager by right clicking on the Taskbar and choosing Start Task Manager.

task manager

Look carefully at the file names and descriptions of the running processes. If you find any suspicious one, search on Google for its name, or contact me directly to identify it. If you find a malware process, right-click on it and choose End task.


Open MS Config by holding the Win Key and R together. Type msconfig and hit Enter.


Go in the Startup tab and Uncheck entries that have “Unknown” as Manufacturer.

Still can not remove from your browser? Please, leave a comment below, describing what steps you performed. I will answer promptly.

Daniel Stoyanov
Daniel Stoyanov has a Master's degree in Computer Science from the Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria. He is also a Microsoft Certified Professional. Daniel provides top cyber security news with in-depth coverage of malware, vulnerabilities, PC and Network security, online safety.If you have any questions feel free to ask him right now.


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