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The apps of the browser hijacker category are widely-known for being highly irritating and invasive but what many users get wrong about them is that they aren’t really as dangerous or as malicious as they may seem. A hijacker is basically a piece of software that functions very similarly to an add-on for a popular browser like Chrome or Firefox or Edge (or some other one). The main difference between hijackers and most regular browser extensions, however, is that the former, unlike the latter, would typically flood the user’s browser with various page-redirects and ads and would also introduce some unwanted and unauthorized modifications to the browser’s components and settings. Some of the things you can expect a hijacker to alter in your browser are the browser’s starting page address, new-tab page address, the default search engine, the toolbar buttons (or the whole toolbar) and so on and so forth. All in all, if you have an app of this category integrated with your browser, you can expect various inconveniences and annoying activities in your browser that will likely obstruct and negatively affect your ability to surf the Internet in peace.

As we already mentioned, however, this isn’t some scary Ransomware or Trojan Horse that you are dealing with – it is an ad-oriented application and its creators won’t really benefit from causing any damage to your system or from messing with your data. Still, though relatively harmless, hijackers have this ability of being highly invasive and irritating pieces of software while, at the same time, offering little to no value to the user. Therefore, our suggestion for you in case you have such an app integrated with your browser would be to clear the browser and get rid of the intrusive software. In the next lines, we will explain how you can remove the newly reported hijacker app which is also likely the reason you’ve come to this page in the first place.

Security tips to keep your computer safe

We understand that you may get the urge to click on some of the ads displayed by while the nagging app is still active on your computer be it because a certain advert has drawn your attention or because you simply want to close the invasive commercial messages. You should, however, bear in mind that not all of the advertisements you see on the Internet are safe to interact with and this may also apply to the ones spammed by It is, therefore, better to stay away from them if you care about your computer’s security. After all, misleading advertisements and online notifications are a favourite tool for hackers who seek to spread insidious malware like Ransomware, Trojans, Rootkits and so on. Now, itself isn’t specifically intended to display such ads on your screen but there is still a real possibility of this happening which is why uninstalling the invasive app and removing all of its browser components is the advisable course of action.


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Search Marquis is a high-profile hijacker – you might want to see if you’re not infected with it as well.

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Brandon Skies

Brandon is a researcher and content creator in the fields of cyber-security and virtual privacy. Years of experience enable him to provide readers with important information and adequate solutions for the latest software and malware problems.

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