How to remove browser hijacker from Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer is another browser hijacker developed by cyber criminals to generate web traffic. The owner of this hijacker is the private company based in Asia. The company positions itself as a global leader in search engine marketing and web traffic generation. From this statement we can clearly see that the developers are working with web traffic and where do they get it? Right, by infecting users and redirecting them to sponsored websites. is a very underestimated threat. It is technically not a virus, therefore will not be detected as a threat by most of the modern antivirus software. However, it is not the reason to underestimate it, because is able to change system configurations, change your HOST file and force user to be redirected even when he manually types the familiar URL address. But it’s not the main dangerous feature that has. The most dangerous are those redirects, because you never know where you will land. Users can be redirected to some phishing websites, fake online stores or even some pages that will provide fake pop-up alerts stating that your computer is infected or you need to download some update for Java or Flash Player. Mostly, after a short period of time while using users’ computers becoming infected with all kind of malware and owners being involved into identity theft and credit card fraud crimes. If you don’t want to be among those who were involved in troubles, we strongly recommend to remove as soon as possible.

The most common way of infection with is the installation of freeware programs. Most of the times, hijacker developers are cooperating with freeware developers and bundling malware into the installer. During the installation most of the users don’t read EULA neither choose advanced installation and end up with malware installed along with the freeware. Also, can be distributed through spam email attachments or simply installed by another adware that is already installed on your computer. After the installation will start performing its malicious activities and system modifications. User’s personal data and privacy is at dangerous as the program will collect it and transfer to the third parties. is not a virus, but it is even more dangerous, so you should not ignore this threat and remove it ASAP.

To get rid of hijack we have developed a comprehensive manual removal guide. It is very intuitive and allows you to perform step-by-step removal of redirect virus. Simply follow the guide and perform all of the steps carefully and in the correct order. After removing we recommend to download automatic removal tool and scan your computer to check for other malware. The program will let you to scan your system and remove all of the adware, malware and spyware detected. Removal Instruction

Automatic Removal for

Symptoms of infection on your computer can be: computer crashes, unusual homepage or search engine on your browser, unwanted pop-up ads and advertising banners. We recommend to download our automatic removal tool. This removal tool has been tested for threat removal and it is easy to use.

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Manual Removal Instruction for

Step 1
Windows XP / Vista / 7
  • Click on the Start button in the left lower corner and select → Control Panel. After that find the Programs and Features (if you are running Windows XP , then click on Add/Remove Programs). remove from Windows - step 1.1
Windows 8/8.1/10
  • If you are running Windows 8 or Windows 10 operating system , then right-click on the Start which is in the lower left corner of the screen. After that select Control Panel and go to Programs/Uninstall a Program. remove from Windows - step 1.2
Uninstall and related programs
  • In the list of installed programs find the or any other recently installed suspicious programs.
  • Click on them to select and then click on Uninstall button to remove them. remove from Windows - step 1.3
Step 2
  • Step 3
Remove suspicious add-ons
  • Open Internet Explorer, click on the Gear icon (IE menu) on the upper right corner of the browser and select Manage Add-ons.
    Remove from Internet Explorer - Step 2.1
  • You will see a Manage Add-ons window. Now, find the and other suspicious add-ons. Disable them by right clicking and selecting Disable:
    Remove from Internet Explorer - Step 2.2
How to change your homepage if it was modified by browser hijacker:
  • Click on the gear icon (menu) on the upper right corner of the browser and select Internet Options.
  • On General tab remove unwanted URL and enter your desired domain name such as Click Apply to save changes.
    Remove from Internet Explorer - Step 2.3
Resetting Internet Explorer browser
  • Click on the gear icon (menu) again and chose Internet options. Go to Advanced tab.
  • Now click on Reset button, the new window should appear. Select the Delete Personal settings option and click on Reset button again. Now you have deteled completely.
  • Remove from Internet Explorer - Step 2.4
Remove suspicious extensions
  • Open Mozilla Firefox, click on the menu icon which is located in the top right corner. Now select Add-ons and go to Extensions.
  • Remove from Mozilla Firefox - Step 2.1
  • Now you can see the list of extensions installed within Mozilla Firefox, simply select and other suspicious extensions and click on remove button to delete them.
  • Remove from Mozilla Firefox - Step 2.2
Resetting Mozilla Firefox
  • Click on the Firefox menu icon which is on the upper left corner of the browser and click on the question mark. Now, choose Troubleshooting Information option.
  • Remove from Mozilla Firefox - Step 2.3
  • New windows will pop-up where you can see Refresh Firefox to its default state message and Refresh Firefox button. Click this button to remove completely.
  • Remove from Mozilla Firefox - Step 2.4
Remove suspicious extensions
  • Open Google Chrome, click on the menu icon in the upper right corner and select More Tools and then select Extensions.
  • Remove from Google Chrome - Step 2.1
  • Now, find the and other unwanted extensions and click on trash icon to delete them completely.
  • Remove from Google Chrome - Step 2.2
  • Click on menu icon once again and select Settings and then Manage Search engines it will be right under the Search section.
  • Remove from Google Chrome - Step 2.3
  • Now you will see all of the Search Engines installed in your browser. Remove any suspicious search engines. We advise you to leave only Google or your preferred domain name.
  • Remove from Google Chrome - Step 2.4
Resetting Google Chrome
  • Click on menu icon which is on the top right corner of your Google Chrome browser. Now select Settings. Click Show Advanced Settings...
  • Scroll down to the end of the page and find there Reset settings and click on it.
  • Remove from Google Chrome - Step 2.5
  • New window will pop-up where you click on Reset button to confirm the action and remove completely.
  • Remove from Google Chrome - Step 2.6
Step 3

After performing all of the steps above you should have all of your web browsers clean of the MYHOMEPAGE-7.INFO and other suspicious add-ons and extensions. However to complete the removal procedure we strongly advise to scan your computer with antivirus and anti-malware tools like SpyHunter, HitmanPro 32-bit, HitmanPro 64-bit or Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Those programs might help to you find registry entries of malware and remove them safely.

Information added: 02/04/2016 10:02 PM;