Browser Redirect: How to avoid and remove

Jan 5, 2021 1:26 PM ET

iCrowdNewswire   Jan 5, 2021  8:26 AM ET

Who doesn’t crave for a more performant browsing experience? Myluckysurfing.com relies on those users that have a taste for improvement, but don’t afford enough time for researching. That means: the adware redirect claims to be both safe and useful, tailored as a perfectly functional high-end search engine. Thus, whoever likes to experience a new dimension of progress got caught in the trap since this site isn’t legitimate. Actually, it’s a browser hijacker that is ready to modify its options anytime just to be able to redirect you to unknown sites and track your Internet activity. All done to gain profit to the detriment of the PC owners.

This potentially unwanted program will come up with some download rogue set-ups that will target all well-known browsers, such as Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The new tab URL and default start-up page will look differently; the way they behave will be even more disturbing. After altering its settings without any consent, it will interfere with the search results that often will have nothing in common with the real queries commanded by the user. Thus, they will mislead to sponsored ads and untrustworthy web hosts. The main point about this type of PUPs is their tendency to destroy the whole machine performance due to the unreasonable amount of ads that will overwhelm the system.


You can expect that this unpleasing adware will back itself up, as many other illegal programs, through plug-ins that work as help when you will try to change something in your browser settings. Briefly, it will lead to the impossibility to get the browser in its ante-hijacking state. The whole browser redirect activity ends up with the browser crash. Once infected, your PC isn’t entitled anymore to store your personal data in safety and privacy – the misuse is a question of time.

By allowing the adware to operate in your system, you risk everything: your own privacy and the computer itself. Remember that this adware is a “friend” of some other potentially unwanted softs, so they can sneak in the PC with the help of this intruder. If interested in prophylaxis, stay away from free downloads, monitor closely each install you perform and adjust their Advanced settings by going deep in detail: never rush, just read everything displayed, untick the attachments (among which this adware can be hidden) and ignore the spam email, deleting it without opening.


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