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The article will help you to remove totally. Follow the browser hijacker removal instructions provided at the bottom of this article.

The Web address serves as a search engine and a browser hijacker redirect. You could get redirected to pages with heaps of advertisements and see sponsored results that go via this browser hijacker. The FastEmailAccess hijacker redirect will change the main page, new tab, and search engine for every browser software that you have put on your computer machine.

Threat Summary
TypeBrowser Hijacker, PUP
Short DescriptionEvery browser application on your computer could get affected. The hijacker can redirect you and show you a lot of advertisements.
SymptomsBrowser settings that get changed are the start page, search engine and the new tab page. Various advertisements could show up, unrelated to your searches.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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User ExperienceJoin Our Forum to Discuss – Ways of Distribution could be distributed with various ways, the most effective of which is via third-party installation setups. Such installers usually come from bundled applications and freeware that is packed with additional features, set to be installed with some other software. The unpacking of anything additive could happen without prior notifications. You could have installed a video converter or some other free program and got your browser settings altered from this hijacker. Preventing unwanted programs from affecting your computer device is possible if you find Advanced or Custom settings. From there you could deselect additional features and software from being added. could be distributed with other methods, like add-ons or extensions added to your browser. Other delivery methods may include its main domain page seen in the beginning of this article, advertisements, such as banners, pop-ups, pop-unders and redirect links. Sponsored adverts, including targeted content on suspicious websites could also deliver the hijacker. These websites could also be affiliated with the services and website. Browsers which could get affected are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari. – More Information

The Web address is the main domain for a browser hijacker which bears the same name. You will get redirected when you are utilizing its services, if you click on links connected to them, and from advertisements and pages hosted by that search engine creators. The main page can be seen from the screenshot displayed down here:

The browser hijacker could redirect you if you if you interact with links, advertising content and other forms of sponsored results pushed on its search results page. In case you are actually using that search engine to browse the Internet, know that you will definitely be redirected because of it to various online places.

Be aware of the fact that each search query that you make on its pages will be sending various data to servers related to the FastEmailAccess hijacker and services. The above and bottom images display pages that will replace the homepage, new tab and default search engine for every browser that you have installed on your computer machine.

The screenshot that is shown underneath the paragraph shows what is one of the results when you try to make a search query through the search bar. It could redirect you to another search page which is related to the hijacker or to a search engine that looks like or is Yahoo. Every search query in the search results will get filtered and sent to servers associated with the malware developers. Thus, everything that you provide as information will be gathered by the browser hijacker.

In case another search engine loads rather than the Yahoo one, the website could load more advertisements and redirects that could place browser cookies on your computer system, and they could track your online habits. Tracking technologies of another sort could also be active. Be careful with what information you provide on such search pages, especially on ones, associated with Refrain from clicking on suspicious advertisements, or on any links that are displayed by this service. – Privacy Policy

You can access the Privacy Policy page of the site by clicking on the footer link of its main and search pages. The Policy reveals in extent about the data collection done by this browser hijacker. Below, you can see exactly what information can be obtained from you when you are using any of the FastEmailAccess service.

You can preview the Privacy Policy in the below screenshot:

The following information can be collected from you, according to the Policy:

Anonymous Information:

  • Browser type
  • Ad clicks and ad-related data
  • Operating System Type
  • Your Internet protocol (IP) address
  • Geographic Location
  • Domain name of Internet Service Provider (ISP)
  • Your search queries on sites and search engines you use
  • URLs, websites that you visit or visited

Personally Identifiable Information:

  • Your name
  • Email address
  • Mailing (physical) address
  • URLs that you visit
  • Browser home page data (with personal details)
  • Search data (Search queries and search activity online)

Cookies connected to the browser hijacking site and services of are also dropped by them to acquire more information related to your internet activity and habits. The service collect even more data with which you could be identified. All the gathered data is stored and shared and possibly sold to other third parties connected to the services of the browser hijacker.

In conclusion, you should be wary of what information you give out to search engines and websites. In case you do not like the idea of any information to be acquired about you by this browser hijacker or its services, you should consider removing it.

Remove Totally

To remove manually from your computer, follow the step-by-step removal instructions provided below. In case the manual removal does not get rid of the hijacker redirect and its files completely, you should search for and remove any leftovers with an advanced anti-malware tool. Such a program can keep your computer safe in the future.


Berta Bilbao

Berta is a dedicated malware researcher, dreaming for a more secure cyber space. Her fascination with IT security began a few years ago when a malware locked her out of her own computer.

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