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Search.dailybibleverses.co is a browser redirect that can interrupt your regular browsing activity. It acts like a typical browser hijacker and can compromise popular browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari. Christian online users appear to be the primary focus of Search.dailybibleverses.co redirect which does not exclude its distribution to other users as well. While using its services, you can find lots of adverts and sponsored content that go through this hijacker. Furthermore, the start page, new tab, and search settings for the browser can be changed.

This article aims to help you get rid of Search.dailybibleverses.co browser hijacker and restore your PC back to a clean state.

Threat Summary

NameSearch.dailybibleverses.co
TypeBrowser Hijacker, PUP
Short DescriptionEvery browser application which is on your computer will get affected. The hijacker can redirect you and show you lots of advertisements.
SymptomsBrowser settings that get changed are the start page, search engine and the new tab page.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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Search.dailybibleverses.co – In-Depth Overview

One of the main Search.dailybibleverses.co goals is to change essential settings on the compromised web browsers. Commonly changes concern the default search engine, new tabs page and the home page. The browser hijacker can redirect them all to its homepage without asking you for any permission.

The central theme of Search.dailybibleverses.co homepage is Christianity. It offers several shortcuts to Amazon, Gmail, Yahoo and four websites that publish Bible-focused news, articles, interviews, and insights. Furthermore, the hijacker is designed to present different verse of the day generated by DailyVerses(.)net.

Search.dailybibleverses(.)co browser redirect home page New Tab Search

It appears that Search.dailybibleverses.co search engine presents results from another search engine, and all entered searches are redirected to the Yahoo search. Unlike Dailybibleverses, Yahoo is proved to be a secure search engine that is used by millions of online users around the world. But isn’t it better to search directly through it without any annoying redirects?

Search.dailybibleverses.co – Privacy Policy

After reviewing the Privacy Policy of Polarity Technologies Ltd – the company creator and distributor of Search.dailybibleverses.co, we found that the list of collected information is kinda long:

  • The URLs and websites that you visit and have visited
  • Your browser’s home page
  • Your search queries
  • Your search queries on the web pages you visit
  • Type of browser you are using
  • Your operating system type
  • Your Internet protocol (IP) address
  • Your geographic location
  • The domain name of your Internet service provider (ISP)
  • Diagnostic information which describes how their Services are operating on your system

This information may be shared with third-party applications that are likely to flood your browser with targeted advertisements of all kind pop-ups, banners, videos, links, etc. Thus you may begin to experience a lot of browser crashes and slowed PC performance. Additional malware impacts may be observed at worst.

Below you can see a statement from Search.dailybibleverses.co’s Privacy Policy that stands out at most at first glance, as it is announced in capital letters:

BY USING THE SERVICES, YOU ARE CONSENTING TO GRANT POLARITY PERMISSION TO COLLECT YOUR URLS AND SEARCH DATA, INCLUDING SEARCH QUERIES THAT MAY CONTAIN PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION, SHARE THEM WITH THIRD PARTIES, AND USE SEARCH-RELATED COOKIES.

The Privacy Policy and the Terms are accessible from the bottom navigation menu found on the home page.

Remove Search.dailybibleverses.co Redirect Effectively

The step-by-step removal instructions provided below show how to remove Search.dailybibleverses.co redirect either manually or automatically. If the after the manual removal the unwanted software still causes browser redirects to Search.dailybibleverses.co it is recommended to scan the system with an advanced anti-malware tool. Such a program will identify all leftovers, remove them efficiently and keep the computer safe in future.

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To remove Search.dailybibleverses.co follow these steps:

1. Uninstall malicious programs from Windows
2. Clean your Browser and Registry from Search.dailybibleverses.co

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Gergana Ivanova

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana has completed a bachelor degree in Marketing from the University of National and World Economy. She has been with the STF team for three years, researching malware and reporting on the latest infections. She believes that in times of constantly evolving dependency of network connected technologies, people should spread the word not the war.

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