Redirect Removal
THREAT REMOVAL Redirect Removal

Attention! This article will help you remove effectively. Follow the browser hijacker removal instructions given at the end. is the primary domain of the browser hijacker named Login Easier. The developer of that program is called Polarity Technologies, formerly known as Safer Technologies / SaferBrowser. The unwanted program modifies the new tab window, homepage, and search engine for all your browser software. A toolbar can be placed on the new page of your browsers. An add-on connected to this hijacker can install as well. You can witness redirects.

Threat Summary
TypeBrowser Hijacker, PUP
Short DescriptionThe hijacker can change the homepage, search engine and new tab on every browser application you use.
SymptomsThe homepage, search engine and new tab of all your browsers will be changed to You will be redirected and could see advertising content.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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Login Easier has many various ways for delivering itself. Third-party install setups are the most widely spread ones. Without any notification, freeware, and bundled packages could put the hijacker on your computer device. Install setups like that could be set to install additive content by default. To prevent any unwanted content from being installed, is manageable in the case you find Custom or Advanced settings in the setup, so you could deselect it.

Login Easier might be delivered via a browser extension. Plug-ins and add-ons connected to the hijacker might be put all around the Internet and used as another way for delivery. Social media services and file-sharing networks can be used to deliver installation setups containing the hijacker program. The browser hijacker redirect could appear from redirect links and advertisements spread by suspicious websites. Browsers that can get affected are: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari. – A Closer Look is the search page and default web address for a browser hijacker named Login Easier. The website offers to give users an easier accessibility to sites they login on a daily basis, like their mailing accounts. The toolbar which is placed on the top of the primary page holds links to some sites like that. Be careful though, as those buttons have redirect links, which might gather information from you. The default search engine for your browser applications is going to load the page instead, when the hijacker has affected them.

The new search engine looks like this:

If this hijacker is installed on your personal computer, you will get redirected to the search engine that is associated to it. More browser settings will be altered from the unwanted program, such as your homepage, new tab, including themes etc. The developer of the hijacker is the company that goes by the name of Polarity Technologies, but formerly known as Safer Technologies or SaferBrowser. You can notice that there are lots of redirects that SaferBrowser made on the past with browser hijacking capabilities.

All browser extensions which are tied to this hijacker could be in your browser applications and modify the new tab window, homepage, and default search setting. That can be seen with redirects that flood your pages when you are surfing the Internet. Different types of data will be collected from you and will be sent to servers related to the site owners. Third party partners and affiliates could get hold of that information, as well.

The extension could do the following:

  • Read and change all your data on the websites you visit
  • Manage your apps, extensions, and themes

The page filters any single search query that you make through it. Sponsored content, plus targeted advertisements could be displayed after you make a search or if you are just casually browsing. The advertising content can be of various types, and presented as in-text links, pop-unders, pop-ups, or similar advertisements.

The above picture shows the function of the redirect for the search results of the page. The redirect link is a sub-domain of the hijacker and only appears for half a second. Each one of your search queries will be filtered, and all data which is obtained from those is going to a sub-domain and will be stored there. Then, you will see the search results page of some reputable search engine. On the screenshot displayed below you can see an example of Yahoo’s search results page (loaded by the hijacker as a redirect):

You have to be very wary of what information you enter inside search bars, especially if it contains personal data and similar things, as your credentials to a site, account details etc. Keep on reading to find out what information is being acquired from you. – Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy of specifies that both personally and non-personally identifying information will be obtained by the hijacker in question. The company Polarity Technologies is stated as the owner of the hijacker, and policies across previous SaferBrowser hijackers state the same. Information that is collected about you and your browsing habits could be disclosed to third party businesses and partners of Polarity Technologies’s owners.

The policy states that the following information is gathered:

  • Search queries and all data you type in searches
  • Search data and specifics of searches
  • Home address (mailing address)
  • URLs and clicks
  • Email address
  • Browser type
  • Your name
  • Your geographic location
  • Your ISP (Internet Search Provider)
  • Communications preferences
  • Operating System (and other related data)

You can view the policy from the image below:

By reading the policy to the end unveils a statement of how using any service or application connected to the website is considered as your approval for data collection. The Polarity Technologies company acquires information from you and your online habits. The website uses browser cookies, and more tracking technologies, such as Web beacons, to gather some of the information from you.

Remove Fully

To remove manually from your computer, follow the step-by-step removal instructions given below. In case the manual removal does not get rid of the browser hijacker entirely, you should search for and remove any leftover items with an advanced anti-malware tool. Such software helps keep your computer secure 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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