"Shopping New Tab" Redirect Removal
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This article will aid you to remove Shopping New Tab efficiently. Follow the browser hijacker removal instructions at the end of the article.

Shopping New Tab is a browser hijacker redirect. The website will redirect you to the search engine Google. While using its services, you can find yourself on pages with lots of adverts and sponsored content that go through this hijacker. The hijacker will change the start page, new tab, and search settings for the browser applications you have on your computer device.

Threat Summary

NameShopping New Tab
TypeBrowser Hijacker, PUP
Short DescriptionEach browser application on your computer could get affected. The hijacker can redirect you and will display lots of advertisements.
SymptomsBrowser settings which are altered are the homepage, search engine and the new tab.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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Shopping New Tab – Spread

Shopping New Tab might be distributed via various methods. One of those methods is through third-party installations. Those installer setups come from bundled applications and freeware that could be set to install additional content by default on your computer system. Typically, that might happen without any notification. You might have tried installing a media player or free software and got your browser settings modified by the hijacker. To avoid unwanted programs from affecting your PC is doable if you find Custom or Advanced settings. There you should be able to deselect what you don’t want.
Below in the screenshot you can see that the Shopping New Tab hijacker is also spread via the Chrome Web Store (there is more than 1 extension with the same name):

Shopping New Tab could be distributed via other methods, like add-ons or browser extensions which install on your browser. Other distribution ways use advertisements, such as banners, pop-ups, pop-unders, and redirect links. Sponsored advertisements, including targeted content on suspicious websites could distribute the hijacker, too. These websites might also be partners or affiliates of the Shopping New Tab website and services. These browsers could be affected: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Safari.

Shopping New Tab – Description

ShoppersTab.com is the primary URL address of a browser hijacker redirect called Shopping New Tab. You will get redirected when you are using its services, from links, ads and pages that may load from the search results. An adware application that looks like it and offers a similar service also uses the site ShoppersTab.com.

The main page can be viewed from the screenshot given below:

The Shopping New Tab browser hijacker will redirect you if you use its services and interact with links, ads and other content from its search pages. If you are using its search engine to browse the Web, you will be redirected to its search results page.

The browser extension for Google Chrome and other browser can do the following:

  • Read and change all your data on the websites you visit
  • Replace the page you see when opening a new tab
  • Read and change your browsing history

Be aware that each search that you do on its pages will be sending information to servers connected to this Shopping New Tab hijacker. The pages displayed in the above and bottom image can replace the homepage, new tab and default search of every browser that you have installed.

The photo that you see under this paragraph shows a clear example of what the results of a search query look like when they go through the Shopping New Tab server. Here the search engine is Google. Every query in the search will get filtered and sent to servers connected of the hijacker. So, everything that you give out as information will be gathered by the browser hijacker in question.

The website can push advertisements and lots of redirects that can put browser cookies on your computer system, and they can track your online activity. Other, more advanced tracking technologies could have been used, too. Be wary of the information you provide on such search pages, especially on ones, associated with Shopping New Tab. Refrain from clicking on suspicious advertisements and links that can show up.

Shopping New Tab – Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy of the ShoppersTab.com site can be accessed from the bottom of the main site page. You can view a screenshot of that policy under this paragraph. In the policy, it is stated that the Shopping New Tab service collects information about you and your browsing activities. Advertisements from third parties are also said to be able to obtain some information. The shopping platform could collect both personally and non-personally identifying information, especially when it is provided by you, yourself.

The Policy basically starts off by stating that Personal information will be collected from you, just by using the services of the adware or having it installed. This means that there is automatic information collection – see the statement from the following quotation:

You acknowledge that providing us with Personal Information is done freely. By using the Product, you give your consent to this Privacy Policy and to the data practices described in it.

The following information will be collected according to the Policy in question:

  • Your system language
  • Your system type
  • Your system version
  • User agent
  • Default browser type
  • Default browser version
  • Clicks you make on offers, ads, and other site elements
  • Purchases you make

Further in the policy it is stated that all of the above information, plus other non-personally identifiable one is shared and monetized. Also, according to that same Privacy Policy of Shopping New Tab.com there are tracking technologies being used to acquire data about you.

If you do not like how your privacy is invaded and have a program related to the website on your computer machine, then you should remove the hijacker and its related files.

Remove Shopping New Tab Redirect

To remove Shopping New Tab 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.

Note! Your computer system may be affected by Shopping New Tab or other threats.
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To remove Shopping New Tab follow these steps:

1. Uninstall malicious programs from Windows
2. Clean your Browser and Registry from Shopping New Tab

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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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