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stf-tech-connect-biz-browser-hijacker-redirect-plus-network-main-site-page is the primary web address for a browser hijacker. This hijacker will redirect you from its search bar and buttons on the its main page. From every search query you make, you will end up on the search results page of the Plus! network search engine. can change the new tab setting, homepage and search engine of every browser you have. A browser extension might be installed, as well. To remove the hijacker and all of its files, you should read the whole article.

Threat Summary
TypeBrowser Hijacker, PUP
Short DescriptionAll browsers on your computer can get affected. This hijacker will redirect you and filter all of your search queries.
SymptomsBrowser settings that could get altered are the homepage, search engine and new tab setting. Browser extensions could be set as well. You could see sponsored content and advertising.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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User ExperienceJoin Our Forum to Discuss – Delivery Methods can use several methods for delivery. One of the main methods is via third-party installations. The unwanted program can get inside your computer without you knowing. Software which is bundled or is freeware can place the hijacker on your PC. Those setups are usually set to install more components by default. Various settings could get modified before you notice the unwanted application tampered with your browser and personal computer. To avoid such installations is possible if you find Custom or Advanced options somewhere in the install setup. could use more methods to push its search engine to your browsers. One of these ways is through advertisements and redirects on websites, such as banners, pop-ups and the like. The hijacker might be delivered via the help of suspicious websites hosting redirect links. That type of websites might be in an affiliate program or partnered up with The following browsers could be affected: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Mozilla Firefox. – Detailed Information is the primary web address for a browser hijacker. The hijacker will redirect you to the Plus! Network browser hijacker. You can see exactly how this Web address looks in the picture below:


The primary web page is comprised of a search bar and a multitude of buttons below it, which supposedly lead to the main domain of popular social media websites. As you may have guessed, some of the buttons in actuality lead to sponsored content or a particular page on those sites via redirects. This same web page will replace the search engine of your browsers, including their new tab setting, and homepage. Some browser preferences might be modified, too. An extension could be set up on each browser, as well.

When a program related to is found somewhere on your computer machine or browser applications, then you will surely see settings being changed. Programs which do that enter your computer often with bundled software. Plugins, add-ons, and extensions, as well as other additive components, might generate advertisements or spread redirect links. The redirects can lead you to dubious websites or such with third party content. The owners of these third-party sites can be affiliates or partners of


From the picture shown above, you can view how the search results page of looks. As you can see, you get redirected to the search results of the Plus! Network. It is not excluded for other search engines to show up as well. will gather information about you and browsing activity from the search queries you make, which will go through the servers of the Plus! Network hijacker.

The search engines are in some way associated and possible affiliates. All information acquired from your search queries can be sent to them. Be careful with whatever information you use in search bars to browse the Web from these sites, especially if you give personal details to find the answer to something. Continue reading to see what data might be acquired from you by – Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy of the website has no new updates and it is still short and vague. Inside, it is openly stated that you do not need to provide any information to use the website, but by merely using it, the website will gather information about you despite everything. However, it is not specified what information exactly will be acquired from you. Third party services which are partnered with the Plus! Network will have access to part of the obtained data.

From the screenshot below, you see the entire Privacy Policy page:


Using the website, services or any related software will be considered as you have given your consent for personally identifying information collection. The Privacy Policy also states that its page will be updated in the event of any changes that occur. Cookies are used for obtaining some of the information, as well.

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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 and all of its files completely, you should search for and remove any leftovers with an advanced anti-malware tool. Such software can keep your computer safe in the future.

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To remove follow these steps:

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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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