WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info is an unfair search engine, which has also been called a “browser hijacker”. The main reason why these conclusions have been done is its ability to make people visit predetermined websites against their will. This is done by returning them altered search results or showing them misleading pop-up ads that are typically filled with in-text links and similar content. If you noticed that WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info hijacked your browsers, it means that you have also been tricked into downloading this suspicious program on your computer. Please, do NOT leave it there because it may easily initiate privacy related issues and similar problems. Besides, you should know that such search sites as this one may be used for tracking people and their browsing habits. They are typically used for collecting people's search terms, information about their browsing habits, data that they enter on each of websites, email addresses, search queries and similar data. No matter that this information is not considered as 'personal', you should remember that people are not asked whether they agree with sharing this data with third parties or not. We highly recommend you to avoid WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info redirects and continue using such well-known search sites as Google, Yahoo and Bing.
WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info virus takes over the start page or default search engine as soon as it infiltrates the system. In fact, it tricks people into allowing its installation when they download freeware from the Internet without paying an appropriate attention to its installation. In order to avoid this search engine or previous its versions (Websearch.greatresults.info, Websearch.pu-results.info, Websearch.helpmefindyour.info, etc.) that can easily take over the homepage and default search engine, you should always choose Custom or Advanced installation process of the freeware. In addition, be sure you uncheck check boxes that agree with the installation of this search engine. The clearest sign showing that your PC was affected is continuous WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info redirects. If you have already noticed them, don't waste your time and check your computer with reputable anti-spyware. This will help you to see what potentially unwanted programs are hiding in your PC system. Of course, you can also opt for manual removal method but you should be very careful and follow every step of it.
If you discovered WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info instead of your start page or default search engine, you should take into account that it may return for you altered search results, display commercial pop-up ads and initiate similar annoying activities. In addition, you may be led to a seriously infected website seeking to infect computer with malware. That's why we recommend eliminating this hijacker from the system. For that, make sure you follow these steps. As we have already mentioned, you should use automatic removal method when trying to remove ALL questionable programs from the system without leaving any leftovers.
You can remove WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info automatically with a help of one of these programs: SpyHunter, STOPzilla, Malwarebytes Anti Malware. We recommend these applications because they can easily delete potentially unwanted programs and viruses with all their files and registry entries that are related to them.
Uninstall WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info and related programsWindows Mac OS X ↷ Step 2 Windows 7 / Vista / XP
If you are using OS X, click Go button at the top left of the screen and select Applications.
Wait until you see Applications folder and look for WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info or any other suspicious programs on it. Now right click on every of such entries and select Move to Trash.
Remove WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info from Windows shortcuts
Repeat steps that are given above with all browsers' shortcuts, including Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Make sure you check all locations of these shortcuts, including Desktop, Start Menu and taskbar.
Remove WebSearch.ExitingSearch.info from each of your web browsersInternet Explorer Mozilla Firefox Google Chrome Safari Remove dangerous add-ons
Information added: 12/19/14 04:59;
information updated: 12/19/14 04:59