Omiga-plus.exe is a very suspicious file that can also be called the primary executable of Omiga Plus hijacker. So, if you have just noticed this file in your task manager, you should also look for this browser hijacker and other 13 files that are usually dropped by it on the system. As soon as all of these files are installed, Omiga Plus starts blocking typical search engines, such as Google, Yahoo and Bing. In addition, it takes over each of web browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) and starts showing commercial content in victim's search results.
Beware that they may be filled with suspicious links, banner ads and other content that may try to redirect you to very suspicious websites. Besides, just like lots of similar PUPs, Omiga Plus virus may start collecting personally non-identifiable information on your computer. Typically, it collects users' search terms, moslty visited websites, data that is entered when visiting them, computer's IP address, its location and similar data. Please, do NOT keep programs with such capability on your computer because there is no information about parties that are capable of reaching it.
Omiga-plus.exe with its related components takes usually about 5.75 MB (6,032,875 bytes) of computer's memory. This file is mostly spread in the United States, but it has also been noticed in Brazil and Germany. You should look for this file in C:\Program Files\Omiga Plus folder. However, there is no surprise if you can't find it because the developers of this file have been actively trying to protect it and avoid elimination of Omiga Plus hijacker. In this case, you should try to run a full system scan with updated anti-spyware and remove Omiga-plus.exe and other components automatically. For that you can use Reimage, Malwarebytes MalwarebytesCombo Cleaner or other reputable anti-spyware.