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The article will help you to remove Myweathercenter.co in full. Follow the browser hijacker removal instructions given at the end of the article.

Myweathercenter.co is the main page that will show up when you open a new tab page if you have the related browser hijacker redirect installed on your computer machine. The company which developed it is located in India, although the address given on the Google Chrome Web Store page of the hijacker might be misleading. The unwanted Myweathercenter.co hijacker modifies the new tab window, homepage, and search engine for all browser applications that you have. The main page of a browser may also feature a toolbar and browsers may get an extension related to the hijacker.

Threat Summary

Name Myweathercenter.co
Type Browser Hijacker, PUP
Short Description The hijacker redirect can alter the homepage, search engine and new tab on every browser application you have installed.
Symptoms The homepage, new tab and search engine of all your browsers will be switched to the hijacker’s main page. You will be redirected and could see sponsored content.
Distribution Method Freeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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Myweathercenter.co – Delivery

Myweathercenter.co uses different tactics to deliver itself around the Internet. Installation setups from third-party programs are mainly responsible for delivering the browser hijacker. Without any notification, freeware, and bundled packages could spread the hijacker to your computer system. Installation setups such as those might be set to install additional content by default. To prevent that from happening can be managed if you find Custom or Advanced settings in the setup. From there you should be able to deselect unwanted components from being installed.

The Google Chrome Web Store page of the related Myweathercenter.co extension is shown down here:

Myweathercenter.co could be delivered via a browser add-on. Add-ons and plug-ins associated with the hijacker might be put all around the Internet as another delivery way. Social media networks and file-sharing services can also be used for delivering installation setups that contain the hijacker program. The browser hijacker redirect can appear from redirect links and advertisements found on suspicious websites. Browsers that can get affected are: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer.

Myweathercenter.co – Insight

Myweathercenter.co is the Web address of a browser hijacker. The default search engine for your browsers is going to load the page Myweathercenter.co, after the hijacker has affected them. You can see the main page of the hijacker in the image below:

If your computer system is affected by this hijacker, you will see redirects to the search engine that comes with it and changes the other browser settings such as your homepage, new tab, themes etc. The developer of the hijacker might be Polarity Technologies, but that is remain to be seen as the address is in India and it is not the same. That was a rebranding of SaferBrowser – a company known for developing a lot of applications with browser hijacking capabilities.

Extensions and addons which are connected to this hijacker could be in your browser apps and alter the new tab window, homepage, and the default search settings. That can be seen through redirects which are spawned to your pages when you are casually browsing the Internet. Many, different kinds of data can be collected from you and sent to servers related to the Myweathercenter.co site owners. Third party partners and affiliates might also receive that information.

The extension could do the following:

  • Read and change all your data on the websites you visit
  • Replace the page you see when opening a new tab
  • Manage your apps, extensions, and themes

You can see a screenshot of this window below:

Myweathercenter.co filters whatever searches go through it so you should be careful of what you provide as information. Content, some of which is sponsored, can appear as targeted advertisements, and be displayed after you make a search or if you are just surfing the Web. That advertising content can be of a few types and presented as in-text links, pop-ups, pop-unders, and similar advertisements.

The Myweathercenter.co page redirects via a sub-domain of the hijacker and only appears for a very small period of time while loading. Each one of your search queries will get filtered, and all of the data which is gathered from those is going to a sub-domain and will be stored there. Afterward, you will see the search results page of a reputable search engine – or at least it will look like it.

Be careful with what information you tend to give inside search bars, especially if that data contains personal information and similar things, as your credentials to a site, account details among other things. Keep on reading to find out what information is being obtained from you.

Myweathercenter.co – Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy of Myweathercenter.co is currently not loading, although it might be just a SaferBrowser hijacker or some subsidiary/partner of it. Information that is collected about you and your browsing habits from that company is the following:

  • Email address
  • IP address
  • Device-specific data (hardware model and operating system)
  • Data about crashes, system activity, hardware settings and browser language
  • Search queries and all related search data
  • Date and time of query request and referral URL
  • Your Browser Type
  • Source of traffic acquisition
  • Your geographic location
  • Domain name of your Internet Search Provider (ISP)

The sub-domains related to Myweathercenter.co website are also not loading and appear to be shady. The website also uses browser cookies, and more tracking technologies, like Web beacons, to gather more information about you and your online browsing habits.

Remove Myweathercenter.co Redirect

To remove Myweathercenter.co 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.

Note! Your computer system may be affected by Myweathercenter.co or other threats.
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To remove Myweathercenter.co follow these steps:

1. Uninstall malicious programs from Windows

2. Clean your Browser and Registry from Myweathercenter.co

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Tsetso Mihailov

Tsetso Mihailov is a tech-geek and loves everything that is tech-related, while observing the latest news surrounding technologies. He has worked in IT before, as a system administrator and a computer repair technician. Dealing with malware since his teens, he is determined to spread word about the latest threats revolving around computer security.

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