Remove My Email Hub Redirect and Restore Your Browser

The article will help you to remove My Email Hub fully. Follow the browser hijacker removal instructions given at the end of the article.

The My Email Hub redirect is a recently discovered browser plugin that can be used for hijacker purposes. Interaction with it can hijack personal data belonging to the victims. Our in-depth article explores some of the dangers associated with its presence on infected hosts.

Threat Summary

NameMy Email Hub
TypeBrowser Hijacker, PUP
Short DescriptionThe hijacker redirect can alter the homepage, search engine and new tab on every browser application you have installed.
SymptomsThe homepage, new tab and search engine of all your browsers will be switched to My Email Hub. You will be redirected and could see sponsored content.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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My Email Hub – Distribution Methods

The My Email Hub redirect can be acquired by interacting with a variety of distribution tactics.

Among the main ones there is the coordination of email SPAM campaigns that rely on social engineering tactics that coerce the targets into interacting with a dangerous element. This is done by taking design elements of well-known services and sites and using them to manipulate the users into interacting with a malicious file or hyperlink.

A similar strategy is employed with fake download sites that represent dangerous copies of legitimate services. Along with email messages they are the main methods for spreading infected payload carriers. An example is the use of documents with embedded macros. The files can be of various types: rich text documents, spreadsheets, presentations and databases. Once they are opened a message box will appear (Read more...)

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