Lilo.org can be attached to your browser if you installed the site’s browser extension to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Internet Explorer. The site can be removed quickly and easily with the right tools. Our article will teach you how to get rid of Lilo and protect your PC from similar hijackers.
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|Remove Lilo.org browser hijacker manually by following the guidelines of our step-by-step guide below.|
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Uselilo.org – How Did I Get It?
Chances are that you contracted the Lilo search engine while browsing the web and downloading the Lilo toolbar. The official site of the browser hijacker also pushes the software. Another way to get the hijacker is to install another program that can then install the toolbar.
To avoid that, always check the Custom routes of installing software instead of the Quick ones. Just like all thing vile in this world, Lilo seems to originate from France.
Lilo Search Engine Hijacker – What Does It Do?
Lilo uses an unorthodox approach to browser hijacking. The site claims that all its functions are for charity:
“By searching with Lilo, you finance social and environmental projects.
And it’s free!”
Despite the site’s slick design, Lilo is still very shady. The search engine collects a massive amount of cookies – around 30.
They give a bizarre excuse. The developers of Lilo claim that all of these cookies are required for their site to run properly:
Lilo doesn’t place any tracking cookies for the purpose of selling data to third parties.
The cookies placed are those that are strictly necessary for the features of Lilo (your preferences, your drops of water, the language to be used, etc.)to function properly. If you got to Lilo via a partner (a partner organization, a website), cookies allow us to get the information needed to award the partner fairly.
The number of cookies is insanely big. Google has around 5 cookies, while Bing has 10. We’re not saying that Lilo is breaking its Privacy document, but there are a lot of signs that make the site smell fishy.
We decided to investigate further, and found many more troubling signs. Our advice remains the same- remove Lilo.org from your browser, delete the cookies put on your site, and get rid of the toolbar.