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Julnew is a Google Chrome extension that has a description of “Find all the few cliques with us”. When installed, this extension causes any searches made from the address bar and from certain search engines to be redirected through others sites and eventually to, which will display the search results.

When you first open the browser and perform a search, the Julnew extension will open the site, which then currently redirects to Yahoo.

After that all searches will go through[sid]&aid=[aid]&keyword=[keyword], which then currently redirects so that search results are returned from The search engines that are affected by this extension are Google, Bing, MyWay, Ask, Aol, WoW, Infospace, webcrawler, When, MyWebSearch, DuckDuckGo, MySearch, Teoma, SearchLock, MyPrivateSearch, SearchPrivacy, and TheSmartSearch.

Furthermore, as you type a search query in the address bar, your browser will make a request to for each letter you type in.

The developers are most likely utilizing in order to generate revenue from advertisements shown in the search results.

How was the Julnew Extension installed in Chrome?

The Julnew extension is currently being distributed through web sites that tell the visitor that they must install the extension before they can leave. It will then display a constant stream of javascript alerts and dialog boxes that won’t go away until the user installs the extension. You can see the page that was promoting the Julnew extension below.

Forced Install Site

Since this extension does not allow you to search on your desired search engines and instead redirects searches to, you may as well just use directly. If you do not wish to use as your search engine, you can remove Julnew for free using these instructions. If you are unsure how this extension was installed or are concerned unwanted programs may be installed on your computer, I suggest you use the removal guide below instead.


Your computer should now be free of the Julnew Extension program. If your current security solution allowed this program on your computer, you may want to consider purchasing the full-featured version of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware to protect against these types of threats in the future.

If you are still having problems with your computer after completing these instructions, then please follow the steps outlined in the topic linked below:

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