What is

According to our malware researchers at, is an adware server that can redirect you to questionable promotional websites and show you potentially unsafe third-party commercial advertisements. Being exposed to such browser content can only mean one thing: Your operating system has been penetrated and infected by an adware program. Unfortunately, this adware usually spreads in bundles, which also means that your system could be under attack by several malware infections right now. If you do not want to make things worse and end up with a crippled system running slow, we advise you to remove from your system as soon as possible. This can be done by identifying the ad-supported program responsible for this redirection. But once at it, you should not let any other potential threat on board either. Please read our full report to find out more about this infection and ways to protect your computer from similar attacks.

Where does come from?

To find this shady adware server in your browsers, you need to infect your machine with an adware program that promotes this server. Most users infect their system with ad-supported programs without realizing it until it is too late and their browsing experience gets ruined to say the least. Being annoyed by ads is clearly less of a problem than downloading more dangerous threats or getting redirected to malicious websites where you can be scammed by criminals. Another issue with adware programs is that they are mostly spread in malicious third-party installers, i.e., bundles, which may be packed with a bunch of other malicious software installers, including browser hijackers, Trojans, fake alerts, backdoors as well as potentially unwanted programs.

You can download such bundles, for example, when you end up on questionable websites loaded with unreliable third-party advertisements. It is quite often that inexperienced computer users get redirected to unfamiliar shady file-sharing or online gaming websites from a search result page. You should know that searching the web for free programs, cracks, key generators, or free games can always produce questionable search results even if you are using a reputable search engine, such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing. You may not realize that you land on a fake or malicious website and you may click on a download button hoping that you are downloading your targeted file. However, instead, you will download a bundled version packed with malware and your application may not even work after all as it could be a total fake. So if you want to save yourself from further headaches, we recommend that you delete and all related and unrelated malware infections as well.

Quite similarly, you can download malicious software packages containing the ad-supported program responsible for this infection if your PC was formerly infiltrated by adware. This infection may flood your screen with potentially harmful third-party ads and redirect you to such adware servers as this one. Hopefully, you see now why we emphasize the importance of cleaning your system from all possibly harmful programs. If you only remove, your computer will not necessarily be secure.

How does work?

This adware server can be accessed by an adware program on board or even a browser add-on that can redirect to it. When this server is accessed, it redirects you to one of several possible websites or it can also display potentially unsafe third-party ads, such as banners and pop-ups. The related websites include,,,, and These may promote potentially unwanted programs, fake software updates, questionable browser add-ons, and the like. All in all, it is not safe for you to engage with any content displayed in your browsers if you are infected with this adware server.

When you click on unreliable third-party content, you may easily drop infections onto your computer or get redirected to fake and malicious websites on new tabs or in new browser windows. You certainly do not want additional malware infections on your PC. But what could be even worse is to be scammed by cyber crooks on a fake site, such as an online shop. Since adware programs can spy on you and surprise you with customized ads, it is possible that before long you will see more and more relevant-looking ads. These are more like bait than anything else. If you click on one, you may end up on a fake webshop site and purchase a fake product with your real credit card details, which could mean losing money from your account. If you do not wish to experience any of such awful scenarios, we suggest that you read on and remove right away.

How to delete

Since eliminating from your browsers means that you need to uninstall the adware program responsible, we recommend that you start with identifying the suspicious program you may have installed very recently. You can do this by checking the list of installed programs via Control Panel. If you need help with uninstalling applications, please use our guide below as a reference. It is also possible that you can find shady applications in your browser settings; more precisely, in your extension lists. However, if you want to be thorough, we advise you to install a powerful anti-malware program that can automatically take care of all present and future malware infections attacking your PC.

Remove from Windows

Windows XP

  1. Access the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Open Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Click on the application in the list and click Remove.

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Click on the Windows button on the Taskbar and navigate to Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program.
  3. Click on the application in the list and click Uninstall.

Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10

  1. Press Win+R and type in Control Panel. Click OK.
  2. Select Uninstall a program.
  3. Click on the application in the list and click Uninstall.
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