What is

If a new browser window opens up and redirects to, it is most likely that malware is present on your operating system. According to malware research team, users are most likely to be redirected to this page if a scheduled task is created in %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks. If that is the case, all you need to do is identify and remove this task. Is that complicated? It is not, but there are a few things that you should learn about this threat first to learn how it works. If you take the time to read our report, you might learn a few tricks that should help you prevent malware and unwanted threats from slithering into your operating system in the future. Also, if you have interacted with the content represented via this adware server, you have to take some steps to figure out if or not you have gotten yourself into trouble already. Learn all about this, as well as how to delete by reading the report.test

How does work?

Scheduled tasks do not appear out of nowhere. It is most likely that it was created when you interacted with a malicious software bundle. Have you recently downloaded any suspicious or unfamiliar programs? If you have, are you 100% sure that they are trustworthy and that malware did not slither in along with it? If you want to be sure about this, immediately perform a full system scan using a reliable malware scanner. If any dangerous infections are active, you will be informed about them in no time. Although we strongly recommend removing scheduled task as soon as possible, you might have to postpone this operation if the scanner detects more harmful infections. How can you tell if your operating system is infected with more serious threats? We advise doing your own research to figure things out, and you can also look up articles on our website to learn more about the threats that are detected. Ultimately, you need to delete all infections, and the components of the suspicious adware server are not to be excluded.

When you are redirected to, you might be immediately redirected to a third-party page that might represent surveys, prize sweepstakes, shopping deals, and other suspicious offers. It is up to you whether or not you want to interact with them, but we definitely advise against that. Why? The developer of adware server is most likely affiliated with unreliable parties, and it is likely to be paid money for representing the offers of these parties. What does that mean? That means that the ads and offers displayed could be unreliable. In case you have already interacted with these offers, think carefully what kinds of consequences you might suffer because of that. Let’s say you have downloaded an unfamiliar program. In that case, a legitimate malware scanner should have detected it already. What if you have revealed private information? In that case, you have to think how it could be used by unreliable parties. For example, your email address could be leaked/sold to malware distributors who could send corrupted spam emails. Other adware servers that you need to beware of include,, and All of them set up a time interval in which the browsers are launched and redirecting occurs. should show up every 33 minutes.

How to delete

The first thing you need to do before you jump to the removal is to scan the operating system. Once you know which threats you need to eliminate, you can make a concrete plan on which threats to eliminate first and how to do it. Obviously, if the scanner uncovers dangerous malware, we suggest using software that could eliminate it automatically. If you install anti-malware software, you will have removed along with all other threats. Also, your system’s protection will be enforced to ensure that malware could not enter your operating system in the future. If you wish to clean your PC manually, figure out how to eliminate the most dangerous threats first. When it comes to, get rid of the task that schedules the redirecting to this server, and then reset your browser to ensure that it is clean.

Removal Step I: Remove the scheduled task

  1. Tap Win+E keys to access Windows Explorer.
  2. Type %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks into the bar at the top and then tap Enter.
  3. Right-click and Delete the {unknown name} task that represents the adware server.

Removal Step II: Reset the browser

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and then open the Help menu by tapping Alt+H keys.
  2. Choose Troubleshooting Information to access the about:support menu.
  3. Click the Refresh Firefox button and then click Refresh Firefox again.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the browser and then open the Tools menu by tapping Alt+T keys.
  2. Select Internet options and then move to the Advanced tab.
  3. Click the Reset button and then choose Delete personal settings.
  4. Click Reset again and then click OK.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and then open the Chrome menu by tapping Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings, scroll to the bottom, and click Show advanced settings.
  3. Scroll down, click Reset settings, and then click Reset.
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