What is

If you keep being redirected to suspicious pages promoting all kinds of deals, it is possible that is involved. This adware server could be set up to expose you to suspicious ads, surveys, installers, and other offers at specific time intervals. If that is the case, it is also possible that you will find a Task created in %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks. If this task exists, its name should reveal association with the adware server or the advertising-supported program that could be responsible for introducing you to ads hosted on the unreliable adware server. Since adware is likely to be concealed, it might be difficult for you to identify it right away. Do not worry about that. If you continue reading this report, you will learn how to recognize malicious infections, and, most important, remove them from your operating system. We have also created a guide that might help you delete adware.

How does work? research team has come to a conclusion that is dependent on Russian adware that you might install onto your operating system via malicious software bundles and unreliable file-sharing websites.,, and are few of the many suspicious websites that could route you to, and, unsurprisingly, they are all represented in Russian. These websites are set up to promote online games, marketing services, software installers, extensions, monetary deals, and all kinds of other offers. Can they be trusted? Of course, they cannot. In fact, you could put your own virtual security in great danger by interacting with the content represented via the adware server, which is why you must refrain from any interaction. Obviously, at first, you might not think much of the ads showing up on your screen randomly. But with time passing by, you should recognize that the presentation of these ads is strange. Hopefully, you realize that you might need to remove malware before anything bad happens.

If you are not being redirected to random ad pages via, it might be,,, and many other adware servers that, undoubtedly, are controlled by the same people. If a scheduled task is created to represent advertisements, everything is clear. However, it is also possible that specific files could be created to ensure that ads show up randomly. In any case, you need to find the root of the problem and, needless to say, remove it immediately. Unfortunately, it is possible that the malicious components associated with could be running along with the components of much more dangerous malware. After all, if one threat has found its way in, who’s to say that your operating system is not beleaguered with malware? We advise installing an authentic malware scanner to help you examine your operating system and determine which threats to eliminate.

How to delete

Have you already figured out what you need to do to remove offers? If a malware scanner has found infections, you need to erase them as soon as possible, and you can choose between several options. You can rely on someone who is more experienced, you can install anti-malware software for automated removal, or you can get rid of the discovered malware manually. Needless to say, you have to be at least a little bit experienced to go with the latter option. And if you are thinking about paying someone to clean your operating system, we suggest installing an anti-malware tool first. This tool will reliably clean your computer from all infections, and it will keep it clean in the future. Hopefully, you manage to get rid of all ad-supported programs and other potentially active infections. If you are struggling, do not hesitate to contact us via the comments section below.

Removal Guide

N.B. This guide should work for some users, but we cannot guarantee that everyone will be able to clean their operating systems using it. Do not forget to scan your PC afterward to check for leftovers.

How to delete scheduled tasks

  1. Simultaneously tap Win+E keys to launch Explorer.
  2. Enter %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks into the bar at the top.
  3. Right-click and Delete the task whose name represents adware or adware server.
  4. Uninstall undesirable software using the steps below.

Uninstall via Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista:

  1. Launch RUN by tapping Win+R keys at the same time.
  2. Enter Control Panel into the dialog box and click OK to launch the menu.
  3. Move to the Programs menu and then click Uninstall a program.
  4. Right-click the undesirable applications and then select Uninstall.

Uninstall via Windows XP:

  1. Click the Start menu icon on the Taskbar and then open Control Panel.
  2. Move to the Add or Remove Programs menu and identify the unwanted app.
  3. Click the Remove button to get rid of it.
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