Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is a domain via which adware (advertising-supported software) redirects users to promote third-party content. The user is redirected to sites that are based on the location. For example, if you live anywhere in the United States, you will be redirected to US-based websites. Most users realize that something is wrong as soon as they notice unauthorized redirected to third-party sites that usually show suspicious advertisements, pornographic content, surveys, etc. Of course, some users might be exposed to content they are intrigued by, and that is extremely dangerous. Legitimate sites and services do not use unreliable and malicious adware servers to expose users to their content, and so it is most likely that the parties associated with this specific adware server are unreliable and possibly malicious. So, how do you stop the unauthorized redirecting? You might have to remove malware.

If you enter into your browser’s address bar, is opened. This site does not have a Privacy Policy or other legal information representing it, and so it is clearly unreliable. The поиск в интернете tag – which translates to “search on the Internet” – is displayed along with a search dialog box. If you enter queries into this box, you are redirected to Google Search. Do NOT interact with these search results because they are modified and include potentially unreliable sponsored links. also displays a bunch of news articles, all of which have been stolen from other sites. Overall, it is unlikely that anyone will be redirected to this home page. Instead, you are likely to be redirected to a page with a 5 letter-combination at the end of the link (e.g., This unique combination might be used by specific ad-supported programs, and this might help the developer of the adware server to collect money from the creators of this adware for redirecting services.

It is not entirely clear which infections can employ to redirect users, but we have to consider hijackers, adware, malicious extensions, etc. The same thing can be said about and, both of which can be used as adware servers as well. If you have no clue as to what kind of malicious infections might be responsible for this mess, we suggest installing a reputable malware scanner to do a quick examination. Once it is done, you will know exactly which threats you need to delete from your operating system. The scanner will also identify the threats that might have slithered into your computer when you interacted with the malicious content shown to you. If you have not downloaded software, think if maybe you have disclosed personal information or did anything else that could jeopardize your virtual security. Hopefully, there’s still time to strengthen your virtual security.

Our research team has created instructions that might help you delete infections. The guide includes the elimination of malicious extensions, the resetting of the browser, and the removal of unwanted Startup items. Since manual removal is not straightforward in this situation, we strongly advise employing anti-malware software. If any infections exist, this software will erase it automatically. On top of that, it will strengthen your system’s protection so that malicious infections could not slither in again. If you continue being redirected to random sites without your permission after you take all steps, post a comment below explaining the situation, and our research team will try to help you out.


Google Chrome

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+F.
  2. Navigate to More tools and then click Extensions.
  3. Remove any suspicious extensions.
  4. Tap Alt+F again and select Settings.
  5. Click Advanced (at the bottom) and move to Reset.
  6. Click the Reset button.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Add-ons and then move to the Extensions menu.
  3. Remove any suspicious extensions.
  4. Tao Alt+H and select Troubleshooting information.
  5. Click Refresh Firefox to reset the browser.

Internet Explorer

  1. Uninstall any suspicious programs in the Add or Remove Programs menu in Control Panel.
  2. Launch the browser and tap keys Alt+T.
  3. Select Internet options and click the Advanced tab.
  4. Click Reset, mark Delete personal settings, and then click Reset again.

Startup programs

  1. Launch RUN by tapping keys Win+R.
  2. Enter msconfig.exe into the dialog box and click OK.
  3. Click the Startup tab.
  4. Look for unknown Startup Items (if you find any, check the location of the program to know where to go to Delete it) and then Disable them.

In non-techie terms:

If you are continuously redirected to random websites, it is possible that is involved. This adware server could be used by all kinds of malicious infections, and it is hard to say which one has invaded your operating system. If you find that you cannot get rid of the threat by following the manual removal instructions below, a legitimate anti-malware tool should assist you by identifying and removing threats automatically. If you need help cleaning your operating system, feel free to add your questions to the comments section. Ultimately, you cannot rest until your PC is clean, and you must NOT ignore the unauthorized redirecting because that could lead to serious security problems.