Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is an adware domain that is utilized by various adware applications in order to promote unreliable content. There is no infection associated with the domain itself, but, if you see the pop-up on your screen when you access various websites, it means that you have various adware and shareware applications on your computer. If you have not installed the said programs yourself, you need to delete them all because that is the only way to remove the pop-up from your system.

Truth be told, the pop-up is very good at scaring users into believing their computers are infected with viruses. The fake notification pops up whenever you access the Internet, and then it is suggested that you call the toll-free number 1-800-919-3079, which is supposed to a “high priority call line.” The message mentions several malicious infections that are not fake. For example, Rootkit.Sirefef.Spy is an actual computer threat, but the point is that it clearly is not present in your system. This pop-up simply makes use of the name to make you think that you are in serious trouble and so must call the given Removal screenshot
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Needless to say, you should never call these crooks because you will be asked to pay for a security service that does not exist. This is how cyber criminals extort money from unsuspecting computer users. Once you reveal your credit card information to a third party, the people behind will be able to make use of your credentials when they perform illegal financial operations. No one would want this to happen, so you clearly must remove anything that might cause the pop-up to appear in your web browser.

Take note that sometimes the message may pop up automatically when you land on some associated website. In this case, your computer may not be infected with adware, but you should still run a full system scan with the SpyHunter free scanner to be sure.

Speaking of full system scans, this is exactly what you must do if you want to delete all the adware from your computer. More often than not, it is possible to uninstall adware applications via Control Panel (and for that we provide the removal guide below), but sometimes it might be too challenging to remove all the adware and freeware components from your system on your own. This is why it is always a good idea to invest in a legitimate computer security application to terminate any leftovers automatically.

Manual Adware Removal

Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

  1. Slide the mouse cursor to the bottom right of your screen.
  2. Click Settings on the Charm bar and go to Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program and remove unwanted applications.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Click the Start menu button and navigate to Control Panel.
  2. Open Uninstall a program and remove unwanted applications.

Windows XP

  1. Press the Windows button and open Control Panel.
  2. Go to Add or remove programs and uninstall unwanted applications.

In non-techie terms: is an adware server that displays a misleading message in a pop-up. This message appears on your browser when your computer is full of unwanted adware applications. You need to remove all the potential threats to get rid of the message; otherwise, you could eventually have severe security issues.