Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

If you have noticed that your web browsing is disrupted with redirections to all kinds of unfamiliar websites, could be the one to blame. Our researchers say that this is an adware server that should not be trusted. It is possible that it redirects you to websites that you should not trust or engage with their contents. Clicking on questionable content is always risky because you might end up on malicious websites and being scammed out of your money or downloading malicious programs without your knowledge. If these redirections and promotions keep showing up in your browsers, it is quite likely that your computer has been penetrated by malware infections like adware programs or browser hijackers. We advise you to take this threat seriously and remove from your computer as soon as you can. For more information on this threat source, please read on.

There are basically two options for you to be introduced to promotions by this adware server. The more likely option is that you have infected your PC with malware recently and this is why you see those unfamiliar pages after you get randomly redirected while surfing the web. It is possible that there are adware programs, browser hijackers, or even potentially unwanted program on your system, which can all have the capability of redirecting you to such an adware server. It is important that you keep such threats away from your computer. Therefore, it will be helpful for you to learn how you can infect your system with them in the first place so that you can avoid having to delete and other threats in the future.

One of the most common mistakes inexperienced users make is that they download cracked programs, movies, and music files from shady torrent and freeware sites. Now, you should know that these sites mostly promote infectious software bundles. This simply means that once you install one, you will allow several additional tools and malware threats to enter your system. So, apart from your targeted program, you will have a number of others operating in the background and you may not even realize this for some time. This is why it is so important that you read carefully every single installation screens. Another way for you to download such a bundle is to click on a corrupt third-party link or advertisement on a suspicious website. Of course, we also need to mention the possible option that your computer is not infected and you just click on the wrong content on the wrong website and this is why get redirected to this adware server. All in all, we recommend that after you delete, you also use a trustworthy malware scanner to see what you are up against on your system.

Basically, entering in your browser's address bar will result in a blank page in your browser. This adware server needs a string code after its address so that it can identify which affiliated website to redirect you to. So when you click on a compromised link or ad, or a malware infection redirects you to this adware server, the address will look something like this: "" You may not see this URL though for more than a second in your address bar, so it is possible that you will only notice that you are being redirected when the target website is loading already. These random redirections are rather annoying, but this is not even the worst about them. Unfortunately, you could be presented with content that may be unreliable. Clicking on such content could make your system more vulnerable than it already is. This is why we advise you to remove from your PC.

We have included our instructions below if you would like to eliminate this adware server from your computer. Please follow these easy steps to reset your main browsers that could be affected by the malware infections that may be responsible for the redirection to this adware server. Since it is possible that there are several malicious and potential threats on your system, we believe you may want to consider the use of a professional malware removal application like SpyHunter to automatically defend your PC against all present and future threats as well.

Remove from your browsers

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and go to Internet Options.
  2. Move to the Advanced tab and press Reset.
  3. Select Delete personal settings and press Reset.
  4. Click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+H and open Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Press Refresh Firefox.
  3. Press Refresh Firefox in the confirmation window, too.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and navigate to Settings.
  2. Click Advanced at the bottom.
  3. Click Reset at the bottom.
  4. In the confirmation window, press Reset.

In non-techie terms: is a potentially harmful adware server that keeps annoying and disrupting you with its redirections to promoted websites. This adware server generates revenue by rerouting web traffic to affiliated websites. The only problem is that you have no guarantee that all these sites are reliable. So, if you click on any ads or links on these pages, you might end up on yet another potentially unreliable website and being scammed, or you might drop all kinds of threats onto your machine. It is possible that you only see promotions via this adware server because you have clicked on an unsafe third-party advertisement or link, but your PC may well be infected, too. Therefore, we suggest that you remove from your browsers by resetting them. However, if you want proper protection for your PC, we recommend that you employ a trustworthy anti-malware program ASAP.