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Danger level 8
Type: Browser Hijackers may have infiltrated your system when you find that you are redirected to all kinds of potentially unreliable websites for seemingly no reason. This websites appears to be a Russian news page with a search engine but it is more like a cover. In fact, we have categorized this threat as an adware server because it has the capability to show you advertisements and redirect you to promoted websites that match your location. Unfortunately, if you experience such redirections, it is quite possible that there is an adware application on board, which could mean the presence of several other malware infections and potentially unwanted programs. If you do not wish to infect your PC any further or end up being scammed by cyber criminals, we suggest that you remove from your system as soon as possible.

Basically, you can end up on one of the promoted pages of this adware server in one of two ways. First of all, your computer could be infected with adware, which is one of the malware infections that can perform such redirections without your knowledge and permission. Such a threat may load a subpage of this server, such as, which could be an ID for a client. This could turn your online experience into a nightmare because it could be interrupted every once in a while by being redirected to other promoted pages. If you want to eliminate this potential threat source, you need to be able to identify the related adware infection. We have not been able to find one that we could clearly link to this attack. However, one thing is for sure: You can download such an adware in a free software bundle.

If you understand how you may infect your system with a bundle, you may be able to avoid similar attacks in the future until you start protecting your PC with a professional tool. In fact, it is quite simple. You can install a bundle on your system if you keep visiting suspicious websites or try to download free files and software from questionable sources. Certain websites are more inclined to promote unreliable third-party advertisements than other. Such pages include online gambling, dating, torrent, freeware, and pornographic sites. You may have noticed yourself that these are filled with flashy banner and pop-up ads. You may have also realized that when you land on a questionable site, you may open new tabs with malicious pages even if you did not seem to click on any ads on the page.

The reason could be that the page contains malicious Javascript or Flash script that can trigger the opening of a third-party page in a new window or on a new tab just because you click anywhere in the page or in a search box, for example. It is important that you stay away from questionable pages and stop clicking on third-party ads if you want to try to keep your system clean. Because at the end of the day, it may not be enough to identify only one adware when you want to delete from your system. It is more likely that you will find other types of malware threats and useless applications, too that may have sneaked onto your system in the same bundle. If you want to make sure that your computer is clean and stays that way, you should scan your PC with a trustworthy malware scanner and eliminate all the threats it manages to detect.

Our research shows that this Russian news website looks exactly like other previous threats, such as and This site however proved to be an adware server that can redirect you to all kinds of questionable promotional websites that can also be specific to your country. Obviously, the creators generate revenue out of this while bothering you with these pages. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that these pages are all trustworthy. If you end up on a page that is operated by cyber criminals, you may end up sharing your banking or personal details in a scam. The next thing you know is that money is missing from your account or your personal information has been used to commit an online fraud. We believe that the safest thing for you to do now is to remove from your system as soon as you can.

Since it is possible that this adware server is triggered by a task created on your system, we suggest that first, you scan through those to see if you can find any suspicious task there. The next step should be the resetting of your major browsers. Please follow our guide below if you want to manually erase the infection responsible for the redirections of this adware server. You can also check the installed programs list via Control Panel to see if there is any recently added application that looks shady. If you would like to protect your PC properly in the future, we advise you to download and install a reliable anti-malware program, such as SpyHunter.

Remove suspicious scheduled tasks related to

  1. Launch your Task Manager by tapping Ctrl+Shift+Esc.
  2. Click on the Start-up tab.
  3. Locate the suspicious program in the list and click on Disable.
  4. Close your Task Manager.
  5. Tap Win+E to open File Explorer.
  6. Locate %WINDIR%\Tasks and %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks folders.
  7. Find and delete the suspicious task that could be linked to
  8. Empty your Recycle bin.

Remove from browsers

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and open Internet Options.
  2. Select the Advanced tab and press Reset.
  3. Mark the Delete personal settings checkbox and press Reset.
  4. Press Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+H and choose Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox.
  3. In the pop-up, click Refresh Firefox.

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and open Settings.
  2. At the bottom of the page, click the Advanced link.
  3. Choose Reset at the bottom.
  4. In the confirmation window, click Reset.
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