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Danger level 7
Type: Browser Hijackers
Common infection symptoms:
  • Hijacks homepage
  • Changes default search engine is currently down, and it is possible that it will not be back up again, but we have to warn you about this suspicious domain. Maybe it will be back up in the future, and maybe it will cause some serious problems for you. In case you are bombarded with ads and pop-ups delivered via this server, it is possible that your operating system is infected with adware. Needless to say, if you find out that advertising-supported programs are active, you should delete them immediately. Although most ads and notifications represented might look harmless, the reality is that your virtual security might be jeopardized if you interact with them. Our malware research team has done some tests, and we can help you remove malware from your operating system. If we fail to address certain questions related to this malware, you can always use the comments section to start a discussion.

According to our malware researchers, before was taken down, this domain was already blocked by some of the most popular web browsers, including Google Chrome. Needless to say, this is the perfect sign that this domain is unreliable and potentially malicious. Web browsers do not just block sites for no good reason. Unfortunately, because the domain is down, we could not check it out ourselves. Of course, if the domain goes back up, we will update this report instantaneously. Right now, all we can say is that previously it was mainly visited by users located in Spain and the United States. As mentioned already, it is possible that this domain is directly linked to adware that requires removal, but other types of malware could be linked to it as well. This malware could redirect you to pages representing offers. Needless to say, if you are redirected to unfamiliar pages without your permission, you need to be very skeptical; even if the offers or the alerts introduced to you appear to be authentic.

It is most likely that will deliver offers promoting virtual security-related software. Malware removers, scanners, and other kinds of tools could be introduced to you, and downloading them could be extremely dangerous. If you have already installed software offered via, please inspect it immediately to figure out if you need to delete it. We suggest installing a legitimate malware scanner (not one offered via this adware server) to quickly examine your operating system. The last thing you should do is invest in the tools represented via this domain. It is very possible that these tools are completely bogus, in which case, you would be wasting your money by investing in it. You also have to beware of fake security alerts that could serve as advertising for these bogus security tools. In general, if you have any concerns about your virtual security, you should always rely on tried and tested tools instead of unfamiliar apps that might have been created by virtual schemers.

The first thing you need to do when you face ads or warnings is to scan your operating system. This step is crucial because it can help you figure out what needs to be done. Maybe no threats are detected, and your only problem is that you are visiting malicious websites. Of course, it is most likely that the scanner will discover threats responsible for displaying malicious ads. Since we do not actually know what kind of malware might be responsible for all the mess, it is hard to advise you on its removal. Needless to say, a legitimate anti-malware tool will delete malware without any problems. It’s the manual removal option that is more challenging and complicated. Removal

N.B. This is one of the methods that might help you erase malware. After you uninstall undesirable software, you should scan your PC to check for leftovers. If they exist, you might have to use a different method. We can discuss this in the comments section below.

Windows XP:

  1. Navigate to the Taskbar and click the Start menu icon.
  2. Open Control Panel and move to Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Find the undesirable application and Remove it.

Windows Vista/Windows 7:

  1. Click the Windows logo on the left of the Taskbar.
  2. Open the Control Panel menu and go to Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the undesirable application and select Uninstall.

Windows 8/Windows 10:

  1. Launch RUN by simultaneously tapping the Win+R keys.
  2. Enter Control Panel to open the menu and move to Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the program you wish to eliminate and click Uninstall.
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