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Danger level 6
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts is not the type of website that you want to see in your browsers. In fact, this adware server can redirect you to malicious websites through other ad servers, which could expose you to dangerous web content. This can lead to the infection of your system and your being scammed by cyber criminals if you are not cautious enough. This adware server can show up in your browsers when a browser hijacker slithers onto your system. But an adware program or a potentially unwanted application can also be the one that redirects you to this website that offers you a search tool and news articles. This website is aimed at Russian speakers; therefore, it is more popular and likely to appear in any of the former Soviet countries, including Belarus and the Ukraine. We recommend that you remove before you infect your machine with more malware threats or end up in the center of an online scam.

When the home page changes in your browsers or you get redirected to this questionable news website, there could be a number of reasons for this. First of all, it is possible that land on a suspicious website that hosts unreliable third-party ads and links, including questionable search engines. If you click on such content, you can easily be forwarded to a malicious page like this one. In this case you have a chance that your computer is not infected and you just made a mistake by landing on shady websites. However, if you keep on clicking there, it is quite possible that sooner or later you will actually download a malicious bundle. When your computer is infected with adware programs, browser hijackers, or even certain potentially unwanted programs, you can be presented with unsafe third-party ads and even disguised content as well as redirections to malicious websites. This is why it is essential to keep your system clean all the time if you do not want to infect it with more and more malware programs and end up with a crippled system one day. Thus, if you notice this adware server in your browsers, we suggest that you apply a free online malware scanner you can trust to detect all risky applications after you delete from your PC.

Your clicks may have more serious consequences than simple redirections. You may also download software packages that can contain several potentially unwanted programs as well as malicious software installers, such as adware programs, browser hijackers, Trojans, and fake alerts. This is one of the reasons why we advise you against using shady torrent and freeware pages to download free programs from and visiting any other suspicious websites that display questionable third-party ads in general. These pages can be very misleading and you may easily click on unsafe content if you are not familiar with the page. You should also know that when you are installing software bundles, such as InstallMonster the one that this infection mainly spreads in, there is usually a chance for you to deselect the additional tools and browser changes if you choose the custom option or if you are lucky and the installer reveals these. But even if revealed, such installers try to do it in a way that you would easily overlook it and install all contents by default. This is why you should be very careful with every click you make while browsing the web. We recommend that you do not hesitate any longer; remove from your computer.

Our tests show that this adware server can redirect you to unsafe advertisements and websites through and among other ad servers. This adware server may also emerge in other variations, including,,, and among two dozens of malicious domains. Basically, this website offers you a search engine and lots of current news article links that lead to pages that might redirect you to malicious websites or display you third-party ads. You should never trust this search engine because it may forward you to manipulated search results page that may contain potentially unreliable third-party ads and sponsored links. Clicking on these could lead to more infections on your system or being redirected to fake and malicious websites. For example, if a fake webshop opens on a new tab and you find that you are offered a product you actually want to buy at a very low price, you may be inclined to buy it. However, entering your credit card details will only result in your money stolen from your bank accounts. Although this could be the worst that might happen when this adware server provides you content, we believe that you should remove right away.

Since this infection may create scheduled tasks to expose you to its content at certain intervals, it is not enough to reset your infected browsers if you want to erase this threat properly. We have included the necessary steps below this article. If you follow our instructions, you can put an end to this threat yourself. Of course, it does not mean that your PC will become all clean just like that; and let us not forget about the potential future infections you may let on board. This is why we recommend that you start using a professional malware removal tool, such as SpyHunter so that you can efficiently and automatically protect your PC against all known malware infections.

How to remove suspicious scheduled tasks

  1. Tap Win+E simultaneously.
  2. Check the following folders for suspicious tasks that could be related to and delete them:
  3. Empty your Recycle bin.

Reset your browsers

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+H and select Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Press Refresh Firefox and then, on the pop-up, click Refresh Firefox again.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and select Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click Show advanced settings.
  3. Scroll down and press Reset Settings.
  4. Click Reset on the pop-up.

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and navigate to Internet Options.
  2. Select the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Mark the Delete personal settings checkbox.
  4. Click Reset.
  5. Press Close.
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