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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts

If you are being redirected to and you noticed an increase of annoying advertising content while surfing the Internet lately, you are most likely dealing with adware. Thus, according to our researchers, the user might be unable to stop the redirection until he checks the system and finds the threat that might be using this adware server to show him third-party advertising content. Naturally, if there are threats on the computer and you did not even think there might be some, it could be a difficult task to locate them. However, to make it a bit easier for less experienced users, we prepared deletion instructions showing how to look for suspicious applications possibly related to and how to remove them from the system; you can find these steps just below the article. In case you wish to read more about the adware server, we invite you to take a look at the rest of our text.

Reports say the threat is currently most popular in Japan and Indonesia, but we have no doubt it could show up in other countries as well. Adware applications are often spread through unreliable pop-up ads or bundled software installers, so it is easy to receive it unknowingly. Not so cautious users usually pick automatic installation setting after launching a setup file and if they wish to rush the process they just click the “Next” or other buttons without even reading all terms and conditions. Unfortunately, if the installer is bundled with other programs, picking advanced installation settings might be the only way have a chance to deselect these suggestions. Otherwise, they could be added automatically without further notice. Therefore, if you would like to stay away from adware or other threats that might redirect you to or other unreliable web pages with third-party ads, we recommend being more cautious in the future. If protecting the computer for you alone is too difficult, you could acquire a reliable antimalware tool to make it easier.

After being redirected to, the user might be lead to another suspicious website that could promote fake lotteries and surveys, offer to install potentially unwanted programs, adware, browser hijackers or even threats harmful to the system, and so on. Besides the annoying redirection, the adware server might also place additional advertising content on top of the browser or inject it onto the web pages the user visits. Naturally, such behavior might become quite irritating, not to mention it could put the system at risk as some of the shown ads could be malicious. Until the redirection is stopped, we would advise keeping away from such content, but keep it in mind it is not a permanent solution since you could click the threat’s shown ads accidentally. For this reason, we advise users to find the application responsible for the redirection and irritating ads as soon as possible.

Truth to be told, we cannot name the suspicious program on your system that could be redirecting you to, so if you wish to get rid of it manually, you will have to identify it yourself. That is because might be related not just with one, but a couple of different adware applications. Nonetheless, if the task appears to be too complicated, users can leave it to a trustworthy antimalware tool. Firstly, you would need to pick a security program you like and install it on the computer. Then you should set your chosen tool to perform a full system scan and wait for the results to show up. Once the report is displayed, there should be a removal button as well to help users get rid of all detected threats immediately. Should you require additional help or have more questions related to the adware server, you are welcome to leave a comment below this article or reach us through social media.


Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7

  1. Navigate to the Start menu.
  2. Access the Control Panel.
  3. Select either Uninstall a program or Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Choose the suspicious application and select Uninstall.

Windows 8/Windows 10

  1. Tap Win+R.
  2. Insert Control Panel and press OK.
  3. Choose Uninstall a program.
  4. Select the unwanted program and press Uninstall.

Reset the affected browser

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+X.
  2. Select Internet Options.
  3. Open the Advanced tab.
  4. Click Reset.
  5. Choose Delete personal settings and pick Reset again.
  6. Click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press the Help icon.
  2. Select Troubleshooting information.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox.
  4. Press Refresh Firefox again.
  5. Select Finish.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Slide down and click on Advanced.
  4. Scroll down again to select Reset.
  5. Press the Reset button.
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