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Type: Adware is a domain that displays commercial advertisements. If you constantly see pop-ups that redirect you to this website, it means that your browser settings have been modified to accommodate those ads. It doesn’t mean that your computer was infected with malware (at least not yet), it’s just that you must’ve visited some shady website. But there are ways to make these pop-ups stop from appearing, and you can do that by following the guidelines below this description. When you get rid of the modifications related to, you should also scan your computer with a licensed antispyware tool.

We would like to point out that was reported several months ago. These ad servers are bound to have really short lifespans. Thus, the chances are that has already been taken down by the forces that watch out for the Internet security. You might ask, what’s the point of talking about an ad server that is already offline? Well, the point is that these servers appear every single day. If they are generated by the same people, they will clearly work in the same way. Hence, when you read through this description, you will see that there are many things about you can apply to other ad servers, too.

For instance, the way your browser settings get modified to accommodate commercial ads works the same for most of the ad servers, included. Users often trigger pop-ups that redirect them to and other similar domains when they visit websites that support third-party advertising. That’s usually sites that offer free content. So, if you’re on a page that offers free videos, don’t be surprised if your browsing or viewing session gets interrupted by random pop-ups. What’s more, some users might even think that those pop-ups are part of the website they are on.

This is partially the reason users get tricked into clicking the notification buttons when the pop-ups appear. When users think that the pop-up is associated with the website they have been browsing, they are less likely to read what the notifications have to say. And so, if there is an Allow button on that notification, users might just click it thinking they will see more of the content they want. It is somewhat true, considering that and other ad servers employ web browsing history tracking. So, eventually, you will be seeing ads that are related to your likes and preferences, but it’s probably not the kind of content you want to see when you clicked the Allow button.

In a sense, this kind of content promotion is not illegal. Everything happens with user’s permission, even if they are not aware of it. Also, doesn’t exactly try to infect you with malware or anything like that. It just promotes third-party content because that’s how it gets paid. And each time you interact with that content, you help the people behind these ad servers make money. That happens because they employ the pay-per-click system.

There is a downside to this as well. To be honest, we wouldn’t be writing this entry if everything were peachy with this. The problem with is that it cannot, and it does not check whether its ads promote safe content. It only provides the advertising space, but anyone could make use of it. And so, sometimes might come with corrupted links that redirect you to potentially harmful websites. Malware infection through ads is very unlikely, but the possibility is always there, so it would be for the best to not take your chances.

You can get rid of the annoying ads by resetting your browser to default. You can do that by following our guidelines. If you don’t want to deal with it on your own, you can employ a powerful security tool that will locate all the suspicious and potentially harmful entries for you. It will also restore your browser’s settings. Not to mention that you should clearly scan your PC in search for other unwanted programs. If more malicious programs are found, you can terminate them automatically. Do all you can to protect your system from outside threats and stay away from potentially hazardous websites.

How to Restore My Browser


  1. Press Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click Advanced at the bottom.
  3. Press Restore settings to their original defaults.
  4. Click Reset settings.


  1. Press Alt+H and go to Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox at the top right of the new tab.
  3. Press Refresh Firefox and click Finish.


  1. Click the three dots at the top right corner.
  2. Go to Settings and click Reset settings on the left.
  3. Select Restore settings to their original values.
  4. Click Reset.
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