What is is a good example of what an adware server is and how it behaves. If you were to try and access this domain, you would see that it is no longer online. However, we would like you to use this adware server as an example of what could happen if you stray away from the safe path of web browsing. While such servers are not direct system security threats, there is a reason they get taken down immediately. Hence, use this entry as a warning, and learn how to stay away from potentially harmful third-party content.

Where does come from?

Such adware servers are often hiding in websites that display a lot of content for free. For instance, it could be some online gaming site or an online video streaming site, and if such content is available for free, it is very likely that the sites are full of random pop-ups that are there to help the sites to make some money to cover their server expenses. The truth is that there’s no list of such websites, and you just have to use common sense to avoid and other similar domains.

For one, it is clear that if you enter a page that is full of pop-ups and redirect windows, you should be cautious. Also, if you click anywhere on the site and suddenly a pop-up window shows up, you should either close the window immediately or read the contents on that window CAREFULLY before you interact with it. A lot of users get tricked into allowing adware into their computers because they think those pop-ups are part of the site, they’re on.

For instance, if you were about to open some video, and suddenly you see a pop-up that says you have to “prove you’re not a robot,” you might think that the pop-up is some authorization step on the site. Unfortunately, very few users check the domain address on pop-up windows. If you were to see there in the address bar, you would probably understand that it has nothing to do with the site you have been browsing, but many users just click the notification blindly, and so, they authorize browser modifications.

What does do?

Although such adware servers are not physically there on the affected system, the browser settings modifications are enough for these things to expose users to other third-party content. Based on our research, and other similar adware servers eventually display notifications on desktop in mini windows, offering all sorts of promotional material.

Needless to say, constant commercial ads interfere with your browsing experience, and even if it seems that they might offer something useful, it is still annoying nuisance. Not to mention that cannot review the content it promotes. This might come as a surprise, but adware servers are just conduit. They are used by other third parties to promote and deliver their content, so if someone malicious decides to make use of to spread their corrupt content, there’s nothing the server could do.

That’s actually one of the main reasons and other similar servers get taken down as soon as possible. Although they are not malicious in nature, they could be exploited for all sorts of malicious deeds. Hence, users should not tolerate adware components.

Of course, malware infection through adware is a very unlikely scenario, but you shouldn’t take any chances. Please remove all the adware components from your system right now and if you can, invest in a powerful antispyware tool.

How do I remove

As mentioned, isn’t exactly there on your computer, but you can delete all the components that make these annoying notifications appear on your screen. For that, we recommend resetting your browser to default. After that, run a full system scan with the SpyHunter free scanner. Aside from adware, you could also have potentially unwanted software and even malware installed, working silently in the background of your system. Hence, you have to do everything to make sure that your computer is safe and clean. And finally, don’t forget to stay away from websites that are bound to be related to adware and freeware distribution.

Manual Browser Reset


  1. Press Alt + F and navigate to Settings.
  2. Click Advanced at the bottom of the page.
  3. Press Restore settings to their original defaults.
  4. Click Reset settings.


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


  1. Click the three dots at the top right corner.
  2. Open Settings and select Reset settings on the left.
  3. Press Restore settings to their original values.
  4. Click Reset. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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