What is is a Russian news portal on the front but it is indeed an adware server that malware infections, such as adware programs, may use to redirect you to questionable websites to generate web traffic and thus make money for its creators. It is possible that you will not even see this URL in your browser as the redirection can take place in a matter of a second. Our malware specialists at have found that this Russian adware server is not even totally new as it is an identical clone of,, and This news portal could be just a “cover story” as we have discovered that the news pieces there are all plagiarized. This page also has a search engine that could present to you modified search results that could pose a threat to your virtual security. All in all, this adware server could put your computer at risk if you do not act right now. We recommend that you remove from your computer immediately.

Where does come from?

There are two possible ways for you to end up on a potentially unreliable website promoted by this adware server. First, it is possible that you click on a corrupt link or advertisement while surfing the web and get redirected right away. In this case, you may get away with it by simply closing the browser tab or the whole window unless by redirecting to a promoted page an infection is dropped onto your system upon loading. Second, it is more likely that you have infected your computer with an adware program or a browser hijacker that is capable of redirecting you to

If there is such an infection on board, it is quite likely that you will find other malware threats as well since these are usually spread in packages. In order for you to infect your PC with a malicious bundle, you either need to click on the wrong third-party content or download a free program from the wrong source. Third-party advertisements can be rather misleading sometimes. When you end up on a suspicious shareware, torrent, online gambling, gaming, or dating page, you can be exposed to several ads. These are not only annoying but they can be quite risky to click on. Unfortunately, such content is not always obviously malicious. For example, a banner or pop-up ad may look like a plugin installation notice or a software updater.

If you are an inexperienced computer user, you may fall for this trick and actually believe that there is a plugin missing and that is why you cannot view some content on a page. So you click to install this alleged plugin; however, you would simply drop a bundle installer onto your system. The same can happen when you click on a fake download or navigational button, or if you click in an input field (e.g., search field) on such a shady website. Since it is possible that there are a couple of different kinds of malware threats on your system, we advise you to delete first and then, run a reliable online malware scanner to find all other potentially harmful programs, too.

How does work?

As we have already explained, this adware server can be accessed by corrupt links or malware infections that can redirect you to this server. These redirections have their own codes, such as, which can be the identification code for the affiliate who promotes the chosen content. In fact, this adware server can present to you location sensitive websites, which means that if your IP address shows that if you are residing in the US, you will most probably see American websites in your browser. Redirections are not only annoying but you may put your system at risk by landing on questionable websites. Since this Russian news portal cannot be trusted, the advertisements and promoted websites it may show you or redirect you to should not be trusted either. In fact, you may drop infections or end up in the center of an online scam if you end up on the wrong website. If you want to feel safe in your virtual kingdom, we suggest that you do not hesitate to remove from your computer.

How do I delete

Since we have not been able to identify any particular adware program or other malware to be linked with this adware server, we suggest the following. First of all, you should check the start-up task if you can find any suspicious one that could be related and delete it. Then, you can reset your browsers because it is also possible that an extension is responsible for this redirection. Please use our instructions below if you are ready to act. If all these still do not seem to solve your problem, we also recommend that you check your list of installed programs in Control Panel and uninstall the suspicious applications. Since protecting your PC is of utmost importance, we suggest that you install a reliable anti-malware program, such as SpyHunter.

How to remove from Windows

Remove suspicious scheduled tasks related to

  1. Tap Win+E.
  2. Open %WINDIR%\Tasks and %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks directories to identify tasks that may be related to this adware server.
  3. Delete all suspicious tasks.
  4. Empty your Recycle bin.
  5. Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc to open your Task Manager.
  6. Choose the Start-up tab.
  7. Select any suspicious programs in the list and press Disable.
  8. Exit the Task Manager.

Reset your browsers

Mozilla Firefox

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

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and choose Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click the Advanced link.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom and click Reset.
  4. Press Reset in the pop-up.

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+X and go to Internet Options.
  2. On the Advanced tab, and click Reset.
  3. Select Delete personal settings.
  4. Click Reset and select Close. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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