What is is a good example of an adware domain that exposes users to potentially corrupted content. It is very likely that the website has been taken down by now, but there might be many other adware servers out there that exhibit similar performance. So, take this description as a cautionary tale about how you should avoid the likes of, and protect your personal information from potential exploitation. Please note that adware servers are not physically there on your computer, so you need to look for other potentially unwanted programs if you want to remove something.test

Where does come from?

It’s not clear who puts those adware servers online, but we have dealt with multiple other domains that were very similar to For instance,,,, and many other similar domains were also placed under the same adware server category. And just like, their life span was very short. These adware servers really are like shooting starts that shine bright (read: are annoying) for a time being, and then they just disappear. Most of the time, they disappear because they get taken down by domains that are exploited by these servers to promote them. Hence, it is clear that although is not a direct system security, this website could easily be used to promote corrupted content.

The problem with these adware servers is that users usually encounter them first-hand. And more often than not, users don’t understand that they have “met” an adware server. Now, why is that? It’s because usually pops up on some website that user is currently browsing. And the notification on the pop-up asks users to either prove they’re not a robot or allow notifications if they want to continue browsing the content they have been enjoying so far. Hence, if users do not look at the pop-up carefully, it is easy to think that has something in common with the website they are on. Consequently, they might think that they have to “allow notifications” to continue enjoying the content. Alas, this is how multiple adware servers manage to affect individual browser settings.

What does do?

So, we can already see that doesn’t really infect anyone’s computer. Users DO allow the notifications to appear on their browser, and the moment they click that button, they also give their permission for this server to modify their browser’s settings. When the settings are modified, can generate and display all sorts of on mini notification windows on the user’s desktop.

At first, it might seem that the system was infected with adware or something like that, but the truth is that users have authorized these notifications, and now they have to pay the price. For the most part, the notifications will be more annoying than dangerous, but the longer the adware components remain on your system, the more customized these notifications will become. And that’s where the real danger lies.

When you encounter customized ads, you are probably more likely to interact with them. To provide you with custom ads, will engage in browsing history collection. Sure enough, this adware server cannot collect personally identifiable information, but with the data logged, it can provide you with ads that you will probably find interesting. And on the surface, it might sound like a good deal. If you see something you like, you could find some product faster through these ads. However, the problem is that cannot guarantee that these outgoing links are safe. This adware server could be exploited by malevolent third parties for content distribution, and you should refrain from clicking on outgoing links exactly for that reason.

How do I remove

As mentioned, the adware server is not technically there, but you can remove all the adware components from your browser to stop these notifications from coming. You can use the instructions below to restore your browser settings to default. After that, we would also strongly recommend scanning your system with the SpyHunter free scanner. If you have more unwanted or dangerous programs installed, you might want to remove them all automatically. Take all the measures possible to protect your systema and your personal information from malicious exploitation.

Manual Browser Reset


  1. Press Alt + F and navigate to Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click Advanced.
  3. Click Restore settings to their original defaults.
  4. Click Reset settings on the confirmation box.


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


  1. Click the three-dot icon at the top right corner.
  2. Open Settings and click Reset settings on the left.
  3. Select Restore settings to their original values.
  4. Click Reset. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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