What is

If you end up on a webpage at while browsing the web, it could mean that your computer is infected with malicious programs. According to our malware researchers at, this is an adware server that can harm your computer in a number of ways if you engage with its content. It is one thing that you could be scammed into thinking that you can win money after revealing your e-mail address and other personal information that could be misused by schemers. But unfortunately you could also drop multiple security threats onto your system or become more exposed to unsafe third-party web content while browsing the web. Therefore, we suggest that you remove before you get unlucky and your system refuses to work properly.

Where does come from?

When you get redirected to malicious websites, there is always a good chance that your computer is infected with malware. Namely, your PC could be infected with adware programs, browser hijackers, or any other malicious threats that are capable of displaying third-party ads or redirecting you to certain websites. If this is the case, you will understand why it is so important that you keep your system clean of potential threats. Therefore, we advise you to scan your system with a proper online malware scanner to find all potential threat sources if you want to delete from your computer.

It is also possible though that you are presented with malicious advertisements when you visit suspicious websites associated with gaming, dating, or file sharing. This can happen even accidentally when you search for free files or applications to download and the search engine you use returns with results that may contain links to malicious and fake websites. You should know that such links can show up even on the most reputable search engine results pages as well, including Google, Yahoo, and Bing. If you are taken to an unfamiliar questionable website, it is quite easy to click on unreliable content that could result in your redirection to this adware server in question or download a malicious package.

How does work?

For starters, it is not even easy to end up on, which is the full address of this threat, because your browser may block it right away. At least, this should happen if your browser is updated. And, this is why it is so important to keep all your browsers and drivers up-to-date because otherwise you may be able to load such malicious pages with ease. But let us say you manage to end up on this site; you will see a blue toolbar at the top of the page resembling Facebook to make you feel that you are on a safe and reliable page. Below this bar you can see a sort of wheel of fortune that you can spin by clicking on the assigned button named evidently “Spin.”

This page is an obvious scam. It offers you an opportunity to win 1,600 EUR by spinning this wheel. However, apart from trying to get some personal data from you, including your e-mail address, you may also drop some threats onto your system or be exposed to more potentially harmful advertising while surfing the web. This is why we advise you to keep away from this adware server and any websites or malware programs that can redirect you there. If you want to keep your system protected, you should remove as soon as possible.

How can I delete

In order to eliminate this annoying threat you need to check your system for malware programs that could possibly redirect you to this harmful scam page. You can go through your installed programs list in Control Panel as well as the extension lists in your browsers to find any applications that seem shady. You can use our search box at the top to find a description for whatever programs you find suspicious. If it is a threat, we most likely have it in our database. Please use our instructions below to uninstall any unwanted applications via Control Panel. If you want to make sure that no malicious programs are hiding on your system anymore and your computer stays secure, we suggest that you download and install a malware removal tool.

Remove from Windows

Windows 10

  1. Press the Windows key on your keyboard and choose Settings.
  2. Select System and pick Apps & features in the left panel.
  3. Click on the application in the list and press Uninstall.

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1

  1. Press Win+X and choose Programs and features.
  2. Click on the application in the list and press Uninstall.

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Press the Windows button on the Taskbar and go to Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program.
  3. Click on the application in the list and press Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Access the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Pick Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Click on the application in the list and press Remove.
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