What is is one of the so-called adware servers that redirect the user to questionable web pages, which might contain untrustworthy advertisements from the threat’s third-party associates. Consequently, it could interrupt your browsing or introduce you to possibly malicious ads. This is why we believe it would be best not to leave it unattended and make sure it is removed from the browser it affects as soon as possible. Naturally, such a task could appear to be a bit tricky for some users, so at the end of this report, you will find instructions explaining how to eliminate manually. However, if staying away from threats alike is also your goal, we recommend that you continue reading the article to get to know this adware network better.test

Where does come from?

Since is most likely targeted at people from Russia, our researchers at have a reason to think it might be spread with unreliable Russian applications. Users could acquire such software while using P2P file-sharing networks, clicking questionable pop-up ads, and so on. If you proceed with the installation without reading any terms given on the configuration wizard or click pop-up ads without finding out what they actually offer, you may receive browser hijackers, adware, potentially unwanted programs, or more dangerous threats without even realizing it. Thus, if you cannot resist downloading installers from non-legitimate web pages, we urge you to at least be more attentive during the process and review all given terms with caution. As for users who are willing to acquire a legitimate antimalware tool, they could protect the device by keeping it up to date, doing regular system scans, checking suspicious data with it before opening it, etc.

How does work? might modify some of your browser’s settings or add scheduled tasks to load the adware network whenever it needs to. Nevertheless, you may see this website for just a couple of moments as soon you could be redirected to other adware servers or websites (e.g.,, etc.). What you might find on such web pages is ads promoting scandalous stories, articles about how to be slim, and other doubtful third-party content. No doubt, after clicking such advertisements you would be redirected again to particular web pages. Our specialists believe that by showing this content, the creators of the adware server are trying to create fake traffic to its partners' websites and so increase their popularity. The problem is there are no reassurances the third-party sites you get redirected to will not be possibly malicious. Therefore, it is entirely possible the ads could introduce you to scam web pages or websites distributing malware, and so on. Under such circumstances, we would advise not to waste any time with and erase at once.

How to remove

As usual, there are two ways to erase the threat: delete it manually or while using automatic features. Those who prefer dealing with manually should have a look at the instructions available below this paragraph; they list all necessary steps that should be completed to restore the affected browser and make sure the adware network does not come back. If you prefer using automatic features, we would recommend installing a legitimate antimalware tool of your choice. Once it is ready to use, you should start a full system scan and wait for the report to appear. Then, the user may click the deletion button, and the tool should eliminate the threat and other unreliable applications it detects during the scan automatically.

Get rid of

 Erase suspicious scheduled tasks

  1. Tap Windows Key+E.
  2. Check the following directories:
  3. See if you can find tasks belonging to the adware network.
  4. Right-click such tasks separately and select Delete.
  5. Leave File Explorer.
  6. Right-click the Recycle bin and empty it.

Restore the affected browser

Internet Explorer

  1. Click Alt+X and access Internet Options.
  2. Pick the Advanced tab to click on Reset.
  3. Select Delete personal settings.
  4. Click Reset and press Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Select the Help icon (top-right corner).
  2. Navigate to Troubleshooting information.
  3. Choose Refresh Firefox.
  4. Select Refresh Firefox once more.
  5. Press Finish.

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and open Settings.
  2. Scroll down to select Advanced.
  3. Slide below and choose Reset.
  4. Click Reset to finish. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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