What is is not an infection by itself. It is an adware server that can be used by a number of adware applications. If you are constantly being redirected to this website, you mostly likely have an unwanted program installed on your PC. Hence, to avoid this domain, you need to take care of the potential threat that is running on your system. When you remove the adware program in question, will disappear from your browser as well. There might be more reasons this adware server appears on your browser, and we will cover them in the article below.testtesttest

Where does come from?

The most common reason users see the pop-up is an adware program. Currently, our research specialists cannot point out one exact application that could be using the adware server. What’s more, there might be several programs using the adware server to display commercial content. Although such information is rather vague, we can tell you how to protect yourself from adware programs.

It is very often that adware programs come in software packages that users download from file-sharing pages. Perhaps we have mentioned this quite often before, but it is always a good idea to point out this time and again. You have to be careful when you download apps from third-party sources because the third-party installers may add additional programs that may end up exposing you to corrupted and unreliable content. The bottom line is that you need to steer clear from file-sharing sites to avoid adware. Also, if you recently installed some freeware app, it is very likely that it arrived with an adware program that uses

Aside from freeware bundles, adware server pop-ups can appear on your screen if you open some website that supports such pop-ups. Our research team usually says that those “suspicious” websites, and by “suspicious” they mean pages that usually promote unfamiliar software and other seemingly easily accessible content. Usually, such pages are full of pop-up ads and other flashy content that is supposed to catch your attention. Clicking on something can easily open a pop-up that redirects you to If that is the case, then you do not need to remove anything from your PC. To get away from the adware server, you just need to close the pop-up.

What does do?

As far as the question above is concerned, the adware server itself does not do anything. It is being used either by a website or an adware program to promote commercial content. The server also does not have a say in what content is being promoted. It is like a tool that can be used for anything.

At the moment, the adware server is used to promote a fake survey that is supposed to help users win an iPhone X. Clicking the survey will redirect you further to It is very likely that the next website will register your visit, which can be considered somewhat invasive, depending on what they would end up doing with that information.

Although this adware server can reach anyone in the world, currently the most affected countries include Pakistan, Syria, Tunisia, Croatia, Morocco, and Serbia. Thus, it is more likely that freeware hosting websites that users from those countries visit often are part of the adware distribution network. And if you live in any of the aforementioned countries and you often indulge in freeware installation; your chances of eventually “meeting” are pretty high.

Constant exposure to unreliable content can lead to a variety of undesirable consequences. One of them is a malware infection. Hence, you need to make sure that you do not get redirected to again.

How do I remove

As mentioned, you need to identify and terminate the program that could be responsible for redirecting you to If you do not know which programs installed on your system could be treacherous, you can scan your PC with the SpyHunter free scanner to determine it.

For the most part, it should be possible to remove the unwanted programs manually, and we will leave you with the removal instructions for it. However, if you do not want to deal with it on your own, you can always delete the unnecessary and potentially harmful apps with a licensed antispyware tool.

Manual Software Removal

Windows 8.1 & Windows 10

  1. Press Win+R and type Control panel. Click OK.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove potential threats.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program and remove unwanted applications.

Windows XP

  1. Click the Start button and navigate to Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Add or remove programs and uninstall unwanted apps. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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