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If commercial advertisements coming from the Moatads advertising domain bother you every day and you cannot get rid of them, it means that you a) keep visiting some kind of dubious page that contains these ads or b) you have encountered some kind of malicious application. Unfortunately, it is usually the latter case, as specialists working at have noticed. We believe that malware has successfully entered your computer and modified the hosts file right away too. If you take no action, irritating commercial advertisements will keep appearing on your screen, and you might even be one day exposed to potential threats. This is one of the main reasons we cannot allow you to live with Moatads advertisements on your screen. We do not promise that it will be easy to eliminate those ads, but we are sure you will still make them all gone with our help, so start the removal procedure immediately after you finish reading this article. Read more »



It has been revealed that Setli is more than a DNS settings manager that claims to allow you to access restricted content and protects your online privacy. Research has revealed that it has been configured to collect information about you, so it is recommended that you remove it because its ads are annoying and invasive. On top of that, some of them may subject you to malicious content, so you should not take that risk. As an adware, type program it is considered malware, so you ought to get rid of it as soon as possible, but if you want to learn more about it, please see the information presented below. Read more »


Demoney might promise you will “start making a lot of money in no time” if you install it, but in reality what you may receive is nothing more than irritating third-party advertisements. Apparently, it was reported the extension could replace advertisements shown by the web pages you are visiting with the ads from its third-party partners. As a result, computer security specialists decided the program should fall under the classification of adware. So far it can be encountered only by those who search the Internet with Google Chrome, but we will talk more about Demoney’s distribution methods later in the text. If you continue reading our report, you will also learn about the adware’s working manner and the ways it can be erased. Naturally, users who already chose to get rid of this unreliable extension should slide a bit below the text and follow the provided deletion steps. Read more »

Google Security Warning

Fictitious security warnings have been on the rise recently, and one of them is the misleading Google Security Warning. Our research team has recently analyzed this bogus warning, and, unsurprisingly, it was discovered that it is 100% fictitious. It was created by schemers who want nothing more than to scam you. Unfortunately, in this case, it is hard to say exactly what would happen if you called the fictitious helpline number shown in the alert. The schemers answering your call could trick you into doing all kinds of things. For example, they could trick you into sharing personal information that might include full name, credit card information, home address, telephone number, and so on. Since the schemers should pose as “Windows” technicians, you might reveal information about yourself without even suspecting a scam. Unfortunately, that might not be the worst outcome. Please continue reading to learn how dangerous it is to communicate with schemers and if you need to delete Google Security Warning-related infections. Read more » Redirect Redirect can be considered an adware server that is used by third-party applications to distribute commercial content. It means that if you see this domain on your browser, you have been redirected to it by some program or by some website that indulges in third-party advertising. The bottom line is that the adware sever is not a direct computer infection. In order to avoid Redirect, you need to look for ways to protect yourself and your computer from various security threats. For that, you should consider acquiring a powerful antispyware program that will cater to all your needs. Read more » is an advertising domain that delivers advertisements to users. You might be redirected to it from some kind of untrustworthy domain against your will, or the presence of the annoying ads with in the URL bar might be one of the first signs showing that an untrustworthy application has entered your system successfully and now works actively on it. Most likely, it is an adware program, but, of course, we cannot guarantee that this domain is not related to another program. If you are sure you see ads not because you have opened/been redirected to this domain against your will, you should start searching for malicious software active on your computer today because it is definitely not a piece of cake to find it, and there is nothing else you can do to stop the flow of disturbing advertisements coming from the advertising service. No matter how hard it is to detect and remove untrustworthy applications, you cannot let advertisements appear on your screen periodically because some of them might redirect you straight to unreliable pages, and it will be too late to do something about that then. Read more »


It does not mean that your computer is infected with Yahlover.worm if you see a window claiming that this nasty infection has been detected and such personal details as passwords, credit card information, and browsing history might be compromised at any time. According to specialists at, it is more likely that you have been exposed to a scam if you see the Yahlover.worm alert. Cyber criminals usually create them seeking to scare users into dialing the number provided. More gullible users make a call and spend money on useless software or provide personally-identifiable information to cyber criminals pretending to be certified technicians – do not be one of them. You should focus instead on the detection and removal of malicious software showing the fake Yahlover.worm warning. You could have been presented with this alert because you have ended up on a domain distributing it against your will, e.g., after clicking on some kind of corrupted link too, but our researchers have revealed that more people who see fake warnings on their screens periodically have malicious software installed on their computers. Nobody knows anything about that malware, so do not expect that its detection and removal will be a piece of cake. Read more » is an adware server, and it is not a malicious computer infection. The server can be used by adware programs and other applications that promote commercial content. Getting exposed to this domain does not automatically mean that you will be infected with malware. However, you may encounter particular security issues that you should not overlook. Hence, you should take all the precaution measures to avoid the negative consequences that may occur when you get redirected to For more information on how to deal with these redirections, please scroll down to the bottom of this description. Read more » Ad

You might not pay a lot of attention to Ad at first because it will appear as a link on a pop-up that jumps into your screen when you open some website. However, if you see that you are being redirected to, there is a very good chance that you have a number of potential threats on your system. This domain is not an infection itself. It is an adware server that will be used by various programs to promote commercial content. This kind of activity is very annoying and potentially harmful because you can always be exposed to the potentially harmful content. Read more »

Un-stop Adware

Un-stop Adware

Un-stop Adware is, as its name suggests, an ad-supported application; however, it does have a main function, which is supposed to give users access to blocked websites. This could be a great tool for those whose country does not allow access to certain websites. The problem is that our malware researchers at have classified this threat source as an adware program because it can use proxy servers to show you all kinds of questionable third-party ads. If you have noticed an increasing number of commercials in your browsers while surfing the web, this adware could be the reason behind it. It seems that this adware program mainly targets the US but do not be surprised to get infected with it if you are anywhere else in the world. This malware infection can infiltrate your system without your knowledge and start gathering information about you in order to display relevant advertisements for you. Since you may click on unreliable third-party content generated by this threat, we believe that it is important that you act now and remove Un-stop Adware from your PC. Before we tell you how you can do that, let us share some details about this infection so that you may be able to defend your system against similar threats in the future. Read more »