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Our cyber security experts took a look at an adware server called Shmokiads and concluded that its ads are unsafe. Therefore, you ought to remove whatever software is redirecting you to the sites promoted by this server. In the worst case scenario, this server can promote malicious software that you may be convinced is legitimate and download. Hence, you may install malware without even knowing it. It seems that Shmokiads’s owners promote anything and everything as long as they get paid, so you should not trust any of this server’s ads. For more information, please read this whole article. Read more »

Weather Inspect

At first sight, a program that goes by the name of Weather Inspect might seem like an application worthy of having up and running on your PC. On its official websites, developers present their product as an innovative, most useful, and accurate weather forecast tool that you can obtain. Unfortunately, that is not the whole story. After a thorough investigation, malware experts working at have concluded that this program is nothing more than yet another adware application disguised as a convenient tool to lure unsuspecting users into downloading and installing it without understanding its actual functionality. In reality, this piece of software will make turn your time online into a frustrating and bothersome experience, and that is not even the worst thing about it. As it turns out, this application could cause virtual security issues. Find out more about this ad-supported program to understand why its removal is critical. To delete Weather Inspect once and for all, make use of the detailed instructions that we present along with this report. Read more » is a Russian news portal on the front but it is indeed an adware server that malware infections, such as adware programs, may use to redirect you to questionable websites to generate web traffic and thus make money for its creators. It is possible that you will not even see this URL in your browser as the redirection can take place in a matter of a second. Our malware specialists at have found that this Russian adware server is not even totally new as it is an identical clone of,, and This news portal could be just a “cover story” as we have discovered that the news pieces there are all plagiarized. This page also has a search engine that could present to you modified search results that could pose a threat to your virtual security. All in all, this adware server could put your computer at risk if you do not act right now. We recommend that you remove from your computer immediately. Read more » is an adware server that can be used to expose users to all kinds of content, including promotional offers, surveys, and giveaways, or installers. It could also be used to boost traffic to sites that users would not visit on their own. Anyone can use this adware server, and it is likely that its administrator is paid money to push third-party offers. Unfortunately, it is unknown who controls this advertising domain, and it is unknown which parties could use it. When there are more questions than answers, it usually means that the service is unreliable, and it is very possible that unreliable parties are involved. Were you introduced to offers hosted on this adware server and were you redirected to random pages without your permission? If that is the situation you are in, there are at least two different scenarios you have to think about. One, you were redirected to by accident or if you were interacting with corrupted content. Second, malicious software installed on your PC is exposing you to these offers by force. In the case of the latter, you probably need to remove infections. Read more »

'44-8000-903-274' Pop-Ups

'44-8000-903-274' Pop-Ups

Are you convinced that your operating system is infected with malware because of the information represented via '44-8000-903-274' Pop-Ups? If you are, you might be thinking about calling this number. Well, researchers warn that that is the worst idea. Although malware might be running on your computer, you certainly do not need to be afraid of the infections represented via these pop-ups. That is because they have been created by schemers, and they are only meant to trick you into calling the number. If you do that, you could be charged a lot of money, and, most important, you could put your virtual security at risk. The schemers answering your call might be interested in collecting personal data, infecting your operating system with more malware, or taking over the control of the entire operating system. They certainly have no desire to assist you or help you remove allegedly active infections. In fact, you might have to delete '44-8000-903-274' Pop-Ups-related malware instead. Please keep reading to learn more about this. Read more »

Arcadelift Ads

Arcadelift Ads

If you see an excessive amount of unwanted third-party content while surfing the web, it could be an indication that your operating system is in connection with an adware server that goes by the name of Arcadelift Ads. In most cases, such connectivity signifies the fact that your PC is already infected with some intrusive piece of software, which initiates and keeps the connection intact. To understand why it is crucial to break such connectivity and what could happen if that is not done, make sure to read this detailed article as we provide valuable information gathered by our malware experts. Furthermore, we present a few virtual security tips that every user should take to improve their overall system security. Finally, our researchers have crafted a generic removal guide that you should use to delete the questionable program linked to Arcadelift Ads in just a few easy steps. Read more » Popup Popup is a fake alert that can be displayed in your browsers while you are browsing the web and end up on questionable websites. It is possible that you click on corrupt content to be redirected there but you may also be infected by adware programs that can do such redirections. In any case, it is important that you do not click the OK button on these pop-ups because you may install useless and possibly harmful browser extensions in return. Our malware experts at say that it is essential that you understand how this fake alert can show up on your screen and how you can avoid it so that you can prevent further infections from happening. Since the security of your system is our utmost priority, we recommend that you remove Popup from your computer. For more details, please read our full report to understand how you can protect your PC more efficiently against all kinds of malware threats. Read more »

Savingscool Proxy Hijack

Our cyber security experts have recently tested a program known as Savingscool Proxy Hijack which, as it turns out, is an adware-type application that was created for showing irritating, unwelcome promotional coupons of unknown origin. Hence, there is no telling whether they are safe to interact with and it is possible that some of its coupons can redirect you to questionable websites. Therefore, we think it would be wise to remove it altogether. However, before you do, you may want to get some background information on it. Read more » 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. Read more »

Cleanup Tool Ads

If you see an unusual amount of third-party web content while surfing the web, your PC might be in connection with an adware server known as Cleanup Tool Ads. Usually, such connectivity signifies that some sort of suspicious or even malicious program is up and running on your PC. One of the most annoying things in regards to being connected to this dubious server is the fact that surfing the web will become a much more frustrating experience. If that was not enough, you should also know that in some cases your operating system could be put in danger due to this suspicious connectivity. To understand how that could happen and what potential dangers you might face due to Cleanup Tool Ads server, make sure to read the rest of this report. Additionally, we provide a comprehensive removal guide that will help you break the devious connectivity. Read more »