Ads Removal Guide

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Category: Adware is an advertising network showing Ads. There are several possible reasons why you were exposed to these commercial advertisements. First, you could have entered an untrustworthy domain that redirected you straight to the Ads domain with advertisements. Second, you opened directly by, for example, clicking on its link located on the search results page opened to you when performing web searches. Third, malware entered your system successfully. You must remove Ads as soon as possible. In some cases, it might be enough to stop visiting dubious domains causing redirections to Ads or clicking on suspicious links you are presented with when you surf the web; however, it will definitely not be enough to close the web browser you use to make ads gone from your screen if you have some kind of malicious application active on your system. In such a case, you will need to discover and erase bad software from your system to make sure that Ads are no longer displayed to you. It is unclear what kind of untrustworthy program opens the advertising network, but, according to specialists working at, the chances are high that it is an advertising-supported application (adware) or a similar untrustworthy program.

Without a doubt, Ads might bring you a lot of problems, so, please, ignore all the ads coming from the advertising service. Specialists say that these ads might try to convince you that malware was detected on your PC and you can delete it only with special software. Also, you might see ads promoting untrustworthy applications – they will, of course, be presented as good ones. Last but not least, you might see ads promoting adult websites or dating websites. It seems that does not show advertisements directly because it causes further redirections to such domains as,,,,, and others. Do not click on any of the ads you see in any event because you might install malicious software on your computer with the single click. Do not provide any of your personal details as well even if the advertisement you see tells you that you can win iPhone or another expensive item by simply entering your name, surname, and email address.

Researchers have discovered that 81.67 % of all the users who encounter Ads are taken to this advertising domain against their will from adult websites, e.g.,,, and The rest of the users visit this domain directly. For example, they click on its link, or they have undesirable software opening it automatically from time to time installed on their computers. Malicious applications usually arrive on users’ computers in malicious software bundles. In most cases, they are spread next to other applications, so they manage to enter systems unnoticed. Of course, we do not say that you could not have downloaded and installed some kind of untrustworthy program yourself by mistake too. The history might repeat itself again if you ignore the security problem you have, i.e., new malicious software can enter your system illegally. We are sure you do not want this to happen, so we highly recommend that you go to install a powerful application for ensuring your PC’s maximum protection today. As long as it is kept active, all malware attempts to enter your system will be unsuccessful.

The Ads removal method you need to adopt depends on the reason you see those disturbing ads on your screen. For example, if you are redirected to against your will from another domain, stop visiting it immediately. If you keep opening this advertising domain yourself unintentionally, be more careful so that you would not click on its link again. Finally, if you see Ads even when you do not surf the web, this might suggest that there is malware installed on your system – remove it as soon as possible. In case you do nothing, you will not only see advertisements on your screen, but you might also experience other problems. Additionally, other threats might find it easier to enter your system too because of the active malware on your computer.

Delete Ads

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Select the suspicious program and click Remove.

Windows 7/Vista/8/8.1/10

  1. Press two buttons Win and R simultaneously on your keyboard.
  2. Type Control Panel in the command line and click OK.
  3. Click Uninstall a program.
  4. Select the untrustworthy application.
  5. Click Uninstall.

Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Press Alt+T.
  3. Click Internet Options in the Tools menu.
  4. Click the Advanced tab.
  5. Click Reset.
  6. Put a tick in the Delete personal settings checkbox.
  7. Click Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press Alt+H.
  3. When you open the Help menu, select Troubleshooting information from it.
  4. Click Refresh Firefox at the top of the page.
  5. Click the Refresh Firefox button.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Press Alt+F.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Scroll to the very bottom of the page, click Advanced.
  5. Click the Reset button.
  6. Click Reset in the confirmation box.
Download Remover for Ads *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter. Ads technical info for manual removal:

Files Modified/Created on the system:

# File Name File Size (Bytes) File Hash
1MAJTuto.exe3015168 bytesMD5: 8d6c1e70004efc97710697aa9450130a
2upr.exe37376 bytesMD5: 6c3c91cde8e2d53f05e6ec16ebe03acb
3IEError.exe18696 bytesMD5: 1c20315e86ecfb4b04d4969548195b7e
4WombatUpdater.exe80896 bytesMD5: 817468b3e01928ee9a64557657ff4f11
5ReminderFoxUpdater.exe18432 bytesMD5: dcd47436476140ecc3998672c0b85be3
620dollars2surf.exe89088 bytesMD5: 3c894306af4b6b630d106a2f89336069
7mngr.exe2402840 bytesMD5: 83de1aba61074da70f5011d28610b18d
8dlprotect.exe12800 bytesMD5: 405086033107e126371536fb5e558b50
9ScriptHost.dll244736 bytesMD5: 31504cff43d737434df748c19acb5b78
10fiber.js9767 bytesMD5: 766505bdafb3bc8fdd4211422b33e2d3
11lsdprn.exe268600 bytesMD5: 99468f9f7323dfc85ddfdd37ed4cbf50
12ieplug.dll130048 bytesMD5: 88e302d6e08f5686516bf1a777bc3ae6
13applications.exe2251856 bytesMD5: 7ce998f2662507343a211bd5ba8e8ecc
14NCdownloader.exe270848 bytesMD5: ece8676d382dd3d96367144f867c292e
15contentagent.exe108032 bytesMD5: 802aff4c0ccd0cbe2c9d8ca84b7c5ec9
16AutoUpdater.exe75776 bytesMD5: bd9c3f241df8dbd5c6eca1f0bda10553
17chrome-links.exe16152 bytesMD5: 0150918679d3501aa7c1275d500311f1
18monitorsvc.exe34244 bytesMD5: 8717fa628a749175a7ef127df2c012fc
19PCProtect.dll293984 bytesMD5: f03faec422b8e51280c6643b95325a36
20Updater.exe280128 bytesMD5: 2fa6e4f7fd15961eb9775df4525677a7
21BDL.dll318808 bytesMD5: de36c357b57408da7e832ba9a41bd6be
22Toast.exe1255145 bytesMD5: 6bcecab65d4d0dabfbf232169ba86f44
23AdbFlashIA2.exe5510254 bytesMD5: 8f1baefe21efcec60ce2729411c663ae
24UpdateService.exe210432 bytesMD5: 801ef8825501de76081687260fa6525b
25GoogleUpdate.exe68608 bytesMD5: d858ba2ee718b1db1ced20646e641d08
26Assistant_x64.dll2759168 bytesMD5: 7464ba51bdf2a44ce54dc0d7940d5cc9
27PCProtect.exe1265608 bytesMD5: c231bea86e6ec4c6510c99de9dd6d6fa
28openinstall.exe537960 bytesMD5: ea5bcd0a64ae59788bcc7df1aa4e4395
29%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Browser Manager
30flashEnhancer.dll177664 bytesMD5: 2f0599bdc6448a822bf88a0d575a7dfc
31regCheck.vbs420 bytesMD5: 54e3a82208f75fdf5e09d32bda2854df
32MSLSService.exe77824 bytesMD5: 138eb6d4cd62b44a07228d3f780bec51
33compatibilitychecksvc.exe87208 bytesMD5: beddb6b3304b67c142b776bdcb1922cb
34Win_Updater.exe405504 bytesMD5: f018792840c70c6b1d3a6983fba5e760
35toolserv.exe202872 bytesMD5: 7068d0dc90fd95505a2beef5c2f6320e
36%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Anti-phishing Domain Advisor
37Seventh.exe98491 bytesMD5: 329337eb086309f69389717b3b206e0c
38BitGuard.exe2845152 bytesMD5: 2d89abac9d439abad1e427a467f0687d
39openinst.exe414568 bytesMD5: 33650b8eacac894cf854e2d6c996550a
40stprss.exe14336 bytesMD5: 7f80234141850fb181a3dc6d3582425c
41ContentHost.dll417792 bytesMD5: fbc62c4c337a8576b88b5757772d1f16
43UpdateTask.exe94208 bytesMD5: ec63f649f7090f885ebd4770ffb92fcb
44OptimizerMonitor.exe1820240 bytesMD5: 2171440404e15e6a48eecccdffe88bfc
45Bind.exe503808 bytesMD5: 5004e1d136deaa741edf41310ac07f54
46clteyghuwphSystem.exe330752 bytesMD5: 2ed735852ceb497b508ebb818d2c6999
47host.exe536576 bytesMD5: da10fdfc1e3185b95c4a9f6e42638a23
48%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Browser Manager
49%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\Anti-phishing Domain Advisor
50plura_autorun.exe44032 bytesMD5: 658874198f2f04d7a203947b104ddf5e
51DFService.exe141312 bytesMD5: f884ade2532330098dd3076cb46d0f2e
52Sixth.exe74471 bytesMD5: 09916a7102c64d391210c032d0630ded
53wirtual.exe328192 bytesMD5: e9be03b0dfbb23de8497fe94bbfe4228
54DeltaFix.dll3978752 bytesMD5: 1cde1640c14a2bebd0f8d07ff8e896b9
55dnkt.exe852784 bytesMD5: a55e68f42a52de04985e7b95f5a57f73
56VirusRemover.exe301869 bytesMD5: 3bb4a261f6054f5e44e9b5793e3e494b
57CompTmp.exe410624 bytesMD5: 425518cd6e327647ae1bb4db1680bea4
58webmakerplus.exe4153344 bytesMD5: e482ec510e409ed43fd2a1b33ab1beee
59DocUnzipUpdt.exe202752 bytesMD5: 8cb01a6c98105a70c3e9218742e59853
60Autoload.exe48128 bytesMD5: 09de3cb9af1bddcc60f986440efe98f1
61systerm32.exe640000 bytesMD5: 695199465f314ce6ee79b2946a467797
62VideoEklenti.exe400384 bytesMD5: 58951b52cfa5289c5472f3fe86969749
63%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
64%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\pgafcinpmmpklohkojmllohdhomoefph
65wprotectmanager.exe499856 bytesMD5: e9986e9adb8d65b6ca30d80103f1f53c
66psupport.dll857600 bytesMD5: cd7b7d6a2dccff2c7d8714d42711ce7e
67PlusMo.exe387736 bytesMD5: 68da20779a2cb40b8dd425cb0d4d80b3
68smp2.exe271872 bytesMD5: b5e39c00001b8388c07f0f1155844d0d
69browsemngr.exe2561488 bytesMD5: b98ef68b1e3dc5ac79a432900947ea2d
70windhcpclient.exe399544 bytesMD5: 8b54c1373a142ede08ab7dbe4f891b55
71%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
72%AppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\BrowserProtect
73ProtectExtension.exe65024 bytesMD5: a3ef1e191ecc5c9119cb8b240e661d1b
74timetasks.exe602624 bytesMD5: 51ae2fecf5e169bdcea312c53ff13aa2
75kometaup.exe1005112 bytesMD5: 776fbf373bf282867eec556dc91d68be
76litefile.bin2643720 bytesMD5: ce43fe2e53f1f1c45f442360dba30d01
77TorrentStat.exe520192 bytesMD5: ae0fbc96d2a0a6b480a3f6f8ebd0a4c1
79ProtectWindowsManager.exe528384 bytesMD5: 357a3a310bc75b9b57a7292847896015
80LiveUpdate.exe417792 bytesMD5: 388826610867fccaafe17e4492e61ad2
81safetynut.exe3582472 bytesMD5: 21d95f48f34324eb0b815fe70ba9ca44
82ScreenCapture.exe7514672 bytesMD5: 3772f7d4f27a10eebb74ee51b4769854
83playsetup.exe502632 bytesMD5: aa77a407932db269abc0b39daa3d10e5
84update1.dll352256 bytesMD5: 81cd0ded656336182baa5d15a9e6faf8
85yContentFilterService.exe215040 bytesMD5: cf5c08d1df2b41b6d01efa35bdf64933
86lmservice.exe293400 bytesMD5: 9aee86334f8b21d23b467fff36e93db9
87VideoUsage.exe1284736 bytesMD5: e652f887f637ed73108b901c37259302
88Client.exe1932000 bytesMD5: bd1d41c1d1ae157e6b1a202d9eebe739
89SyncPulseManager.exe416256 bytesMD5: 7e50a0fee9d6bfe6f2705b7e902ddd2b
90winclient32.exe639488 bytesMD5: 10b2a4f40e30705469ceabaf5acc3e7b
91safebrowser.exe89186 bytesMD5: dc9862d899a7da04d9fb12a732416fbc
92ALiBaBar.dll970240 bytesMD5: e18997873ddf51bc377342d69f230f44
93wabEventSupport16.dll30208 bytesMD5: 3143d3e7e4cb7c189a7267253509c7f1
94Downloader.dll145408 bytesMD5: 5d03078c82d71dd14b61278d78583e08
95bi_client.exe230480 bytesMD5: a89c8a8a9130fafd2000ed64d4cafe2e
96%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\pgafcinpmmpklohkojmllohdhomoefph
97uninstaller.exe1114624 bytesMD5: 8c7fb9078a63b7e5e899e7a2dbb0db53
98update.exe69632 bytesMD5: 37e3b851dfc881424f4d80c452d11685
99TimeTasksSetup.exe297148 bytesMD5: 89fdeebcbffb08d46c4754d976c01781
100RGMUpdater.exe28160 bytesMD5: e3bbbffe693682d76cee4e09c1e0b1be
101SafeUpdater.exe3015168 bytesMD5: 1f2880e2ee5aa1c3f4fa680a68b3837f
102inspasio.exe626688 bytesMD5: dfecd29bb8e98a892224890587443a23
103uninstall_Winservices.exe431104 bytesMD5: 5bb38a91b175af871d5351cc2c534904
104optimizer.exe2964088 bytesMD5: 533c7145bb93ebba336f0ba5d92e1879
105usetting.exe862208 bytesMD5: 4d48d1ca14029ae3587c5adebad6f9e4
106PackerV2.exe5166592 bytesMD5: a22959c31417d9952429aff5ac6f772e
107R003.exe190552 bytesMD5: fafca7f5c8a6cc270c2c29ffe438ae78
108BrowserProtect.exe2469992 bytesMD5: 4c260de6b554a670546578426bb0c604
109sv.exe390464 bytesMD5: 933c9ab95b4699976247182edc573ba7
110brfilterdrv.sys53568 bytesMD5: 87fbb6f5effc014fade31c1a5677d1e4
111%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\BrowserProtect
112NTS.exe228352 bytesMD5: b9c8eb252dd214cdb14865166cbc3cf1

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