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We’re writing about the likes of to warn you about the incoming threat of ad servers. Luckily, is already taken down, but you are bound to encounter similar domains when you roam websites that display free content. Users have to be careful when they want to watch something or play something for free. Random pop-ups that jump into your screen could lead to a variety of security problems, and you don’t want to deal with that. Hence, restore your browser settings to default to remove tracking cookies and other settings that might expose you to various threats.

The sad part about ad servers is that users give their permission for these domains to display ads willingly. Of course, they often are not aware of that, or they think that they allow notifications that are part of some website they are currently visiting. Also, ad servers like might display a notification that says you have to click on a button to prove that you’re not a robot, or something like that. Curious and gullible users might click the button simply because they DO want to prove they’re not a robot. And, as a result, that would allow (or any other ad server for that matter) to display commercial ads.

Technically, commercial ads are more annoying than dangerous, but there are certain aspects of third-party advertising that raises security concerns. For instance, ad servers are not responsible for the ad content security. In other words, they provide the advertising space, but they do not review the outgoing links, and they do not know who embeds those links. As far as the likes of are concerned, as long as users click those links, that’s enough for them. Because ad servers employ the pay-per-click system to generate financial profit, so each time anyone clicks their ads, for them, it’s a win.

It might not be a win for the person who clicks the ads, however. As mentioned, does not review the content of their ads. If a malevolent third party exploits this security loop, innocent users might eventually land on a dangerous website. For the most part, it could be some marketing page that collects personal information for other schemes. However, in the worst-case scenario (which is, thankfully, highly unlikely), you could also be exposed to a malware distribution scheme. So, it would be rather disappointing if you were to get infected with ransomware or anything like that through an ad server.

Thus, to avoid something like you need to steer clear of websites that offer free content. If those sites come with multiple pop-up ads, it’s the first sign that they could be involved in ad server schemes. Also, you shouldn’t download programs from third-party sources. Of course, if a program you want to download is available for free, you might feel inclined to use any kind of source that appears at the top of your search result list. However, using official sources is always safer, as third-party installers tend to bundle unwanted applications.

While is not there on your computer, it still employs tracking cookies to collect data on your browsing history. You need to delete that data by restoring your browser settings to default. It is rather easy to achieve and you can do that by following our guidelines below. Also, we would strongly recommend scanning your computer with the SpyHunter free scanner. if you have more unwanted programs installed, you will be able to remove them automatically, thus protecting your system and your personal information from further exploitation.

How to Reset Your Browser

For Chrome

  1. Press Alt + F and go to Settings.
  2. Click Advanced at the bottom.
  3. Click Restore settings to their original defaults.
  4. Press Reset settings.

For Firefox

  1. Press Alt + H and go to Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox at the top right.
  3. Select Refresh Firefox and click Finish.

For Edge

  1. Press the three dots at the top right corner.
  2. Open Settings and press Reset settings on the left.
  3. Click Restore settings to their original values.
  4. Click Reset.
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