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Category: Browser Hijackers is a known adware server through which you get redirected to before being redirected to other websites that can pose a threat to your computer’s security. Hence, is an unreliable adware server because it can subject you to malicious content such as scam sites and sites featuring malware downloads. Therefore, you ought to remove whatever software you have on your PC that redirects you through it to show promoted content. For more information on this adware server, please continue reading.

While it is still unknown how can get onto your PC, we assume that its creators might have published an application designed specifically to carry this adware server onto your PC. This application might come bundled with third-party software and featured on dedicated freeware distributing websites. The bundled software installers featured on those sites can install the application that carries by default, so remember always to select advanced or custom installation settings when installing software from unknown sources. We have received information that the locations where this adware server is prevalent, the most include India and Indonesia which make up 40.8 % and 16.6 % of all visits respectively.

If you get the potentially unwanted program that redirects you to this adware server on your PC, then it will, in turn, redirect you to various third-party websites that may not be legitimate and safe. This adware server can potentially redirect you to scam websites, fake online shopping websites that extract online banking credentials, sites that feature malicious software downloads such as fake Adobe Flash update websites. You can also be redirected to fake surveys that can try to extract personal information from you. The undesirable software on your PC can redirect you through to those sites while you browse the web regardless of whether you use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Internet Explorer.

This adware server was created for promotional purposes only, so its main goal is to generate ad revenue and, in order to do that, it might have been configured to collect some information about you to help them assign personalized ads. This adware server might obtain anonymous information such as your search queries entered in search engines, browsing history, links clicked, Internet Protocol (IP) address, Internet Service Provider (ISP) domain name, browser type, operating system type, and so on. All of this information can be collected by the secretive software on your computer that transmits it to the adware server for processing. As a result, you may see personalized ads that can be rather appealing. However, you should not interact with the websites might redirect you to because, as indicated above, their contents can pose a threat to your privacy and your computer’s security.

We hope that you found this article interesting and now know what is all about. Its unknown creators use it to redirect unwary users to promoted websites and generate ad revenue as a result. However, the content it subjects people can be unreliable and downright malicious. Therefore, to be on the safe side of things, we recommend that you remove the software loading We recommend using SpyHunter’s free scanner to detect the software and then going to the location of the malware to delete it manually.

Removal Guide

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Go to
  3. Download SpyHunter-Installer.exe and install it.
  4. Launch it and select Scan Computer Now!
  5. Then, hold down Windows+E keys.
  6. Enter the file path of the malicious file(s) in the File Explorer’s address box and press Enter.
  7. Right-click the malicious file(s) and click Delete.
  8. Empty the Recycle Bin.
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*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.

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