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Category: Browser Hijackers

If your browser keeps loading, you are most likely dealing with a Russian adware server. Our researchers say it may come as a redirect and it might be set as the user’s homepage. Its appearance could disturb your browsing since the advertising network might start redirecting you to other adware servers too. However, the worst part is that the web pages you get to visit might endanger the system because they could show potentially malicious advertising content or redirect you to the so-called scam web pages. Thus, we would advise our readers to get rid of this threat as soon as possible. If you feel up to the task, you could slide below the text and try to clean up the system with our recommended deletion steps, although before removing it you may want to read the rest of the article to learn more significant details about might set itself as the user’s homepage either through the browser settings or by hijacking its shortcut’s Target line. If that is the case, the user should see data related to the adware server added at the end of the browser’s Target line; users can access such information if they right-click the shortcut and choose Properties. What’s more, it is entirely possible the threat could create scheduled tasks in %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks directory. If the advertising network manages to do so, it could not only make your browser load, but also open it without your knowledge.

According to our researchers, the adware server could enter the system through redirects from other doubtful web pages. Consequently, we would advise users to avoid potentially malicious web pages to stay away from threats alike in the future. Of course, there are other ways this advertising domain may have settled in on your browser. Apparently, the threat might be traveling with suspicious applications. Usually, users receive such programs while downloading software installers from unreliable file-sharing web pages. If you do not pick advanced installation settings and review the given terms and suggestions, you can easily install untrustworthy software without even realizing it. Therefore, you should pay more attention the next time.

As we mentioned, in the beginning, the threat might start annoying the user right after it settles in since it might not only show him suspicious advertising content on but also redirect to other adware servers. Unfortunately, there you could encounter potentially malicious advertising content or ads leading to scam web pages. This is why it would be best not to click these ads no matter how tempting they appear to be. Otherwise, you may end up on a site distributing more adware, potentially unwanted applications, browser hijackers, or even malicious programs, while the so-called scam web pages might try to steal various sensitive information or convince purchasing questionable products.

Provided you do not wish to be redirected to unreliable web pages or see irritating advertising content from various adware servers, including, we advise you to get rid of this threat as soon as possible. The deletion instructions placed below will show you how you could eliminate the adware server in three different ways since we do not know exactly how it may have entered your system or affected your browser. If you want an easier solution that would guarantee the advertising domain will be eliminated, we would recommend using a reliable antimalware tool instead. At the same time, you would strengthen the system and clean it up from other possible threats.

Check the browser‘s Target line

  1. Right-click the affected browser’s icon.
  2. Pick Properties and open the Shortcut tab.
  3. Find the Target line, for example, C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe.
  4. Check if there are any additional data or links to it (e.g.
  5. Remove possible additional links and press OK.

Erase suspicious scheduled tasks

  1. Press Windows key+E.
  2. Navigate to %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks
  3. See if there are any tasks related to the adware server.
  4. Right-click such tasks and press Delete.
  5. Close your Explorer.
  6. Empty the Recycle bin.

Reset the affected browser

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+X.
  2. Open Internet Options.
  3. Select the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  4. Choose Delete personal settings.
  5. Press Reset again and click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press the Help icon on the top-left corner.
  2. Select Troubleshooting information.
  3. Then click Refresh Firefox.
  4. Press Refresh Firefox again and pick Finish.

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F.
  2. Open Settings and slide down.
  3. Click Show advanced settings.
  4. Scroll down again and select Reset Settings.
  5. Press Reset.
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