Removal Guide

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If your browsers open a suspicious website which then immediately opens a third-party page with a bunch of advertisements on it, this might be a sign that a malicious application associated with this Russian domain has entered your computer successfully and applied changes on it. On the other hand, if you have encountered only once, it is more likely that a certain website you have visited or a link you have clicked on is untrustworthy. Unfortunately, the majority of users who make complaints about the presence of advertisements on their screens have an untrustworthy application associated with active on their computers. You could have downloaded it from the web yourself because it was advertised as useful software, but it is still more likely that it illegally entered your computer in a software bundle. In any event, you should stop redirections from to pages with advertisements as soon as possible because their appearance on your screen might result in problems related to privacy and security one day. We will elaborate on this in the paragraphs that follow.

You might find set as your homepage on your web browsers, but it is more likely that this domain will simply be opened for you automatically from time to time. It is especially true if your browsers open it because a malicious application has managed to enter the system successfully. is nothing more than a dubious advertising domain because it redirects straight to other pages disseminating commercials. It has been noticed that users first end up on and then they are redirected to the so-called adware server, e.g. or Because of these immediate redirections to third-party domains, it takes time to realize that the chain of redirections starts from Stop these redirections to advertising domains as soon as possible because you might click on any of these ads presented to you accidentally and, as a consequence, encounter malicious software which might be hiding on websites advertisements promote. Some of these websites might even record personally-identifiable information, and, consequently, if you submit it, problems linked to the online privacy might arise as well. If you have been taken to and then experienced a redirection to an advertising domain showing ads because you have entered an untrustworthy page or clicked on a link opening it, you should not see any ads again after closing your web browsing and making sure it does not restore the last browsing session. Unfortunately, in most cases, users continue seeing irritating ads coming from websites redirects to. This is a sign that malware is active on the system. The only way to stop this is to delete it.

If the reason your browser opens is the presence of malware, there is basically no doubt that it has slithered onto your computer illegally. In most cases, such untrustworthy programs making changes on computers to open certain domains automatically travel bundled with third-party software in malicious bundles. In addition, you could have downloaded a bad application promoted as beneficial software from the web voluntarily too. If you remove malware from your PC now but do not do anything to ensure the system’s maximum protection, you will eventually encounter another computer infection. What you should do to protect your PC is to enable a security application on your computer to avoid malware in the future. It will not allow any new computer infection to enter your PC illegally and make modifications on it.

If has been opened for you and then redirected you to a page with advertisements because you have clicked on an untrustworthy link or opened a website that automatically launches this domain, it will be enough to close your browser and do not visit those websites ever again in order not to see ads. In case you see the domain opening periodically no matter you surf the web or not, it must be true that malware is actively working on your computer. Our manual removal guide should help you to remove it and undo changes made by it, but if this does not work and your browser continues opening, you should use an automated malware remover, such as SpyHunter. One scan with it and malware will be disabled.

Delete manually

Reset browsers to default settings

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome and press Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings from the menu and then go down until you see Show advanced settings.
  3. Click on it.
  4. Click Reset settings.
  5. Click on the Reset button in the confirmation window.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox and tap Alt+H.
  2. Select Troubleshooting information from the Help menu.
  3. Click on the Refresh Firefox button.
  4. Click Refresh Firefox one more time.

Internet Explorer

  1. Start Internet Explorer.
  2. Open the Tools menu (tap Alt+T) and click Internet Options.
  3. Open the Advanced tab.
  4. Click on the Reset button.
  5. Mark the Delete personal settings box.
  6. Click Reset.

Delete the Scheduled Task

  1. Open the Windows Explorer (tap Win+E).
  2. Enter %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks in the address bar at the top to open this directory.
  3. Check all the listed tasks.
  4. If you find a task associated with, delete it.
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