Type: Browser Hijackers

The website is clearly targeted to an Arabic-speaking audience. doesn't contain any known threatening content. However, the tactics used to promote are not reliable due to the fact that they may be associated with Potentially Unwanted Programs. Because of this, PC security researchers consider that computer users should take caution when contacting the website or handling Web browser extensions or plug-ins associated with Suspicious behaviors such as Web browser redirects and changes to the compromised Web browser's settings may be related to, making it likely that content associated with may endanger your computer and compromise your privacy. It is a smart idea to avoid and content associated with until it is confirmed that there is no firm connection between PUP infections and

Computer Users Should be Cautious When Using

Several reports have been sent by computer users relating problems associated with and its related Web browser extensions, which may be considered as PUPs in some cases. If your Web browser is exhibiting any of the issues described below, this may be an indication that a PUP has been installed on your computer:

  • Changes to your Web browser settings. These alterations may include replacing your Web browser's homepage and default search engine by automatically or lowering your Web browser's default security settings, which may make it vulnerable to several types of threats.
  • Web browser redirects, often referred to as browser hijacking, may occur when an unwanted component seizes the victim's Web browser and pushes it to a particular website repeatedly. If you are experiencing redirects, this may point out that a PUP associated with was installed on your Web browser.
  • System and Web browser performance issues. PUPs may consume system resources and conflict with other software. If your Web browser has slowed down significantly or crashes or freezes frequently, this may indicate the presence of a PUP associated with

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SpyHunter Detects & Remove

File System Details creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 1.exe f7577a6fc9c05c81dc2576c932453742 2

Registry Details creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
File name without path
Registry key
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage\
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage\
SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes\ADEF3E17-71F9-4526-B033-B7CB738F050C
SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes\ADEF3E17-71F9-4526-B033-B7CB738F050C

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