The website is closely associated with an adware and browser hijacker infection. These types of browser hijacker infections will usually enter a computer without the victim being aware of their presence. Most computer users will first detect malware associated with because their homepage will have been changed to without authorization. Other unwanted symptoms include redirects to the website and the appearance of irritating pop-up windows.

Browser hijackers associated with will affect computers running Windows and any of the most popular browsers, including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. One of the main problems associated with is that components associated with redirects may often expose your computer to other malware while at the same time keeping track of your online activity. Because of this, ESG security researchers strongly recommend removing any browser hijackers associated with immediately with a strong anti-malware application.

The Consequences of Adware

There are several symptoms associated with and its related adware. These include the following:

  1. Adware associated with can interfere with your security software.
  2. These types of infections may change your homepage and default search engine to There have been cases where the victim's Desktop background was changed without authorization.
  3. One of the most common symptoms of adware associated with is the presence of intrusive pop-up advertisements and error messages, which will appear frequently on the victim's computer while browsing the Web.
  4. Adware associated with may frequently interfere with the victim's computer. Their presence on the infected computer may typically cause the affected computer to perform slowly and crash frequently. Symptoms of this will appear primarily while the victim's Web browser is being used.
  5. Redirects to the website. These redirects will appear frequently, either at predetermined intervals or whenever the computer user carries out an action (for example, clicking on a link or entering an address into the Web browser's address bar). redirects may also occur after carrying out a search on a legitimate search engine. In this case, the results of the search may be replaced with links to or similar content instead.