Computer users have complained that pop-up messages from are appeari on their machines constantly. Additionally, they also have reported that their Web browser redirects them to the website constantly. This can often happen because of an adware component installed on the affected computer. Browser hijackers, adware, and Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) may be distributed by bundling them with no-cost applications downloaded from the Internet by unsuspecting computer users. When installing the free program, adware or other unwanted components associated with also may be installed, often with the option to opt out of installing them hidden from the computer user. These components are not considered unsafe. However, they can cause many annoying symptoms that are similar to problems related to some types of threats. Because of this, malware experts advise computer users to take steps to avoid content associated with and to take extra care when installing any new software to avoid any bundled programs or unwanted components.

The Harmful Features of the Adware

When adware associated with is installed, the affected Web browser will display pop-up windows whenever the computer user visits a new Web page. These pop-ups, additionally, may try to convince the computer users to install possible software and products that they may not need. In many cases, the purpose of this adware and content is to generate advertising revenue at the expense of the computer user. Many of these messages may include the following legend in the browser status bar: 'Waiting for,' 'Transferring data from,' 'Looking up,' 'Read' and 'Connected to' making it apparent that adware connected to is interfering with your online traffic.

Symptoms that may be Associated with the Adware

Adware associated with may cause the following symptoms on most affected Web browsers:

  1. The adware will insert advertising banners, and similar online advertisements into the affected Web browser or the websites visited.
  2. The adware may change text on the websites viewed by the affected computer user This text may be turned into hyperlinks leading to content associated with
  3. Web browsers affected by the adware may display pop-up messages and other unwanted content, which may interfere with the computer users' online activity. These pop-up advertisements are particularly unsafe because they may try to trick computer users into installing fake software updates or visiting websites that could contain harmful content.
  4. Additional PUPs and other adware may be installed if the adware is on the affected Web browser, due to the exposure to other websites with questionable content.

Why It may not be Safe to Have Running on Your Machine is the homepage for an entertainment service that is similar to other online movie providers like Netflix or Hulu. However, computer users have reported on the quality of the brand and its legitimacy harshly. The content delivered by may be cloned questionably, seems to be hosted on various clones, and has lead to unsatisfied computer users canceling their subscriptions and then struggling to obtain a refund (and in some cases, reporting that they never received it). does not list a company address, and its listed phone line seems to go unattended. PC security researchers suspect that there is plenty to question about the legitimacy of the platform and that, at best, this service is unreliable and suspicious. Because of this, malware researchers strongly advise computer users to rethink whether they want to give a company with such a spotty record access to credit card details and other information. Computer users that continue to use and associated websites would do well to ensure that their anti-malware software is fully updated and capable of dealing with adware, PUPs, browser hijackers, and similar low-level threats.