Description is a domain that recently found a place in browser hijacking and adware attack campaigns as of late 2013. While the symptoms of these PC threats may appear to be harmless, with such trivial symptoms as the occasional pop-up advertisement or inability to choose a preferred search engine, they also may be instigators of direct attacks against your computer. Malware experts consider the removal of adware and all associated unwanted software to be part and parcel of basic PC security maintenance, along with the use of anti-malware solutions that can be sure to detect and remove both hidden software components and undesirable settings changes.

Why Your Browser Seems to Be Hosting a Party doesn’t host any independent content of its own, and loading directly through your browser is completely harmless. In spite of that, still has found itself in the middle of adware and browser-hijacking campaigns that use harmful or simply unwanted functions to force your browser to load third party content. The symptoms of a browser affected by a PC threats may vary, with most likely side effects including:
  • Seeing unusual pop-ups for advertisements or other third party content.
  • Being redirected to from your homepage or an online search.
  • Seeing modifications to your browser such as the addition of new bookmarks or toolbars.
  • Seeing Web pages modified to display new advertising via text links, banners, etc.

Somewhat unusually, browser hijacks and other attacks aren’t linked with individual browser add-ons that would, in theory, request your permission before enacting their changes.

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This raises the chance for Trojans and other threats to be involved in these attacks. Malware experts often see these types of broad, multi-purpose PC threats implementing less noticeable attacks along with obvious browser-based ones, such as monitoring typed information for passwords or making Registry changes that disable important security features.

Closing the Doors on Playing Host to

Malware and Potentially Unwanted Programs that cause browser-modifying effects related to advertisements always should be considered risks to the safety of your PC and the integrity of your Web-browsing experience. Although disabling scripts can provide a basic defense against corrupted advertisements, and being careful about your download sources can help prevent a adware infection, there’s no easy substitute for having good anti-malware products to remove adware from your computer. only is one of more than a few similar sites known to be involved in recent outbreaks of browser hijacks and pop-up advertisements. Other sites showing similar traits to should be considered with equal suspicion, including those already examined by malware experts. Some of the domains among these numbers are,,,, and Automatic Detection Tool (Recommended)

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Posted: December 6, 2013 | By
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