Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is an adware server used by adware applications to promote other potentially unwanted apps. This server allows adware programs generate various pop-ups that make an impression user is offered to download media player updates. However, if you click pop-up ads, you will initiate automatic download of even more adware applications. Soon your computer will be swarmed with potentially unwanted and even dangerous applications. In order to avoid that, you need to determine which program is making use of server, and then remove it from your computer at Removal screenshot
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Based on some security reports, TrustedWeb is said to be making use of, but that is definitely not the only adware program there is. is known to be used by Pricemeter, Savings Wizard, Free Soft Today and many other adware applications that enter your system with intention to generate financial profit to their creators.

It is possible to encounter while you browse the Internet even if you do not have any adware application installed onto your computer. If you visit an unsecure website, might appear in a form of a pop-up. Clicking the pop-up you will be instantly redirected to The pop-up will urge you to install a video player update that would allow you to watch videos in high quality:

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You definitely should not share whatever the player you are offered with your friends, because if you lick the INSTALL button you will download even more unwanted applications onto your computer. distributes “Flawless codec” setup file that contains number of additional offers. If you install everything there is, as a result, you are bound to have Conduit Search, PC Speed Maximizer and other potentially unwanted applications installed on your computer.

After adware installation via server, your browser will automatically open webpage offering you to download a flash player, but that obviously leads to even more adware being installed on your computer.

Adware applications have been created to generate financial revenue to the people behind them. They are not direct computer threats, but due to their low security levels, they can be exploited for malware distribution. That is why you need to refrain from clicking pop-ups delivered via server. Close the website that displays pop-ups right now and then run a full system scan.

A full system scan will help you find adware applications that are responsible for ads. Uninstall programs to remove pop-ups from your web browser and then get yourself a powerful antimalware tool that would ensure you do not get exposed to similar security threats in the future.

How to remove adware programs

Windows 8

  1. Move mouse cursor to the bottom right of your desktop.
  2. Wait for Charm bar to appear and then go to Settings.
  3. Click Control panel and select Uninstall a program.
  4. Highlight the program you want to remove and click Uninstall.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu and go to Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program and remove adware applications.

Windows XP

  1. Open Start menu and go to Settings.
  2. Open Control Panel and select Add or remove programs.
  3. Uninstall adware applications.

In non-techie terms:

Users should avoid annoying pop-ups and other adware applications, so it is for the best to close window right now. If server is utilized by an adware application currently installed on your PC, scan your system with antimalware scanner and remove the program in question immediately.