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computer_securityComplaints about the suspicious domain have been noticed on several security forums. Objects such as and have been detected by Avast! Web Shield as malicious. As a result of the detection, the users have been experiencing intense pop-up messages by Avast. Furthermore, some have also complained that their computers have begun running slowly. To detect and delete the threats linked to the suspicious domain, users should scan and clean their systems.

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It is reported that the file detected by Avast was first and then changed to As a result, the Windows OS has started performing sluggishly, freezes and crashes possibly witnessed.

Here is how the threat is presented by Avast AV solution:

    Infection: URL:Mal
    Process: C:\Windows\explorer.exe

Considering the intensity of users’ complaints, the details listed above will probably be tracked down to a piece of malware. More research is needed to confirm the origins of the threat. It is also curious to know that one user have complained that MalwareBytes has crashed twice right before completely finishing the full system scan. The problem he experienced may be rooted from his computer, or may be connected to the threat. Removal Options

Performing a full system scan is recommended. Once installed, the AV solution needs to be frequently updated so that all threats are detected timely. STF researchers will update the article once more details about the origin and the type of the threat are revealed.

Spy Hunter scanner will only detect the threat. If you want the threat to be automatically removed, you need to purchase the full version of the anti-malware tool.Find Out More About SpyHunter Anti-Malware Tool / How to Uninstall SpyHunter


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