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stf-destinyhoroscopes-com-destiny-horoscopes-main-site-page is a website platform which hosts horoscope readings among other things. DestinyHoroscopes is considered adware due to all of the advertisements it produces. The adverts may redirect you to websites related to this adware. A browser extension tied to the service can be added to your browser applications. To remove all ads from your browsers, you should read the full article.

Threat Summary
TypeAdware, PUP
Short DescriptionThe site hosts advertisements which can show up on other similar services and websites.
SymptomsYou will see adverts inside your browsers – pop-ups, transitional ads or others.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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You can get the with third-party installations. Usually such installations inject the adware to your computer, through a bundled package or freeware installer setups, without you knowing. Those setups might be set to install extra components by default. Avoiding installations of this sort is doable if you find a Custom or an Advanced settings menu. Inside, you should have the ability to disable components. can find itself on your computer system by visiting websites which are suspicious and hold a bad reputation. In case you click on any advertisements, like banners or pop-ups could also get you this adware. These are the most common ways for the distribution of the unwanted program. Browsers which can be affected are: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer and Safari. – What Is It? is a website that offers horoscope readings, seeing your future with the help of tarot cards and many other things. Whether or not those things are true or accurate, the site is pushing advertising content. Due to that, it is considered adware and its adverts can be seen across different websites around the Internet. advertises fashion and style news, engaging puzzles and similar stuff in their ads as well.

On the picture here, you can see the main page of the website:


If you have any software which is closely connected to, in your browser programs or on your personal computer, you will certainly see more advertisements while surfing the Web. DestinyHoroscopes can redirect you to many different websites, so if you land on a suspicious site, be careful with what you click or download.

Adverts could contain the following texts inside:

  • Ads by
  • Advertisement by
  • Ad by
  • Advert from
  • Powered by
  • Brought to you by

DestinyHoroscopes might generate lots of redirects among the advertisements. The purpose of these redirects is to generate web traffic and generate revenue for the website creators using a pay-per-click service. Redirects might lead to a horoscope page, as well:


Advertising content which is tightly related to the adware can be of all types. Any advertisements which are connected to are displayed on online pages as pop-ups, pop-unders, text links, banners, interstitial, shopping or transitional adverts. Some of the adverts, like banners and pop-ups, might be showing content based on what you have previously viewed. – Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy of can be viewed from the below screenshot starts with a popular quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson – “Be silly, be honest, be kind”. And the adware developers are honest indeed – in their Policy it is openly stated that personally and non-personally identifiable information is to be gathered. It is also described in the Policy that the site shares information with third-party ad networks and advertisers. All obtained information will probably be transferred to a new company if that company buys them out.


According to the Policy, the following information is collected:

  • Browser – type and version
  • Your Name
  • Geographic location
  • Your Email address
  • Search queries, pages viewed and ones you visit on the site
  • Operating system (OS) – type and version
  • Date and time stamp
  • Your IP addresses
  • Internet service provider (ISP)
  • Installed programs and running processes/services
  • Content of web pages you visit, URLs and HTML uses cookies, Web beacons and similar tracking technologies which acquire additional information about you. Third parties partnered up with them could also use browser cookies for information collection. If you do not approve of the collection and sharing of your personal information, you should remove the adware and everything related to it.

Remove Fully

To remove manually from your computer, follow the step-by-step removal instruction guide provided below. In case the manual removal does not get rid of all adverts or redirects completely, you should search for and remove any leftovers with an advanced anti-malware tool. Such software can help keep your computer secure in the future.


Berta Bilbao

Berta is a dedicated malware researcher, dreaming for a more secure cyber space. Her fascination with IT security began a few years ago when a malware locked her out of her own computer.

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