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This article informs users about redirect and provides help for the removal process of all suspicious and potentially undesired files from the affected system. is an annoying browser redirect that interrupts browsing sessions in order to display sponsored content. It could be associated with the appearance of other types of online ads such as pop-ups, pop-unders, banners, etc. Once it loads in your browser it could drop different tracking technologies on your device and start spying on your online activities. The reason why you see it in the browser is probably a visit of another bogus website or an unnoticed download of undesired program. Either way, you should check the security of your system and ensure that no suspicious or potentially harmful files are running on it.

Threat Summary
TypeBrowser Hijacker, Redirect, PUP
Short DescriptionA poorly secured website with questionable reputation that invades browsing sessions in order to present sponsored content.
Symptoms Unexpected redirects to the domain of this redirect occur in your web browser. Lots of ads flood it and make it sluggish. Sensitive data is obtained on the background.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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As we already mentioned there are two main reasons why your preferred web browser is redirecting you to the suspicious website. The first one is a visit of another deceptive web page that is set to redirect users to other similar pages. This is possible with the help of malicious scripts that once injected into the source code of these pages activate the redirection process.

The same redirect may be loading in your preferred web browser due to the presence of any potentially unwanted program on your device as well. Programs of this kind are often spread with the help of other free third-party apps. The last could be downloaded from various forums, online stores, P2P networks and websites for applications. So the last installed app on your device might be the reason why interrupts browsing sessions with all its annoying activities. In fact, in this case you have agreed with the installation of the undesired program associated with the redirect. How this might happened is probably by choosing to install the desired app with the help of the regular installation steps. Since this part of the installer rarely reveals details about the presence of some extra programs that are also going to be installed, users often agree with the installation of extra programs unnoticeably. So what we could give you as a prevention tip is always choosing the Advanced/Custom configuration options during the installation process of new apps on your device. There you have greater chance to learn about the presence of additional apps and eventually opt out their installation.

Frequently used web browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Opera and Safari could be affected by redirect. – More About Its Impact is redirect that once loaded in the browser could obtain the rights to interrupt each browsing session. Along with the appearance of the main page of its official website which is shown on the picture below you could see lots of associated advertisements. main page sensorstechforum removal guide

The ads may come in various forms including but not limiting to pop-ups, pop-unders, banners, images, sliders, etc. As an indication of being pushed by the redirect these ads may present any of the following phrases in one or two of their corners:

  • Ads by
  • Promoted by
  • Ads generated by
  • Promotions by
  • Sponsored by
  • Brought to you by
  • Advertised by

These ads are likely to make your browser sluggish or cause crashes sometimes. What’s more they may show fraudulent content in an attempt to trick you into visiting

phishing web pages as well as pages infected by hackers. Either way, your sensitive data together with your device may be exposed at a serious security risk.

There is another problem that may occur as a result of the appearance of this annoying redirect in the browser. Soon after it loads in the browser it could also install additional undesired programs such as browser add-ons, extensions, or hijackers. As a result the ads that flood your browsing sessions may double their number.

At worst some of the programs associated with as well as the redirect itself may activate a

browser miner that exploits the CPU, GPU and other of your PC resources for mining various cryptocurrencies.

And the issues don’t end here. With the help of various tracking t,echnologies, may be spying on your online activities. So even at this exact moment it could be recording your visit to our site so it can then send it to its servers. Other details obtained by this wicked redirect appear to be all of the following:

  • Type of browser
  • Type of your device
  • Language preferences
  • Time stamps
  • Clicks
  • Visited pages
  • Search logs
  • Operating system
  • Internet service provider
  • IP address

It is most likely that data record will be used for advertising purposes or sold to third-parties of unknown origin.

How to Remove Redirect

In order to remove redirect and all associated files that enable its appearance in the browser, you need to pass through several removal steps. They are all presented in the removal guide below. The guide enables you to choose between manual and automatic removal approach. Our advice is to combine the steps as this way you will be able not only to get rid of this particular undesired program but also strengthen the security of your device. Have in mind that files associated with this redirect may have different names than

In case that you have further questions or need additional help with the removal process, don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact us at our email.

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana has completed a bachelor degree in Marketing from the University of National and World Economy. She has been with the STF team for three years, researching malware and reporting on the latest infections.

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