This page shows how to remove js.staticinputserv.com and app.staticinputserv.com from Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.
Did you just see js.staticinputserv.com in the status bar of your browser or in your network log and ponder where it came from?
Here is how the js.staticinputserv.com status bar message looked like on my computer:
The following are some of the status bar messages you may see in your browser’s status bar:
- Waiting for js.staticinputserv.com…
- Transferring data from js.staticinputserv.com…
- Looking up js.staticinputserv.com…
- Read js.staticinputserv.com
- Connected to js.staticinputserv.com…
If this sounds like what you are seeing on your machine, you most likely have some potentially unwanted program installed on your system that makes the js.staticinputserv.com domain appear in your browser. So there’s no use contacting the owner of the site you were browsing. The js.staticinputserv.com statusbar messages are not coming from them. I’ll try help you with the js.staticinputserv.com removal in this blog post.
Those that have been spending some time on this blog already know this, but here we go: Recently I dedicated a few of my lab machines and intentionally installed a few potentially unwanted programs on them. I have been observing the actions on these machines to see what kinds of ads that are displayed. I’m also looking on other interesting things such as if the potentially unwanted program updates itself automatically, or if it downloads additional potentially unwanted programs on the systems. I first observed the js.staticinputserv.com in Mozilla Firefox’s status bar on one of these lab machines.
staticinputserv.com resolves to the 184.108.40.206 IP address and js.staticinputserv.com to 220.127.116.11. staticinputserv.com was created on 2014-02-18. I’ve also spotted logs.staticinputserv.com in use.
and it mentioned a few other domains:
So, how do you remove js.staticinputserv.com from your web browser? On the machine where js.staticinputserv.com showed up in the status bar I had CinemaPlus V6 and TornTV installed. I removed them with FreeFixer and that stopped the browser from loading data from js.staticinputserv.com.
The issue with status bar messages like the one described in this blog post is that it can be caused by many variants of potentially unwanted programs. This makes it impossible to say exactly what you need to remove to stop the statusbar messages.
Anyway, here’s my suggestion for the js.staticinputserv.com removal:
The first thing I would do to remove js.staticinputserv.com is to examine the programs installed on the machine, by opening the “Uninstall programs” dialog. You can find this dialog from the Windows Control Panel. If you are using one of the more recent versions of Windows Operating System you can just type in “uninstall” in the Control Panel’s search field to find that dialog:
Click on the “Uninstall a program” link and the Uninstall programs dialog will open up:
Do you see something suspect in there or something that you don’t remember installing? Tip: Sort on the “Installed On” column to see if some program was installed approximately about the same time as you started seeing the js.staticinputserv.com status bar messages.
Then you can examine you browser add-ons. Potentially unwanted program often appear under the add-ons dialog in Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Safari. Is there anything that looks suspicious? Something that you don’t remember installing?
I think you will be able to track down and remove the potentially unwanted program with the steps outlined above, but in case that did not work you can try the FreeFixer removal tool to identify and remove the potentially unwanted program. FreeFixer is a freeware tool that I’ve developed since 2006. It’s a tool built to manually track down and uninstall unwanted software. When you’ve identified the unwanted files you can simply tick a checkbox and click on the Fix button to remove the unwanted file.
FreeFixer’s removal feature is not crippled like many other removal tools out there. It won’t require you to pay for the program just when you are about to remove the unwanted files.
And if you’re having difficulties figuring out if a file is clean or potentially unwanted in FreeFixer’s scan report, click on the More Info link for the file. That will open up a web page which contains more details about the file. On that web page, check out the VirusTotal report which can be quite useful:
Did this blog post help you to remove js.staticinputserv.com? Please let me know or how I can improve this blog post.