YouPorn is a browser hijacker that might occasionally redirect users to websites designated for adult entertainment. Redirects may accour any time when surfing the web. Users may experience occasional pop ups once in a while too. Most of the time, that's a sign of malware infection. Certain malware promote adult and other websites using very shady methods. Malware, usually involves rootkits and similar malcode, may create an icon on your desktop called YouPorn. If you want to stop YouPorn redirects, you have to remove malware that cause them in the first place. Running several anti-malware programs should be enough but if there's a rookit involved then you'll have to use TDSSKiller and similar tools tol remove rootkits and then associated malware. YouPorn related malware does not automatically link it to the famous adult website called YouPorn.com. This websites was criticized because of a tracking cookie it used to drop on visitors' machines. But that's an old issue, not this website does not use such methods to track users' browsing habits. Anyway, if you are redirected to YouPorn and orther similar adult sites, scan your computer with anti-spyware program. You should remove YouPorn anyway, because it indicates that your computer is infected by malware.
Information added: 10/05/11 16:52;
information updated: 12/08/11 04:52