What is

You might not remember facing at all because this is an adware server that randomly surprises people with advertisements and notifications online. Obviously, you should not face this adware server without reason. One of them might be active adware (advertising-supported software). If adware exists, a trusted malware scanner will find it instantly. Then, you will need to delete it to ensure that you are no longer redirected to unreliable ad pages. Another reason why you might be facing the adware server is that you have visited an unreliable website and/or enabled notifications offered by it. Further in this report, you will learn what kinds of websites you need to stay away from, and also why you need to judge all notification requests. If you have enabled some already, we can show you how to get rid of them. The guide below shows how to remove notifications manually, but we suggest that you read this report first to understand the adware server better.

How does work? researchers have extensive experience with adware servers like A few others that we have reviewed and reported in the past include,,, and It is most likely that they are controlled by different parties and might also work with different advertisers, but, in general, they all work the same. As we mentioned already, in some cases, adware can be installed on a system and cause redirects to ad pages or show pop-ups representing these ads. If that is the case, you will not stop the onslaught of suspicious ads until you remove the adware. We strongly recommend that you install a genuine malware scanner to inspect your system now. That is particularly important to do if you have interacted with the shown ads as well. If adware does not exist, the next thing you should do is check what notifications are enabled on your web browser. On Google Chrome, for example, the chrome://settings/content/notifications menu is where you can see if you need to delete notifications.

Have you ever enabled notifications that are not linked to adware servers? YouTube, Facebook, and even popular news websites use this feature to deliver alerts and important bits of information. Due to this, some people might be careless about whose notifications they allow, block, or ignore. Without a doubt, you do not want to act out of impulse here. Instead, you want to pay attention and think about what notifications you want to enable. Perhaps you enabled notifications because you felt like you had no choice? According to our researchers, the adware server is most likely to be introduced to you via porn, illegal streaming, and gambling websites. The pop-up asking to enable the notifications might suggest that you have to enable them if you want to access the desired content. If you are tricked into taking this risky move, you might soon find yourself weeding through numerous pop-up ads that might promote legitimate but unpopular services and products, or they might be linked to malware and scams. You just never know. Obviously, this is a huge risk, and that is why we strongly advise that you delete notifications immediately.

How to remove notifications

If you are interested in deleting notifications from your browser, we hope that you can use the guide below. If you do not find the browser that you need to delete the notifications from, do not hesitate to leave a comment below. We will add the missing guide you need. When you remove notifications, it is also a good idea to clear browser data. This includes web cookies, cache, browsing history, etc. This is particularly important to do if you have interacted with the advertisements introduced by the adware server because that interaction could have helped plant data-tracking tools that can make it possible to spy on you. Obviously, if you have purchased or downloaded anything promoted with the help of suspicious ads, you must consider the possibility that you have been scammed or tricked into downloading malware. If a malware scanner you employ detects other threats, delete them ASAP. If you cannot do that yourself, employ automated anti-malware software for assistance.

Removal Instructions

Microsoft Edge

  1. Launch Edge, tap Alt+F keys together, and click History.
  2. Select Clear browsing data and, first, pick a time range.
  3. Pick the boxes of the data you want to clear and click Clear now.
  4. Go to the menu on the left and click Settings.
  5. Open the Site permissions menu and then click Notifications.
  6. Find the adware server, click the three dots next to it, and choose Remove.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Firefox, tap ALT+T keys together, and click Options.
  2. Go to the menu on the left and click Privacy & Security.
  3. Go to the History menu and then click Clear History.
  4. Pick a time range and boxes you want and then click OK.
  5. Go to the Permissions menu and click Settings next to Notifications.
  6. Find the adware server, click it once, and choose Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Chrome, tap ALT+F keys together, and click Settings.
  2. Go to the Privacy and security menu and click Clear browsing data.
  3. At the top, click Advanced and, first, pick a time range.
  4. Pick the boxes of the data you want to clear and click Clear data.
  5. Go back to the Privacy and security menu and click Site Settings.
  6. Open the Notifications menu and then find the adware server.
  7. Click the three dots next to it and choose Remove. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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