What is is an ad server that was designed to introduce people to promotional content. It is not clear what parties this server is associated with, and so it is not possible to know whose ads might be shown via it. This is an important thing to think about because if you cannot trust a service completely, you should not use it at all. Of course, the service provided by this ad server is not exactly built for regular people. It is built for advertisers, and so do not think that anyone cares about your virtual security. Could it be jeopardized if you interacted with the advertisements presented to you? That is a possibility. If you face one ad, and if you choose to ignore it, perhaps you are safe. However, if you have enabled notifications by the ad server, ignoring the suspicious ads might become impossible. Needless to say, we recommend deleting notifications, and if you want to learn how to do it, keep reading.test

How does work?

According to our team at, is not much different from such ad servers as,,, or Yes, it has a website that you can visit, but you cannot learn much from it anyway. Just like other known ad servers, this one is likely to reach out to people via questionable websites. Such websites might offer unreliable shopping, gambling, gaming, streaming content or offer downloads. When you visit such sites, they are usually flooded with ads, and they also can redirect to ad pages. Is this how you faced an ad page presented via If that is the case, it is a good idea to keep note of unreliable sites and remember not to visit them again. Of course, there is always a possibility that adware or different kind of malware could have slithered into your system and is now opening ads and ad pages. If that is the case, install a malware scanner to figure out what you need to remove.

If you have enabled notifications, you might have interacted with them already too. Has that happened? If it has, you need to think about whether or not you might have been tricked into doing something risky. For example, have you exposed personal information about yourself? Have you downloaded unfamiliar extensions or applications? Have you visited suspicious websites that asked to allow cookies to collect information about yourself? We cannot say what might have happened exactly, which is why you need to pay attention to what you might have exposed yourself to. Hopefully, your virtual security is not jeopardized, and you can remove notifications without lasting consequences. If you believe that you might have been tricked into doing something risky, do not hesitate to leave a comment below. Hopefully, we can help you figure things out. You can also use the comments section to ask us anything about the ad server, its functions, and notifications’ removal.

How to delete notifications

Whether you have enabled notifications by an ad server or a legitimate source, you always have the option to disable/block or remove them. The guides below show how to remove from the most popular web browsers, and, hopefully, that will be enough to stop the onslaught of unwanted ads. If you have interacted with any of them already, you have to think about what might have happened. Obviously, if you remember downloading something, you might have to delete it. If that is the case, it might be easiest for you to install anti-malware software that will automatically delete all threats. Note that notifications by unreliable ad servers can be identified as adware helpers, and so you can have notifications deleted automatically as well. If you choose to stick with the manual removal guides below, do not forget to clear browsing data to ensure that browsing-related elements are cleared as well. At the very least, delete web cookies.

Removal Guides

Microsoft Edge

  1. Launch Edge and enter edge://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  2. Locate the URL of the ad server, click the three dots on its right, and click Remove.
  3. Enter edge://settings/clearBrowserData into the browser’s address bar.
  4. Select the right time range, mark the boxes you want, and then click Clear now.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Firefox and enter about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  2. Go to the History menu and then click the Clear History button.
  3. Select the right time range, mark the boxes you want, and then click OK.
  4. Go to the Permissions menu, find Notifications, and then click the Settings button.
  5. Locate the URL of the ad server, click it to select, and then click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Chrome and enter chrome://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  2. Locate the URL of the ad server, click the three dots on its right, and click Remove.
  3. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the browser’s address bar.
  4. Click Advanced, select the time range, mark the boxes, and then click Clear data. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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