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If you have been exposed to, you know that this website wants you to enable notifications and expose you to suspicious advertisements. While you can close the pop-up that requests to enable notifications as well as the ads that show up, you would face them again and again if you continued visiting the website. Unfortunately, some visitors of the website might be willing to put up with suspicious pop-ups just so that they could access the, allegedly, “Breaking News.” We can assure you that this website is not producing useful content. In fact, the news stories its shows are copied from legitimate and reputable news sources. While users are likely to figure that out quickly, they might be tricked into enabling notifications before that, and that leads to an avalanche of unwanted pop-ups. The good news is that you can remove notifications from your web browser. To make the process as easy as possible, we have added instructions that show how to delete them.test

How does work? is identified as an adware server, but it does not work exactly like,,, and other adware servers that we have reported on This one mimics a news website, and that can make it easier to lure in victims. To introduce them to the website and the notifications request, you need to be redirected to it first, and that is most likely to happen as you browse other unreliable websites. You could be exposed to misleading pop-ups and ads that redirect to, but you are most likely to be redirected automatically when you interact with the content presented on dangerous file-sharing and movie/TV-streaming sites. Needless to say, we recommend that you do not visit such websites. Even if you can identify malicious redirects, you cannot prevent the implantation of web cookies and other trackers that can collect even sensitive, personally identifiable information. These trackers can also be introduced if you interact with the ads and pop-ups that are presented to you by the adware server.

When you land on, you are immediately introduced to pop-up ads in the top-right corner of the website. You can close them, but they are bound to reappear. These pop-ups can present alleged update warnings, security alerts, breaking news, shopping deals, and other kinds of attractive content. If you click them, you might be redirected to the installation pages of PUPs and malware, fake shopping sites, fake news sites, fake login pages, etc. The purpose of these pop-ups is to make you pay for bogus tools and services, download malware, and expose your virtual security. Obviously, you want to avoid them at all costs. However, that might be harder to do if you enable notifications, in which case, misleading ads and pop-ups might appear even when you browse different websites. Hopefully, you have not interacted with ads, but if you have, please act appropriately. For example, if you downloaded something, delete it instantly. If you paid for bogus services or products, call your bank immediately. They might be able to cancel your purchases if it is not too late.

How to remove notifications

We are sure that you now understand why you should delete notifications. If you have not done that before, this task might seem daunting, but we can assure you that you can handle it. In fact, this is a great learning opportunity for you because you might need to disable notifications presented by other sources in the future. Note that the notifications feature is used by legitimate and harmless sources as well, and so you do not need to fear all websites that suggest enabling additional content. That being said, even if you are familiar with the website, and you trust it, we strongly advise that you research what you would face by enabling notifications. Do you continue seeing unwanted pop-ups and ads even after you remove from the notifications list? It might be time to implement anti-malware software that can automatically delete adware helpers. Also, do not forget that you can contact us for further help via the comments section.

Removal Instructions

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser and type about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  2. In the menu on your left, click Privacy & Security to open a menu.
  3. Find the History section and then click the Clear History button.
  4. Select a time range and boxes appropriate for the adware server and click OK.
  5. Find the Permissions section and then click Settings linked to Notifications.
  6. Select the source of the unwanted notifications and click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser and type chrome://settings/content into the address bar.
  2. Open the Site Settings menu then click Notifications to access the menu.
  3. Identify the source of the unwanted notifications, click More actions, and click Remove.
  4. Type chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  5. Select a time range and boxes appropriate for the adware server and click Clear data.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Open the browser and type edge://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  2. Identify the source of the unwanted notifications, click More actions, and click Remove.
  3. Type edge://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  4. Select a time range and boxes appropriate for the adware server and click Clear now. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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