What is

Do not fall for the notifications request presented by, or you will find yourself dealing with a tsunami of advertisements, offers, and alerts that could be misleading and dangerous to interact with. According to the cybersecurity experts at, if you enable notifications that are presented by this adware server, you could expose yourself to scams and malware, and we are sure that you want to avoid all of that. In case you have enabled the notifications already, we can help you remove them. Follow the guides below to delete notifications from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers. If you need additional instructions that cover other browsers, make sure that you post a comment below. Our researcher team is here to help you and answer all questions. Before you jump ahead, read the report to understand the adware server and how it presents ads better.

How does work? cannot offer to show notifications randomly. You have to visit the server first, and since you are unlikely to do that willingly, it uses third-party websites for promotion. Needless to say, legitimate and trusted websites that care about their reputation are unlikely to partner up with unreliable adware servers. Unless, of course, cybercriminals are able to tamper with security firewalls. On the other hand, websites that are willing to promote anything for a price could easily add redirection to pages. Such websites, in most cases, offer free streaming services, and their visitors are often willing to deal with unwanted ads and redirections just so that they could watch movies or shows for free. Online gambling, pornography, and similar websites could assist as well. That is how people are introduced to the notification requests by all other unreliable adware servers, including,,,, or People are likely to allow notifications if they are already using the feature on legitimate websites, but do not make the mistake of thinking that all notifications act the same.

The ones presented by could be misleading and even dangerous. They could sell you on bogus products and services, make you install unreliable extensions or programs, convince you to use unreliable malware removal services, trick you into spending money on magic hair growth or weight loss pills, enter contests, surveys, and prize giveaways. We do not reject the possibility that harmless content could be shown, but the fact that unreliable, misleading, and even malicious content could be shown as well leads us to believe that removing notifications is best. If you were redirected to the adware server page, but you did not enable anything, you might still be dealing with intrusive web cookies, which are placed upon visiting websites. They could help pick notifications that you are more likely to interact with, but they could also be useful even if notifications are not enabled. If you are buried deeper into the scam, and you actually end up interacting with the ads and alerts delivered via the adware server, you also need to think about the security implications that you might face.

How to delete notifications

Your virtual security could be affected by, which is why if you have enabled notifications by this adware server, we recommend deleting them as soon as possible. That is not hard to do, and so you do not need to worry about that. Just follow the instructions you can find below. Note that these instructions were created to help with the removal of notifications specifically, and you should refer to appropriate removal guides if you are dealing with a different adware server. Also, do not ignore threats on your operating system, especially if you downloaded anything that was promoted by the suspicious notifications. If you have no idea whether there is anything that you need to delete, why not install a legitimate malware scanner to examine your system for you? If threats are found, you can then decide whether or not to employ a full anti-malware system.

Removal instructions

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Firefox and then enter about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  2. Go to History and click Clear History…
  3. Choose a time range, tick the boxes you want, and click OK.
  4. Go to Permission and click Settings next to Notifications.
  5. Click Remove All Websites or select a specific site and click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Chrome and then enter chrome://settings/content into the address bar.
  2. Click Notifications and find the URL of
  3. Click the More actions button on the right and click Remove or Block.
  4. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar and click Advanced.
  5. Choose a time range, tick the boxes you want, and click Clear data. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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