Adware category archyve: is a good example of what an adware server is and how it behaves. If you were to try and access this domain, you would see that it is no longer online. However, we would like you to use this adware server as an example of what could happen if you stray away from the safe path of web browsing. While such servers are not direct system security threats, there is a reason they get taken down immediately. Hence, use this entry as a warning, and learn how to stay away from potentially harmful third-party content. Read more » is a good example of an adware domain that exposes users to potentially corrupted content. It is very likely that the website has been taken down by now, but there might be many other adware servers out there that exhibit similar performance. So, take this description as a cautionary tale about how you should avoid the likes of, and protect your personal information from potential exploitation. Please note that adware servers are not physically there on your computer, so you need to look for other potentially unwanted programs if you want to remove something. Read more »

You must never enable the notifications introduced by, because if you do it, you are likely to doom yourself to misleading, distracting, and even disturbing advertisements. They could hide links to highly unreliable websites that promote malicious installers and scams. If you have enabled the unreliable notifications, and you have also interacted with the ads introduced to you, immediately scan your operating system. A legitimate malware scanner can examine your system within minutes, and then you will know if there are threats that require immediate removal. Depending on the scanner you use, you are likely to be warned to delete adware helper. This is something that cannot be ignored under any circumstances. This so-called adware helper is a real pest, and the quicker you get rid of it, the better. Continue reading to learn more about adware servers and how to avoid them in the future. Read more » is an adware server that might introduce you to this message: “Find where to stream anything, anywhere. No Ads. No Downloads. No Signup. Clicking “Allow” grants you full access to an Extensive TV & Movies Catalog. Click on “Allow” to browse the details of Thousands of the best streaming titles from your New Tab.” If you face such a message, you might assume that its purpose is to introduce you to a seemingly attractive streaming service. In reality, its purpose is to convince you to activate ads. The “Allow” button that you are instructed to click actually enables notifications, not streaming from your New Tab, and once notifications by this adware server are enabled, you will not be able to stop the flood of advertisements even if you only visit trusted, ad-free websites. The same techniques have been applied by,, and numerous other adware servers. Luckily, we have experience, and we can show you how to delete unwanted extensions. The guide below shows how to remove extensions specifically. Read more »

Have you ever been asked to click a button to identify yourself or confirm your wish to access some content? bets on that. This adware server can use a message like “Please tap the Allow button to continue” to trick you into enabling notifications that are not useful or reliable. Have you ever enabled notifications that came from well-known websites? Well, these are two completely different things because reliable websites can present useful notifications. The adware server, on the other hand, presents ads. Does the idea of facing multiple suspicious ads excite you? We doubt that it does, and it is more likely that you want to remove notifications as soon as possible. The good news is that removing them is not that big of a deal. If it is not a big deal, perhaps you can ignore or even trust the shown ads as well? That is not the case. Continue reading to learn exactly why we recommend deleting these ads/notifications, and why interacting with them could be extremely dangerous. Read more » is an ad server that is developed to display and promote custom commercial advertisements. Users authorize these ads themselves without even realizing it, and then they are left to deal with the possible consequences.

The good news is that it is not that complicated to remove all the modifications and components from your system. However, you should consider scanning your PC with a security tool, too. There is a good chance that you have several other unwanted applications on-board, and you should make sure that you remove them as well. After all, you should do everything you can to protect your system and your personal information from harm. Read more » is an adware server that might ask you to click a button that would enable it to show you notifications. Researchers say that the website's notifications could contain ads from different third parties, which is why some of them could be unreliable. Therefore, we advise not to rush into anything and think for a bit if you want to see such content. If you do not, you should leave this website without interacting with any buttons. To learn more about it, you could read our full article. If you want to know what to do if you allowed the adware server display notifications and now want to take this permission back, you should check the instructions available below this article. They show how to remove notifications step by step. You can also get rid of the adware server with a legitimate antimalware tool of your choice. Read more »

Have you enabled notifications? Hopefully, you have not done that because that could be the beginning of an extremely unsecure browsing experience. If you gave enabled these notifications, our recommendation is that you remove them as soon as possible. What’s the rush? The advertisements that are bound to flood you could be misleading and set up to expose you to malware, phishing scams, shopping scams, etc. Hopefully, you have not been hurt by this yet, but if you have, we have a few tips for you as well. Our research team has created a guide that shows how to delete notifications from three popular browsers – Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge – but note that we can always add additional guides if you need them. You can make your requests and ask questions via the comments section. Our researchers are ready to jump in and help you ASAP. Read more »

Do you pay attention to the websites you visit and the webpages you land on? is an adware server that can introduce ad webpages via unreliable websites, and it also can suggest allowing notifications. This function makes it possible for it to show advertisements incessantly, and you might not even need to visit any specific site. So, have you been seeing an influx of ads lately? Are these ads strange, annoying, shocking, or even intimidating? If that is the case, it is likely that adware or an adware server is involved. First, scan your system to check if adware is not responsible for the mess. If it is, you must delete it as soon as possible. If the scanner detects an Adware Helper, it is most likely that you have allowed unwanted notifications. Removing notifications is an easy task, and if you follow the instructions below, you will be able to clean your Edge, Firefox, and Chrome browser yourself. If you face any problems, please do not hesitate to contact us. Read more »

There’s an ad on your screen but you have no idea where it came from? Maybe the address reads If you’ve seen this domain before, your browser settings must’ve been modified to constantly redirect you to this adware server. The modification usually happens with your permission, although it is not explicitly stated, so it tends to catch users by surprise. While this domain is not physically there on your computer, you can stop the notifications from showing up by restoring your browser’s settings to default. What’s more, it is also recommended to run a full system scan with a licensed security tool. Read more »