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Danger level 6
Type: Adware

Sometimes, depending on what you do online, you might be introduced to ads. If they are delivered to you via, you should not interact with them. You also should not enable any notifications that might be introduced to you. According to our research team, if notifications are enabled, various unreliable offers might show up in front of you, and interacting with them could be very dangerous. Although there is no proven connection between this adware server and,, or, they all look and work very similarly. Also, if you enable the notifications from any of these servers, a trusted malware scanner or anti-malware program is likely to detect “adware helpers.” Needless to say, both adware and adware helpers should be deleted, and if you are not sure why that is necessary, we suggest that you continue reading this report. By the end, you will know how to remove adware helpers.

People surfing the web are most likely to encounter ads if they visit unreliable websites. These might promote illegal streaming services, present pornographic content, offer downloaders for pirated software, and so on. Some victims might be willing to face an onslaught of random pop-ups and ads presented via new tabs or even windows. While you might be able to ignore all of these ads and pop-ups, the mere fact that you are introduced to them signals that the website you visited is not reliable. Your virtual security could be jeopardized every time you interact with unreliable sites and the ads represented via them, which is why if you have encountered websites redirecting to, we suggest that you do NOT visit them again. Depending on your settings, a single click – even when you try to close the disruptive ad – might place web cookies on your browser, and these can record all kinds of information. This is the main reason why many users choose to reset their browser or at least clear browsing data after dealing with adware helpers. Resetting browsers is also a good way to delete them.

If you have enabled notifications, there is a good chance that you have been exposed to various advertisements already. Do you understand why interacting with them is dangerous? Offers for miracle diet pills, too-good-to-be-true deals for expensive products, attractive prize giveaways, and similar offers are likely to flood your screen, and if you interact with them, you could end up disclosing private information to virtual schemers, wasting money on bogus products or products that can be purchased at lower prices elsewhere, and, unfortunately, downloading malware. For example, you could be redirected via to a webpage promoting an installer for some random extension. Depending on what you install, you could be exposed to more misleading ads, more data-tracking tools, and more scams. This is exactly why you want to remove notifications that were introduced to you via this strange adware server. Are all notifications unreliable? There are plenty of legitimate and trusted websites that use the notifications feature on Firefox and Chrome browsers, but this is not what we are talking about in this report.

Since notifications are enabled on Firefox and Chrome browsers in most cases, we have created a guide that shows how to delete notifications from these browsers. We also include instructions that show how to clear browsing data. Of course, you might choose to reset browsers completely to start fresh, which is particularly useful if you continue seeing strange ads after disabling notifications from the unwanted adware server. We also recommend implementing a malware scanner afterward to check if you have no adware helpers or other kinds of threats to delete. You also should consider implementing anti-malware software to protect your browsers and operating system in real-time. In the future, refrain from visiting unreliable websites, and do not forget that enabling notifications from unknown and untrusted websites is a terrible idea. If you would like to continue this discussion, you can use the comments section below. Our research team will address your questions and comments as soon as possible. Removal

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser and enter about:preferences#privacy into the Firefox address bar.
  2. In Permissions menu, go to Notifications, and then click Settings.
  3. Select the website whose notifications you do not want to see and click Remove Website.
  4. In the History menu, click Clear History.
  5. Select a time range and boxes and then click Clear Now.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser and enter chrome://settings/content/notifications into the Chrome address bar.
  2. Identify the website whose notifications you do not want to see and click Remove.
  3. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the Chrome address bar.
  4. Select a time range and boxes and then click Clear data.
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