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Danger level 6
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel is classified as an adware server. As you can probably guess, a visit to this website might result in you receiving various advertising content. Our researchers say that the website might redirect to another site which might need permission from a user to show ads and that it might get it by making users believe that clicking the Allow button on the “Will you allow to send notifications?” pop-up will enable them to download particular content. To learn more about this adware server and the site it could get you to, we invite you to read our full report. If you gave or any web pages related to it permission to show notifications, but now wish to take it back, you should check the deletion instructions located below this article. Also, if you have any questions about the adware server, feel free to post them in the comments section that is available at the end of this page.

First of all, you may want to know how you might come across and what you can do to avoid similar adware servers in the future. Our researchers believe that users could be redirected to it after visiting unreliable websites or interacting with doubtful advertisements. Since the adware server may redirect to websites providing software installers or pornographic material, users who might get redirected to this website could be looking for pirated installers or adult content. Therefore, to avoid coming across such sites in the future, we recommend staying away from advertisements or web pages that promise such content. If you want to be warned wherever you are about to visit a malicious site, you should keep a reliable antimalware tool as well as ensure that your browser is always up to date.

Research shows that could redirect users to,,, and For example, might show a text written in grey and displayed on a white background that says: “Click ‘Allow’ To Download.” Since its full link contains phrases like “private porn,” it is likely that users who end up on it might be hoping to download adult material. However, the described text that might be displayed on might suggest that a user needs to click a button called Allow to download it. Coincidentally, the web page should be set to ask for permission to show notifications, which is why shortly after entering the website, your browser should show a notification asking “Will you allow to send notifications?” The choices on the pop-up might be called “Allow Notifications” and “Never Allow.” It is possible that users who are in a rush might click the first option because they might think that by clicking it, they will be allowed to download the promised content.

Our specialists, who researched and websites that it redirects to, say that clicking the “Allow” button might give such sites permissions to show notifications or advertisements. Such content could come from various third parties, and we believe it is possible that some of it could promote other adware servers, potentially dangerous applications, and content alike. Therefore, it would be a good idea to be cautious with it or to remove the permission given to the site that redirected you to if you do not want to see any notifications.

The instructions available below show how to remove permissions given to the websites that might redirect users to. If the process looks too complicated, we recommend employing a reliable antimalware tool that could get rid of the material related to the adware server for you. Also, a security tool could identify and help you eliminate other suspicious content or dangerous material that could be on your system.


Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Copy and paste about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  3. Click Enter and the Privacy & Security settings should load at once.
  4. Find Permissions and locate Notifications.
  5. Select Settings and find
  6. Select and tap Remove Website.
  7. Choose Save Changes.
  8. Relaunch the browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Copy and paste chrome://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  3. Click Enter and the Notifications settings page should load at once.
  4. Check the list located below the Allow section.
  5. Locate the adware server and remove permissions for
  6. Restart the browser.
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