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Danger level 7
Type: Adware

If you were redirected via to an unfamiliar website that asks you to enable notifications, you need to think carefully about why you were redirected in the first place. Does adware – advertising-supported software – exist on your operating system? Are you in the habit of visiting unreliable websites that can initiate unauthorized redirection? Even though malware might not exist, you want to make sure of it, and we suggest installing a trusted malware scanner that will thoroughly inspect your operating system and give you peace of mind. Obviously, if threats are discovered, you need to delete them immediately. Note that the scanner might signal the existence of adware helpers if you have enabled the notifications of the websites to which you might have been redirected. If you continue reading, we will show you how to remove notifications. We also explain why trusting these notifications and the advertisements introduced to you can be extremely dangerous.

Ad servers are crucial for advertising. They store advertising content that can be delivered via websites, apps, social media platforms, and so on. is an ad server, and it can both store and serve multiple different parties. Unfortunately, it is impossible to say what kinds of ads could be represented via it or what kinds of parties could be using it for advertising purposes. Is it possible that this platform could be exploited by malicious parties? That is definitely a possibility. is not introduced to the public in a clear manner, and from what we have seen in our internal lab, it constantly redirects to pages that introduce users to suspicious “Show Notifications” pop-ups. Do you know what happens when a random website is granted permission to show notifications? If you enable notifications, you might be agreeing to an onslaught of advertisements. These ads could be delivered via different ad servers, and they could be just as questionable and suspicious as itself.

Have you enabled any notifications introduced to you via If you have, we suggest removing them instantly because the ads introduced to you could promote unreliable services and products. Did you know that malvertising – which stands for “malicious advertising” – is often utilized for the distribution of malware or the introduction of virtual scams? That is exactly why you have to be cautious about what kinds of ads you interact with. Undoubtedly, it is best that you ignore all ads if you do not have the skills necessary to separate harmless ads from the misleading ones. You have to be most cautious about ads that conceal links to malicious websites that could promote fake security tools and installers of unreliable browsers extensions. You also need to beware of fake prize giveaways and surveys set up to extract sensitive information as well as scams designed to push useless, overpriced, counterfeit, or fictitious products. To put it simply, if you are redirected to any websites via, you should not interact with them, enable notifications, or trust any of the ads introduced to you.

So, how can you go about deleting notifications? It’s all pretty simple, as all you need to do is access the Notifications menu on your browser (Chrome or Firefox) and remove the website you do not want to send you notifications from the list. The guide below explains the process in detail. Although this is simple, we suggest taking the extra mile and clearing all browsing data too. This is especially important if you have interacted with any ads or visited any suspicious websites in the process. By clearing browsing data, you will be erasing cache, cookies, and browsing history to ensure that there are no leftovers associated with or the suspicious websites linked to it. In the future, make sure that you are cautious about what websites you visit and what notifications you enable or block. If you do not want to be exposed to ads or have information about you tracked, avoiding ads altogether is best.

Remove notifications

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch the browser, tap Alt+T keys to access the Tools menu, and then choose Options.
  2. In the menu on your left, click Privacy & Security and then navigate to the History menu.
  3. Click the Clear History button and then, after selecting a time range and boxes, click Clear Now.
  4. Navigate to the Permissions menu, find Notifications, and then click the Settings button.
  5. Click Remove All Websites or select specific websites and then click the Remove Website button.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch the browser, tap Alt+F keys to access the Chrome menu, and click Settings.
  2. Navigate to the very bottom, click Advanced, and then move to Privacy and security.
  3. Click Clear browsing data and then, after selecting a time range and boxes, click Clear data.
  4. Go back to the Privacy and security menu and then click Site Settings.
  5. Open the Notifications menu, find the unreliable website, click the icon on the right, and choose Remove.
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