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Danger level 6
Type: Adware might show a picture of clouds and a message saying that you will be able to download a file if you click the “Allow” button. Our researchers say that same as other recently tested similar adware servers, the website might ask to allow it to show notifications so that it could display advertising content. Thus, if you do not want to see any questionable ads from unknown third parties, you may want to keep away from this adware server and give no permissions to it. As for more details about it, you can learn them by reading the rest of our article. Also, we can show you how to eliminate and get rid of its notifications if you follow the instructions available below this text. If you want to ask anything related to the adware sever, we encourage you to use the comments section located at the end of this page.

Those of you who have not yet encountered might wonder how it could happen. As said earlier, the website offers to download a file. Therefore, our researchers believe that the adware server could be spread through pop-ups or other ads and unreliable file-sharing web pages. Consequently, what we propose to avoid adware servers is to keep away from untrustworthy file-sharing sites. Also, you should never click on ads if you are not sure that they lead to reliable websites. In some cases, your browser might be able to warn you if you are about to be redirected to a potentially dangerous website, but not always. Thus, it is important to stay alert as well as have a reliable antimalware tool that would guard your computer against various threats.

Provided that you get redirected to, it should be opened on a new tab called “### Download ###.” What is more, the website’s background should show a picture of sky and clouds. The most important part though is that in the middle of the site there should be a sentence written in a rather large font. It ought to say: “to download the file, click <>.” The website itself does not display the “Allow” button, but if you get redirected to, your website should show a message saying that the website wants to show notifications. The same message ought to provide the “Allow” and “Block” buttons.

If this is not the first time that you are seeing a message with a request to permit notifications, you probably already know that clicking the “Allow” button would enable the website requesting such permission to show notifications. Nonetheless, it is not all because the bottom of contains a statement saying that by clicking the “Allow” button you will accept the adware server’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Use, and will let the website show you sponsored content.

Therefore, our researchers say that if you let show notifications, it is likely that it will start displaying advertisements. Such ads could come from various third parties and given they would be displayed by an adware server; it is possible that some of them could be unreliable. Consequently, we recommend being careful if you give the site permission to show you sponsored content. On the other hand, if you do not think you will enjoy third-party ads, you could erase from your browser.

Our researchers say that you could eliminate by resetting your browser. Of course, doing this could erase your extensions, bookmarks, and content alike that you might not want to lose. If this is the case, we advise using a reliable antimalware tool instead of following our removal instructions. All you would have to do is perform a full system scan with your chosen security tool. During it, the adware server’s data should get identified as an adware helper. After the scan is complete, your antimalware tool should let you delete as well as other detections by clicking its displayed removal button.


Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Type the following path into your address bar: chrome://settings/system
  3. Click Enter to access the System settings.
  4. Click the Restore settings to their original defaults button available in the Reset and clean up section.
  5. Select Reset Settings and confirm again if needed.
  6. Restart the browser.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Insert the following path into the address bar: about:support
  3. Press Enter to load the Troubleshooting Information.
  4. Find the Give Firefox a tune up section on the right.
  5. Click the Refresh Firefox… button.
  6. Select Refresh Firefox and confirm if needed that you want to reset your browser.
  7. Restart the browser.
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