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Danger level 5
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Shows commercial adverts is an adware server, and you might notice the name of the domain in the URL of ad pages that are served by it. Of course, this adware server also displays ads as banners, online pop-ups, and even Desktop pop-ups, in which case, you are unlikely to be able to link it to the ads shown. All in all, if you remember allowing notifications from an unfamiliar website and if you now face tons of ads daily, there is a good chance that you have been exposed to an unreliable adware server. You cannot remove because it is not an application installed on your computer or your browser. However, it is possible that adware (advertising-supported software) could exist on your operating system. Due to this possibility, we strongly suggest scanning your operating system before you continue reading to learn about the removal of ads. Note that if you find adware, you must delete it ASAP.

Our research team identifies as a malicious website that can show advertisements. Online advertisements are not inherently malicious, but you might be familiar with the term “malvertising.” As you might know, that stands for malicious advertising, and what that means is that attractive and, in some cases, personalized ads can be used to in malicious ways. For example, malicious ads could be used to introduce you to scams, set up to extract personal information, and even spread malware launcher files. Unfortunately, ads served by such adware servers as could easily be used in malvertising. How do you identify misleading and malicious ads that might conceal something devious? The thing is that even the most dangerous ads could seem harmless, and if you click them, you could easily be routed to malicious websites that look harmless too. These websites could impersonate legitimate e-vendors, Microsoft, security tools, social networking sites, or websites asking to “confirm” your identity.

When discussing, it is important to note how important it is to be selective when enabling notifications from websites. More and more legitimate and trusted websites are employing this feature so that they could offer more services and functions. Adware servers are using this feature so that they could display ads even when you are not browsing the web. Needless to say, if you enable notifications from, you will be bombarded with suspicious, potentially unreliable ads, and that can be extremely irritating, distracting, and also dangerous. So, in the future, please be selective about whose notifications you want to see. If you are prompted with a pop-up asking to show/enable notifications, do not click Show/Allow/Enable without thinking things through. Even if the website appears to be legitimate, you want to check the Privacy Policy and learn what these notifications can offer you. The good news is that even if you have enabled notifications from unknown websites, you can change that. On Mozilla Firefox, you can go to about:preferences#privacy and then to Notifications to edit preferences. On Google Chrome, you can delete notifications in the chrome://settings/content/notifications menu.

Whether you enabled notifications by, adware is responsible for exposing you to ads from this adware server, or you visited websites that redirected to ad pages, you need to rethink your virtual security. First, you need to delete adware or notifications. When it comes to adware, the removal procedures depend on what kind of adware exists. Employ a malware scanner to figure that out, and then use the search at the top to find an appropriate removal guide. Of course, it is best if you install an anti-malware program that can automatically clear everything that is malicious. If notifications were enabled, follow the instructions below or reset your web browsers. The instructions we propose show how to eliminate undesirable notifications and how to clear browsing data to ensure that no data trackers are left behind. Once you have your browsers and system cleared, make sure you start being more cautious about the websites you visit, the apps you download, and also the notifications you allow/enable. Removal

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch the browser and enter about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  2. In the Privacy & Security menu, go to Permissions and then to Notifications.
  3. Click the Settings button on the right.
  4. Select the website whose notifications you want to disable and click Remove Website.
  5. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete buttons to open the Clear browsing data menu.
  6. Select the time range and boxes you want and then click Clear Now.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch the browser and enter chrome://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  2. Find the website whose notifications you want to disable.
  3. Click the More actions button on the right and then click Remove.
  4. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  5. Select the time range and boxes you want and then click Clear data.
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