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Danger level 6
Type: Adware

vYou are most likely to be redirected to when you visit porn websites or when you visit websites that should make it possible for you to stream sports, TV series, movies, or live channels for free. Such websites generally offer free services, with paid subscriptions options to access allegedly premium content. Most visitors, of course, stick to free services, and that means that the creator of the website has to earn money via advertising. Trusted brands and vendors would never associate themselves with illegal streaming or pornographic content sites, but unreliable advertisers, who might have a hard time finding an advertising platform or who might not be willing to pay a lot of money for an advertising spot, are likely to exploit such websites to the fullest. Unfortunately, if you interact with the ads that belong to schemers, you could be at risk, and if you also enable notifications that are introduced to you via some of the advertising websites you might be exposed to, you could flood yourself with even more ads. Do you need to remove notifications? We can help with that. is almost identical to,,,, and tons of other advertising websites that web browsing users are usually redirected to via unreliable websites or when they interact with misleading ads, pop-ups, links, buttons, and other tools employed by advertisers. The greatest thing that they have in common is that they all request visitors to enable notifications. You might have come across this request in one form or another when visiting legitimate websites too. You have the choice to enable or block them, and if you are leaning towards enabling/allowing them, you need to do thorough research. Is the website trustworthy? What content can it show via notifications? How is it using the notifications feature? uses it for advertising purposes only, and if you allow the notifications, according to our researchers, advertisements can be fed to you via a “mini notifications window” via the Desktop. The advertisements shown to you can be not only annoying and disruptive but also contain graphic content or expose you to scams and route to malicious websites.

If you interact with the notifications delivered by, you are likely to be exposed to scams, unreliable shopping offers, misleading discounts, and other unpredictable and likely unreliable content. Due to this, we strongly advise that you do not interact with them. That is easier said than done if you are simply flooded with ads and if you are routed to scam websites just by clicking the X buttons to close the ads. Malvertising – or malicious advertising – is aggressive and persistent, and getting rid of it is not that simple. Moreover, a single click can enable tracking cookies, which could store information about you and help advertisers further. Even your browsing activity could be tracked. What we are trying to say is that interacting with ads is a huge risk that we do not recommend taking. If you want to make sure that no data tracking tools are left behind to spy on you after you disable/delete the undesirable notifications, it is also a good idea to clear browsing data on the browser that was affected.

Undoubtedly, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome are two of the most popular web browsers that support the notifications feature. If you have either or both of them installed on your computer or laptop, we suggest that you follow the instructions below to learn how to delete notifications. The process is simple, and you do not need to be experienced to succeed. You also can use the instructions below to clear browsing data if you want to take this step. We recommend that you do. Afterward, it is a good idea to install a legitimate malware scanner to examine your operating system thoroughly. If any hidden threats are uncovered, you want to remove them fast, and you can employ a legitimate anti-malware tool to take care of that automatically. In the future, you have to be mindful about what websites you visit, what ads you interact with, and what notifications you enable. Your security could depend on that. Removal

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open your browser and then tap Alt+T keys for the Tools menu to show up.
  2. Click Options and then navigate to the Privacy & Security menu.
  3. Go to the Permissions menu, scroll down to Notifications, and click Settings.
  4. Select the website you want to stop showing notifications and click Remove Website.
  5. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys for the Clear Recent History menu to show up.
  6. Choose a time range, mark the boxes, and then click Clear Now.

Google Chrome

  1. Open your browser and then tap Alt+F keys for the Chrome menu to show up.
  2. Click Settings menu, move to Privacy and security, and then click Site Settings.
  3. Click three dots on the right of the website you want to stop showing notifications and click Remove.
  4. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys for the Clear browsing data menu to show up.
  5. Choose a time range, mark the boxes, and then click Clear data.
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