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Danger level 7
Type: Adware is an advertising platform that might introduce you to this message: “PREPARE TO DOWNLOAD! You need to enable browser notifications to start downloading.” Whatever you do, DO NOT enable notifications from unknown, unfamiliar, and clearly unreliable websites because they could be used to bombard you with scams, malware installers, explicit images, and simply useless offers. Hopefully, you haven’t been tricked into enabling any notifications, but if you have, there are a few things you need to learn. Also, we can show you how to remove notifications. If you think you can just ignore them, or if you believe that you can be provided with useful offers, we have to warn you that this advertising platform is most likely to be used by very unreliable parties. If you want to learn more about the platform or options to delete it, continue reading.

We have seen many advertising platforms that act just like A few of them include,,,,, and They can serve different parties, and they are likely to be introduced to people via different websites. Most likely, you were introduced to an ad, a notification request, or some other content by when you visited precarious websites. These include illegal video streaming websites, porn websites, online gaming websites, fake discount websites, unreliable shopping platforms, etc. All of these unreliable websites might earn money for promoting flashy banners, buttons, and pop-ups that redirect to the advertising platform. They also could redirect people to them randomly. Can you remember what has led you to the suspicious ad site? If you can, we hope that you will learn from your mistakes and never repeat them again. Can you continue visiting the suspicious websites without any consequences? That is unlikely to be the case.

When you land on any page of, cookies are automatically placed on your browsers to spy on you. These web cookies can gather information about your browsing activity and help unknown parties to profile you and learn your habits. This could be used to expose you to the most attractive, search-related offers. For example, if you have recently searched for a malware removal tool, advertisers working with could instantly show you pop-ups with bogus security warnings or ads for unreliable security tools. The issue can be exacerbated if you choose to enable notifications because that would allow the advertising platform to bombard you with all kinds of offers, installers, promotions, discounts, surveys, prize giveaways, and other scamming tools at any point. Hopefully, you have not interacted with any of that yet. If you have, you need to assess your virtual security carefully. If you think that someone might have swindled money from you, perhaps this is time for you to call your bank. Obviously, if you downloaded anything, we suggest removing it as soon as possible.

According to our researchers, can show commercial advertisements on any browser, but if you have enabled notifications by this advertiser, it is most likely that you use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. We have focused on these browsers to help you delete notifications. If you need assistance, do not hesitate to leave a comment below, but following these steps should be easy enough. Note that we also include steps that explain how to clear browsing data. This is important if you want to make sure that no tracking cookies are left behind to spy on you. Once you do all of this, it is a good idea to employ a trusted malware scanner for a full system scan. The last thing you need is to ignore hidden and invisible threats. If any are found, make sure you delete them immediately. Our final advice is to be more cautious when surfing the web. If you ever land on a suspicious website, be mindful about buttons, links, and pop-ups. If you are ever asked to enable notifications, think about what that entails. Removal

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser, tap Alt+F, and choose Settings.
  2. Go to Privacy and security, click Site settings, and choose Notifications.
  3. Find the advertising website’s URL, click three dots next to it, and click Remove.
  4. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete to access the Clear browsing data menu and click Advanced.
  5. Select the right time range and the boxes you want and then click Clear data.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser, tap Alt+T, and choose Options.
  2. Go to Privacy & Security, move to Permissions, and then find Notifications.
  3. Click Settings and then select the advertising website’s URL.
  4. Click Remove Website or click Remove All Websites to disable all notifications.
  5. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys to access the Clear Recent History menu.
  6. Select the right time range and the boxes you want and then click Clear Now.
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