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Danger level 6
Type: Adware

Were you trying to stream something illegally, but you were interrupted by an ad from This advertising website can be introduced to you via redirects, and while it might seem relatively regular or even harmless, interacting with it could be dangerous. It is particularly dangerous for you to click the ‘Allow’ button that might be introduced to you. According to our researchers, you could be pushed into doing that with the help of such messages as “Please click on the ALLOW to stream” or “FIND WHERE TO STEAM ANYTHING, ANYWHERE […] Where do I start? Click here!” If you click ‘Allow,’ the advertising website is granted permission to show you notifications. Are you familiar with this feature? You might be because legitimate websites employ it too. Unfortunately, unreliable advertising websites can exploit it in a malicious way. It goes without saying that we recommend removing notifications, and if you want to learn how to do it, you should continue reading. is practically identical to,,,, and many other well-known, well-researched advertising websites that might support different parties and serve different purposes. Some of them might be used to boost traffic to less popular websites and promote less popular products or services. Others might be exploited for the purposes of scheming visitors or even tricking them into downloading malicious software. Speaking of malicious software, you cannot refute the possibility that you need to delete malware from your system. Of course, it is most likely that you were redirected to this website not because of adware or other kinds of malware, but because of your own behavior. As we mentioned previously, it is most likely that you were trying to stream videos or movies on illegal websites. While legitimate streaming sources are relatively safe, people often look for illegal, unsafe sources because they want to save a few dollars. Of course, keep in mind that your virtual security is worth more than that.

If you are tricked into enabling notifications, various kinds of advertisements can start showing up on your screen. As our research team indicates, ads could show up from the Desktop as well, but that should happen only when the affected browser is opened. You need to watch out for all notifications delivered using this advertising platform. Even if they are attractive shopping deals, prize giveaways, or installers for seemingly wonderful applications, you need to keep away. Unfortunately, notifications could be used to introduce you to scams, malware installers, and links to malicious websites. So, if you do not want to expose yourself to schemers and malware distributors or lose money for no good reason, you need to disable notifications immediately. Furthermore, you ought to clear browsing data just in case you have interacted with any notifications or the advertising website itself. If you do not clear cache and delete cookies, information about you could be collected and used to scam you more efficiently. We are sure that that is something you would want to avoid.

Do you know what you want to do next? We hope that you understand the importance of deleting notifications. That is not hard to do, and to make the task easier, we have created easy-to-follow removal guides for Firefox, Chrome, and Edge users. If you want us to add instructions for a different web browser, let us know by posting a comment below. Our instructions also include steps on how to clear browsing data. As we have mentioned already, we believe that that is important to do for your own virtual security. Of course, removing notifications is not the only thing you must do if you interacted with them at any point. If you have, perhaps you need to cancel purchases, secure personal data, or even delete malicious threats and PUPs. If you suspect that you might need to delete threats, but you cannot identify them yourself, install a trusted anti-malware tool, and it will take care of existing malware and your system’s security automatically. Removal

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser and enter about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  2. Scroll down to the History menu and then click the Clear History… button.
  3. Select a time range, check the boxes you want, and click OK.
  4. Scroll down to the Permissions menu and click Settings next to Notifications.
  5. Select the URL of the undesirable ad source and click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser and enter chrome://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  2. Identify the URL of undesirable ad source, click the three dots on the right, and click Block.
  3. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  4. Select a time range, check the boxes you want, and click Clear data.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Open the browser and enter edge://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  2. Click Notifications and identify the URL of the undesirable ad source.
  3. Click the three dots on its right and click Remove.
  4. Enter edge://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  5. Select a time range, check the boxes you want, and click Clear now.
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