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Danger level 6
Type: Adware

When you browse the web, do you want to find the content you are looking for, or do you want to face ads by We are sure that you would choose the former every time. Unfortunately, some users are careless when they browse the web, and that is what leads them to adware servers and unreliable advertisements. Of course, it is one thing to face an unreliable adware server, and it is a completely different thing to interact with it. If you have found this article, it is likely that you have “allowed” unwanted notifications that you now want to delete. You could have been tricked into doing that because of the “To confirm you are not a robot, click the “Allow” button” that showed up on your screen. In any case, you want to remove notifications, and we hope that the information provided in this article will help you. Read carefully, and do not hesitate to leave us questions in the comments section if you want to learn more. is definitely not the only adware server that you need to be cautious about. A few others that we can mention include,, and They might be controlled by different parties, they might be linked to different websites, and they might promote different content, but they are equally as unreliable. You are most likely to face these adware servers when you visit websites that promote them. Obviously, we are not talking about legitimate and reputable websites here. You are most likely to face when you stream illegally, when you browse porn, or when you use unreliable file-sharing platforms. That is a problem in itself because when you visit such websites, you might accept intrusive web cookies, download unreliable software, or even get involved in virtual scams. Obviously, you can avoid that by existing unreliable websites and ignoring the content shown via unreliable adware servers. However, that becomes impossible to do if you enable notifications.

The notifications introduced by can flood your Desktop and disrupt your web browsing sessions. These notifications can promote malware or useless programs, introduce you to scams, and also connect you to cybercriminals. These notifications are likely to attract you with too-good-to-be-true offers, and they might even use your own browsing history and preferences to design offers and ads that you are more likely to interact with. Undoubtedly, there is a huge risk that you could create serious security problems by interacting with notifications, which is why we advise against it. If you have interacted with unreliable ads, our recommendation is that you pay attention to what has happened. Did you install something? Did you disclose your phone number, full name, email address, or other sensitive information? Did you buy something? Hopefully, you do not need to deal with lasting consequences, but if you need to rectify something, do it fast. For example, if you suspect that you might have been tricked into downloading malware, we recommend installing a trusted malware scanner. Once you have the threats that require removal listed, you can figure out how you want to get rid of them.

Some of the most popular web browsers support the notifications feature, and that is why we have created a guide that covers Firefox, Edge, and Chrome browsers. Hopefully, that is what you need, but if you need help deleting notifications from another browser, let us know, and we will add them. We also hope that you will learn from this incident, and you will be more selective when choosing which notifications to enable. Without a doubt, you should NEVER enable notifications introduced by unknown sources and adware servers. In case ads continue to flood your screen after you perform the steps shown below, do not hesitate to implement anti-malware software. This is the software we recommend installing also if you have downloaded something strange, and if you need protection against malicious threats in the future. Removal

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch Firefox and enter about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  2. In the Privacy & Security menu, scroll down to History and click Clear History.
  3. Choose the right time range, select boxes, and click OK.
  4. Scroll down to Permissions, go to Notifications, and click Settings.
  5. Select the URL of and click Remove Website.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Launch Edge and enter edge://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  2. Find the URL of, click the icon on the right, and click Remove.
  3. Enter edge://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  4. Choose the right time range, select boxes, and click Clear Now.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Chrome and enter chrome://settings/content into the address bar.
  2. In the Site Settings menu click Notifications.
  3. Find the URL of, click the More actions icon on the right, and click Remove.
  4. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  5. Choose the right time range, select boxes, and click Clear data.
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