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Danger level 6
Type: Adware

It is most likely that you were exposed to when you visited a website offering free streaming websites. Such websites are usually able to offer free services – which, of course, are illegal – through advertising, and they are most likely to be associated with unreliable parties. If you were exposed to the adware server, we hope that you exited it without interacting with the content presented to you. If you complied with the “Click ALLOW to start playing your Video” request, you might have enabled notifications by the server. Is this bad? It can be because the enabled notifications can be used to flood you with all kinds of ads. As you now know, the server is most likely to be associated with unreliable parties, and so the ads it shows are likely to be unreliable as well. You cannot delete these ads permanently by closing them. However, you can remove ads by disabling unwanted notifications. Continue reading to learn how to do it.

There are many websites that are starting to use the push notifications feature, as it is becoming more and more popular. These websites include legitimate social networking, news, entertainment sites, as well as unreliable adware servers. works just like,,,, and hundreds of other ad servers alike. You are unlikely to face them when you visit legitimate, reputable websites. On the other hand, if you visit illegal streaming sites, unreliable file-sharing sites, and other unreliable sources, you are very likely to face adware servers. Unfortunately, in some cases, they can use browsing history and users’ preferences to determine what kind of content they are likely to interact with. If you have enabled notifications, you are likely to face more personalized, hand-picked offers as well. Unfortunately, the attractiveness of these offers could be misleading, and your preferences could be used against you.

If you have dealt with ads already, you know that they can keep popping up on your screen during your browsing sessions. You already know that the advertisements are likely to use alarming warnings, flashy colors, and sensational content. All of this is meant to lure you into clicking on the ads shown. These could hide malware installers, financial scams, and data-mining scams. Needless to say, if you have interacted with the notifications introduced to you by, you could be at serious risk. Please think carefully about what kind of ads you have interacted with, and think about what needs to be done. For example, if you remember downloading supposedly beneficial extensions or apps, you might need to research and delete them. You also might need to delete additional data-tracking tools that could be injected as you move on to third-party sites linked to the ad server. Unfortunately, as you can see, it is unlikely that you can ignore the suspicious notifications, simply because your virtual security could depend on it. Needless to say, we recommend disabling them as soon as possible.

We cannot know what kind of a web browser you might have enabled notifications on, but since Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox web browsers are used most frequently, these are the browsers we have decided to cover in the manual removal guide below. If you follow this guide, you will be able to delete notifications yourself. Note that when you are in the ‘notifications’ menu, you should take the time to analyze the list of all enabled notifications sources. If you find anything else besides the suspicious ad server, you can remove it at the same time. Our guides also include steps that show how to clear browsing data, which we recommend doing to remove cookies, clear cache, and clean the browsing history. We hope that you will stop seeing annoying and unreliable ads after this, but if you continue seeing ads, do not give up. Install a trusted anti-malware tool that will clean your browser and, most importantly, will maintain the overall system’s protection automatically. Removal

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the Tools menu by tapping Alt+T keys.
  2. Click Options and then select Privacy & Security in the menu on the left.
  3. Scroll down to History and click Clear History…
  4. Pick a time range and boxes that match the adware server and click OK.
  5. Scroll down to Permissions.
  6. Find the Notifications entry and click Settings.
  7. Click the adware server and then click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the Chrome menu by tapping Alt+F keys.
  2. Click Settings and then scroll down to the Privacy and security menu.
  3. Click Clear browsing data.
  4. Pick a time range and boxes that match the adware server and click Clear data.
  5. Click Site settings.
  6. Open the notifications menu and then identify the adware server.
  7. Click the More actions icon on its right and choose Remove.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Open the Edge menu by tapping Alt+F keys.
  2. Click History and then click Clear browsing data.
  3. Pick a time range and boxes that match the adware server and click Clear now.
  4. In the menu on the left, click Site permissions.
  5. Open the Notifications menu and identify the adware server.
  6. Click the More actions icon on its right and choose Remove.
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