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Danger level 6
Type: Adware

You must not interact with any pop-ups or advertisements introduced via if you happen to land on the pages of this adware server. According to our research team, you are most likely to land on these pages if you visit unreliable websites, including malware-ridden file-sharing sites or sites offering links to illegal streaming pages. You could be redirected to the unreliable adware server directly via the websites you visit or after clicking links, buttons, ads displayed on them. Once that happens, you are most likely to be introduced to a page asking to confirm whether or not you are a robot. If you are tricked into doing that, advertisements can flood you even when you exit the adware server pages or the websites associated with it. That is because the confirmation can be a camouflaged request for push notifications. Hopefully, you have not interacted with any ads yet, or you might need to delete malware. In any case, removing notifications is crucial. is pretty much identical to,,,, and a bunch of other adware servers that we have reported already. All of them ask to enable/allow notifications, and doing that is a mistake. Push notifications are offered by Google, Facebook, and many other reputable and trusted websites; however, that does not mean that all notifications can be trusted. While legitimate notifications might be used to alert you about new messages, videos, and other content you might be interested in, the ones used by adware servers are almost exclusively used for advertising. The worst part is that ads can show up randomly, even when you are browsing legitimate websites, and you cannot get rid of them completely by closing them. In fact, when it comes to this action, you have to be careful because even that could activate redirection to suspicious websites. Instead of dealing with ads one by one, you have to delete from the Notifications menu on your browser, and the sooner you do it, the better.

The advertisements introduced via can be extremely misleading, and shocking images, impossible-to-ignore offers, and intimidation tactics could be used to ensure that people click on them. In the best-case scenario, this would be used to boost traffic to unfamiliar, unpopular websites. Of course, if you interact with the content shown on these websites, tracking cookies could be placed to gather information about your virtual activity, and so you need to think very carefully if the presented offers are worth the risk. Unfortunately, there are far worse scenarios that we need to consider when it comes to and other adware servers alike. It could be used to open the installers of PUPs and malware, show bogus security alerts set up to trick you into paying for fake security services, promote unreliable shopping deals to swindle you out of money, and also expose you to virtual scams. Ultimately, you are unlikely to reap any benefits from interacting with the ads and notifications introduced by the adware server, and that is why we advise removing them as soon as possible.

Not many people know that notifications can be managed directly via browsers, which is why many of them struggle to delete notifications. The instructions right below were created to help you delete these notifications from Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Chrome browsers. These are the browsers that most people are likely to have the unwanted notifications enabled on. That being said, other browsers could be affected too, and if you need guides for them, we can always provide them too. Just add a comment below with your request. While you are removing the unwanted notifications, it is also a good idea to look at your browsing data. Perhaps you need to delete data-tracking cookies? And perhaps you want to clear cache? You can clear everything that was added in the same time range from when you were exposed to the adware server first, but we recommend clearing everything.

N.B. Do not forget to scan the system with a legitimate malware scanner afterward, especially if ads keep popping up after you complete the steps shown below. If you remain puzzled afterward, add your questions to the comments section. Removal

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Firefox and tap Alt+T keys.
  2. In the Tools menu, click Options.
  3. Move to Privacy & Security in the menu on the left.
  4. Click Clear History under History.
  5. Choose a time range and boxes and click OK.
  6. Click Settings next to Notifications under Permissions.
  7. Select the URL and click Remove Website.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Open Edge and tap Alt+F keys.
  2. In the menu at the top, click History.
  3. Click Clear browsing data.
  4. Choose a time range and boxes and click Clear now.
  5. In the Settings menu on the left, click Site permissions.
  6. Find the URL, click the three dots on the right, and choose Remove.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Chrome and tap Alt+F keys.
  2. In the menu at the top, click Settings.
  3. Move to the Privacy and security menu and click Site Settings.
  4. Open the Notifications menu.
  5. Find the URL, click the three dots on the right, and choose Remove.
  6. Go back to the Privacy and security menu and click Clear browsing data.
  7. Click the Advanced tab at the top.
  8. Choose a time range and boxes and click Clear data.
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