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Danger level 6
Type: Adware is an adware server that is a good example of what you can encounter online when you aren’t careful about the websites you visit. At the time of writing, is already taken down, but there are multiple adware servers out there that work following the same pattern, so that you can apply the same removal and security methods to all the other pages that display similar notifications. The most important thing to realize is that isn’t present on your system, and you just need to remove anything related to this server from your browser.

How do users encounter such servers? Well, it all depends on what kind of websites you visit on a regular basis. If the pages you frequent support third-party advertising, it is only a matter of time before you encounter an adware server that tries to push multiple notifications on your screen.

For example, online gaming sites, free online video streaming pages, and sometimes even agony aunt column websites could host multiple advertisements that are associated with one adware server or the other. Of course, for the most part, if you don’t click anywhere on those sites, you should be able to avoid But that might not be enough. In some cases, clicking anywhere on the site or even opening it can trigger a pop-up or a redirect that automatically connects to an adware server.

When you open such pop-ups or redirects, check whether you see a message on your screen that asks you to allow notifications. If you receive such notifications all the time, you might not even pay attention to it, simply clicking on the bold button to make it disappear. Unfortunately, clicking such notifications without reading them often results in a browser settings modification. And it’s not just about There are multiple adware servers out there that make use of such tactics to promote their content. Therefore, if you don’t want to be bombarded by multiple commercial ads when you browse the web, you can be more attentive and careful about the websites you visit and the notifications you click on.

Is it really dangerous to get exposed to Not really. It’s actually more annoying than dangerous. Such adware servers have a very short lifespan (as mentioned, is already taken down), but when one server goes down, there are several others that appear in its stead, so anything similar to clearly follows the same distribution and behavioral patterns.

Most of the time, the ads that are displayed through those notifications are absolutely random. However, the longer those modifications remain on your browser, the more influence they might have over what you see when you surf the net. The adware server could employ tracking cookies to collect data on your web browsing history. Although tracking cookies cannot steal your personally identifiable information, it could collect data on the websites you visit and the search keywords that you use the most often.

All that information can be used to generate custom commercial content. and other adware servers could then generate notifications and ads that are related to your likes and preferences. When you see custom ads, you would be more likely to interact with that content, and if you do, you generate financial profit for the people behind with the clicks that you make.

There is nothing illegal about this, but the ads promoted by different adware servers could carry suspicious content. does not review what it promotes, so the adware server could be easily exploited by cybercriminals if they know how to do it (and they most certainly do).

For that reason, you have to remove everything related to from your system. You can start by resetting your browser’s settings to default. After that, you can run a full system scan with a licensed antispyware tool. If the system scan locates more potential threats, you can remove them all automatically. Please remember that you are always in danger of getting exposed to potentially harmful content, so be mindful of the websites you visit. If you want to learn more about cybersecurity and you don’t know where you start, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment.

How to Reset My Browser


  1. Press Alt + F and click Settings.
  2. Click Advanced at the bottom.
  3. Scroll down and click Restore settings to their original defaults.
  4. Click Reset settings to confirm.


  1. Press Alt + H and click Troubleshooting information.
  2. At the top right corner, click Refresh Firefox.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox on the confirmation box and click Finish.


  1. Click the three dots at the top right corner of your browser.
  2. Open Settings and click Reset settings on the left.
  3. Select the Restore settings to their original values option.
  4. Click Reset to complete.
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