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Danger level 6
Type: Adware is an ad server that you should never interact with. In fact, you should think carefully before interacting with websites that might have introduced you to it as well. If an ad page delivered by this server opened up in front of you, it is likely that you were browsing an unreliable website or clicked a misleading button, ad, or link. If you want to avoid having to face this suspicious ad server again, we suggest that you trace your steps back and never repeat them again. Hopefully, you can learn about this and forget about the suspicious server completely. However, you should not do that if you have interacted with any content represented via it. So, have you allowed notifications? Have you clicked on ads? Have you downloaded anything? Whatever the issue might be, you need to address it head-on. In this report, we explain how to remove notifications, which is something that you might need to do if you keep seeing ads after interacting with this ad server.

According to our research team, is not a unique ad server. It is similar to,,,,, and hundreds of other unreliable servers that, quite possibly, were created for the sole purpose of advertising unreliable content. When you face first, you should face a pop-up asking if you want to allow notifications. Whenever a pop-up like that shows up, you need to ask yourself very carefully if you know the source of these notifications and if you know what kind of content would be shown. There are plenty of trustworthy websites that are using this feature, but ad servers are not trustworthy. They use it to flood careless users with ads. Because not many people know how to stop notifications, the advertisers behind the ad server have the perfect opportunity to flood you with obscene, shocking, and intriguing messages, some of which you might click without even meaning to.

Would your operating system get infected with dangerous malware as soon as you clicked on an ad shown by That is unlikely to be the case, but if you interact with the content you are shown after clicking the ad, that could happen. You also could fall victim to scams set up to extract personal information or steal money. If you find bogus ads promoting security or malware removal tools, you could be tricked into thinking that malware exists and then calling fake helpline numbers. If you dive deeper, you also could face login pages that only mimic the pages of legitimate websites. This is how hackers could steal your login credentials. The possibilities are endless when it comes to ad servers, and because it is impossible to know what kinds of parties could use, it is impossible to know how dangerous interacting with the shown ads could be. The point is that risks exist, and you need to take them seriously. If you value your virtual security, you want to delete all unreliable ads that might be showing up on the screen, and we have a few removal tips that, we know, will help.

If you have little knowledge of the notifications feature, you might not know that you need to use the browser itself to eliminate them. The ad server adds itself to the list of websites that are allowed to show notifications, and this is the list that you need to delete it from. If you have notifications enabled on Chrome, Firefox, or Edge browser, you can follow the guides below. Once you complete the steps below, no traces of the ad server should be left behind. When clearing browsing data, the key is to select the correct time range, in which the notifications were enabled. If ads continue to flood, or if you have downloaded anything promoted via them, installing reliable anti-malware software is the best move. Not only will it clean your system but also ensure full-time security. So, do you have a plan? If you still need more information on how to delete notifications, do not hesitate to leave your questions in the comments section. Removal

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser and then open a menu by tapping keys Alt+F.
  2. Click Settings, go to Privacy and security, and click Site Settings.
  3. Go to the Notifications menu and identify the URL of the ad server.
  4. Click the More actions button on the right and click Remove.
  5. Back in the Privacy and security menu, click Clear browsing data.
  6. Click the Advanced tab at the top and, first, select a time range.
  7. Pick the boxes you want and then click Clear data.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser and open the Tools menu by tapping keys Alt+T.
  2. Click Options, go to Privacy & Security, and navigate to History.
  3. Click the Clear History button and, first, select a time range.
  4. Pick the boxes you want and then click OK.
  5. Navigate to Permissions, go to Notifications, and click Settings.
  6. Select the URL of the ad server and then click Remove Website.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Open the browser and then open a menu by tapping keys Alt+F.
  2. Expand the History menu and then click Clear browsing data.
  3. Select a time range, pick the boxes you want, and click Clear now.
  4. Move to the menu on your left and then click Site permissions.
  5. Click Notifications and then find the URL of the ad server.
  6. Click the More actions button on the right and click Remove.
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