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Danger level 5
Type: Adware is one of those annoying adware servers that might display a lot of commercial ads when you browse the web. For the most part, users who encounter things like allow these commercial ads as they click the “Allow” notifications button on a prompt. However, they are often not aware of the fact that they let these ads to appear on their browser.

Although this adware server does not enter your computer physically, there are ways to stop the annoying notifications from appearing. Rather than deleting itself, you need to reset your browser’s settings to default.

We would also like to point out that may not be online anymore at the time you read this description. These adware servers have a very short lifespan, and they get taken offline quite fast. However, when one server is taken down, a few others spring up in its stead, and so, there are multiple domains out there that perform the same functions, and you can employ the same methods to get rid of them. Hence, the manual removal instructions that you will find at the bottom of this description can be used for multiple adware servers.

Now, how do users encounter such things as There are actually many websites out there that are involved in adware and freeware distribution. If a website displays commercial ads or has lots of pop-ups, it is possible for adware servers to employ those pop-ups and display their content. Let’s say you visit an online gaming page that displays redirects and pop-ups. If one of those redirect windows leads you to, you will see a message box that asks you to allow notifications. If you are not careful about this, you might click the “Allow” button accidentally.

Allowing notifications via doesn’t change your browser’s settings in any drastic way. However, it is very likely that the modifications employ tracking cookies to collect information on your browsing history. This information is necessary to generate custom advertisements that will cater to your likes and preferences. These are the notifications that displays whenever you browse the web. At first, the notifications might look random, but the longer your browsing is tracked, the more custom those ads will get.

For the most part, the notifications displayed by and other similar adware domains are just annoying, and you can easily ignore them most of the time. However, there is always a chance that these ads will be misused by malevolent third parties, and you could be exposed to malicious websites that either collect personal data or distribute malware.

We should also emphasize that malware infection through and similar adware servers is highly unlikely. It is only the worst-case scenario that could happen if you’re very unlucky. Nevertheless, endless commercial ads slow down your browsing, and you might also be exposed to various online marketing campaigns, which is not entirely safe either.

What’s more, we have to remember that potentially unwanted programs and adware often travel together. So, this adware server could be the first sign that there are more unwanted programs installed on your computer. If you want to make sure that you do not have multiple unwanted apps on-board, you can scan your computer with the SpyHunter free scanner. It is usually possible to remove unwanted programs manually via Control Panel, but there’s always the choice of removing them automatically with a security tool of your choice. So, don’t hesitate to do that if you must.

As far as is concerned (or any other adware server for that matter), follow the guidelines below. As mentioned, you should reset your browser to default to get rid of the modifications imposed by this domain. By resetting your browser, you would also remove tracking cookies and other unwanted applications that could have been added along the way.

Although we strongly recommend installing a licensed security application to protect your system, your browsing habits are just as important in ensuring your computer’s stability. If you feel that you need to refresh your cybersecurity knowledge, please feel free to drop us a comment, and you will go through a list of things you can do to make your web surfing a safer experience.

How to Reset My Browser


  1. Press Alt + F and go to Settings.
  2. Scroll down and press Advanced.
  3. Click Restore settings to their original defaults.
  4. On the confirmation box, click Reset settings.


  1. Press Alt + H and go to Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox at the top right.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox and press Finish.


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