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Danger level 5
Type: Adware is an adware server that is used to display commercial content when users browse the web. There are countless of adware servers out there, and things like may not have a long lifespan. It means that at the time you read this description, the server might already be down. But it doesn’t mean that another one wouldn’t sprout in its stead. Therefore, if you know how to remove the traces of from your browser, you will know how to deal with other similar adware servers that you might accidentally come across on the web.

No one would willingly expose themselves to various security threats when they browse the web. Therefore, you probably wouldn’t open links to consciously. However, links to the adware server may be waiting for you on a number of websites that support third-party advertising. Remember all those sites that contain lots of pop-ups, and those pop-ups seem to jump into your screen any time you click anywhere on that page? Those are the websites you should be wary of. It might take just one click to be exposed to the domain or any other adware-related website that would try to change your browser’s settings.

On the other hand, it is important to note that cannot modify your browser’s settings without your consent. Therefore, if you get redirected to a page where this adware server displays a notification and asks you to allow ads, you can totally decline and be done with it. Simply close the new window without any second thought, and you will avoid multiple ads in the near future. In fact, you should avoid clicking anything on new pop-up windows no matter where they come from. It’s best to figure out what they want from you before interacting with unfamiliar content.

Now, what happens when users allow push notifications? If the notifications are allowed, then the algorithms related to this adware server start logging your browsing history. Some of the browser settings will also be modified to allow all sorts of commercial ads in mini windows on your desktop. For the most part, this kind of behavior is more annoying than dangerous, so some users may opt to simply ignore it and continue with their daily tasks. However, the longer and the more often you get redirected to, the more problematic it may get.

The point is that the longer these modifications remain on your browser, the more information on your browsing history this application may collect. And with that information, it can generate custom commercial content that will be displayed via these notifications that you allowed. In a sense, that’s the usual tactics employed by adware programs, potentially unwanted software, and other programs that depend on third-party advertising. This kind of information collection isn’t illegal, especially if you agree to it, but the main security concern associated with it is the fact that, adware domains, and potentially unwanted programs do not review the promoted content.

This is where the biggest security issue lies. If anyone that has malicious intentions makes use of and other similar adware servers to promote their content, it would be only a matter of time before you get exposed to something dangerous. Although adware seers and potentially unwanted programs are not inherently malicious, no one can guarantee that they won’t be exploited by cybercriminals. Hence, in the worst cases, those ads that you see on your screen may content some outgoing links that lead to malicious content and dangerous websites. Thus, this is the main reason you need to terminate anything associated with

Although the server itself isn’t physically present on your computer, you can restore your browser settings to default and terminate the cookies that collect information about your browsing habits. You should run a full system scan with a security tool of your choice to make sure that you don’t have more unwanted programs lurking in the background. It is true that you can remove most of the unwanted programs manually, but if you don’t want to spend your time on that, simply leave it to a security tool of your choice. That would probably be one of your best investments.

How to Reset My Browser


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


  1. Press Alt + H and navigate to Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox at the top right of the new tab.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox and select Finish.


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