Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

If you browse the web daily, you might already know from experience that sites like are troublesome. This is an adware server that opens webpages to display advertisements, requests, notifications, offers, and other content. This adware server is unlikely to be used by trustworthy parties, and it is much more likely to be exploited by questionable advertisers, suspicious software distributors, unpopular shopping sources, and so on. Undoubtedly, interacting with this adware server and the ads introduced via it is extremely risky, and so we suggest that you refrain from doing it. Of course, if you have enabled notifications, you now need to delete them. If you have no idea how to remove notifications, we suggest that you continue reading.

Just like,,, and tons of other unreliable adware servers, was created by someone we know nothing about. Unfortunately, it does not look like the creator can be trusted. They are most likely to exploit unreliable websites (e.g., gambling or illegal file-sharing/video-streaming websites) as platforms to deliver ads. When you face ads first, you should be introduced to a pop-up asking to “allow” notifications. The pop-up might also be supported by a message like this: “Click ALLOW to confirm that you are not a robot!” If you fall for the trick, you might enable notifications that allow the server to feed you ads, offers, and other content whenever you browse the web. You do not even need to visit the source of the ad or related websites, as once the notifications are enabled, they can pop up directly on your screen.

The enabled notifications can be used to scam you, expose you to malware, or simply boost traffic to unreliable websites. Without a doubt, you have to be extremely careful about how you interact with the content you are shown. If you participate in fake surveys and prize giveaways, you could end up disclosing sensitive information. If you download the promoted extensions and applications, you could end up downloading PUPs and malware. If you pay for services and goods introduced to you, you could end up wasting money. On top of all that, every interaction could lead to the injection of new data-tracking tools (e.g., cookies, beacons, pixels), and they could be employed to gather sensitive information. This is why the manual removal instructions below include steps that show how to delete data trackers.

If you need to delete notifications from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers, you will be able to take care of things yourself using the guide below. Note that if you need us to cover a different web browser, we can do that right away, just let us know via the comments section. Here, you can also ask us questions about and the removal of notifications. However, note that it is not enough to just disable unwanted notifications, especially if you have interacted with them. For example, if you disclosed sensitive information, you might have to watch out for scams, and if you have downloaded anything, you might need to employ legitimate anti-malware software to help you perform the removal of malicious threats automatically. This is also the software we recommend installing if you want to keep your operating system and browsers protected in the future.

Remove notifications

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser and type about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  2. Hit Enter on the keyboard to access the Privacy & Security menu.
  3. Scroll down to the History menu and then click Clear History.
  4. Pick a time range, choose the boxes you want, and then click OK.
  5. Scroll down to the Permission menu, find Notifications, and click Settings.
  6. Select the URL of the website that shows unwanted notifications and click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser and then type chrome://settings/content into the address bar.
  2. Hit Enter on the keyboard to access the Site Settings menu.
  3. Click Notifications and find the URL of the website that shows unwanted notifications.
  4. Click the More actions button (three vertical dots) and then click Remove or Block.
  5. Type chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  6. Hit Enter on the keyboard to access the Clear browsing data menu and click Advanced.
  7. Pick a time range, choose the boxes you want, and then click Clear data.

In non-techie terms:

You can manually delete notifications from Firefox and Chrome browsers using the steps shown above. That is something we recommend doing because as long as these notifications are enabled, you will keep getting bombarded with ads, alerts, warnings, offers, and other content that could, potentially, be misleading and set up to scam you or help the distribution of malicious programs. Have you downloaded something already? If you have, you might need to remove it. Install a legitimate malware scanner to help you examine your operating system, and employ a trusted anti-malware tool to have all detected threats deleted automatically. If you feel lost, and you do not know what you need to do to secure yourself and your browsers, do not hesitate to contact us and ask for help via the comments area.