Removal Guide

Do you know what notifications are?

If you do not want to see ads, notifications can be a pain. Luckily, it is the kind of pain that is very easy to handle because all you need to do is disable/block/remove those unwanted notifications directly from the affected browser. Most likely, that is Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Of course, if you are trying to delete notifications from a different browser, we can help you. Add a comment below, and our team will assist you shortly. Also, note that there are many other advertising websites that can trick you into enabling unreliable notifications. These include,,, or If you need to disable notifications that are coming from these sources as well, we are happy to say that the same instructions can be used.

So, let’s start from the beginning. notifications cannot appear out of nowhere. You have to allow/enable them first. Regular web-browsing users are most likely to be exposed to this advertising platform as they visit unreliable websites. For example, if you frequent websites that offer illicit movie/TV series streaming services, you could be exposed to ads of just when you click buttons, search for movies, etc. When visited first, the platform asks the visitor if notifications are allowed. If you ignore the request, it shows up every time you are exposed to the platform. If you deny notifications, they should not show up. However, as you visit the platform and face the ads, surveys, alerts, and installers represented via it, you might attract data-tracking web cookies and also expose yourself to scams and malware. So, you could be in trouble without even enabling Removal screenshot
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If notifications are enabled, notifications can pop up from the Desktop too. These too can promote ads, surveys, alerts, and installers, and if you interact with them carelessly, you could end up downloading malware or PUPs, disclosing sensitive private information, paying for bogus services or tools, trusting fake security warnings, and so on. Hopefully, you have not been lured into interacting with misleading notifications, but if you have, note that you could have jeopardized your own security. Delete anything that was downloaded, retract any related purchases via your bank, scan your system to see whether or not malware exists, and watch out for personalized scams that could be set up using collected information. It goes without saying that we do not like notifications. In fact, we recommend that you delete them as soon as possible.

Is it difficult to remove notifications? Not at all, and that is why we believe that most people will be able to complete this task manually. Of course, this is a good option only if other threats do not exist on your operating system, which a legitimate malware scanner can find out for you. Also, you should go with the automated anti-malware software option if your system lacks protection and if it is vulnerable to the attacks of dangerous malware. As you can see, a simple notification can cause real problems, and so you can only imagine what a full-fledged malware attack can entail.

Delete notifications

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Enter about:preferences#privacy into the Firefox’s address bar.
  2. In the History section, click the Clear History… button.
  3. Choose a time range, mark boxes, and click OK.
  4. In the Permissions section, go to Notifications, and click Settings.
  5. Click the URL of the advertising platform and click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Enter chrome://settings/content/notifications into the Chrome’s address bar.
  2. Find the advertising platform, click the three dots next to it, and click Block.
  3. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  4. Choose a time range, mark boxes, and click Clear data.

In non-techie terms:

You cannot trust the notifications and advertisements delivered by because they are likely to promote the surveys, prize giveaways, installers, offers, warnings, and other content that belongs to unreliable parties. If you do not want to be scammed, you have to stay away from such unreliable advertising platforms, and you certainly should not interact with the notifications delivered by them. Hopefully, you will be more cautious about whose notifications you allow/enable in the future. Right now, however, you need to focus on removing notifications specifically. The guides above should help Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome users eliminate notifications themselves. Even if you manage manual removal, you should seriously consider employing anti-malware software. It would ensure full-time protection, and you would not need to fear the potential entrance of malware.