Removal Guide

Do you know what is? is an adware server that was set up to introduce you to all kinds of offers. These could range from coupons to shopping discounts, from surveys to prize giveaways, and from service deals to software installers. At the end of the day, the purpose of the server is to maximize the exposure of third-party advertisements, and it is hard to say whether the ads shown to you would be reliable and worth your attention or if they would be misleading and even dangerous to interact with. Just to ensure that you stay on the safe side, it is best to stay clear from all kinds of virtual ads. Of course, you should not ignore the ads completely. If you notice them, you need to inspect your operating system immediately to make sure that you do not need to delete malware. If you discover that you need to remove threats, you should waste no time. Please continue reading if you wish to learn more.

Similarly to, asks for permission to show ads. A pop-up asking to “show notifications” might show up when you visit unreliable websites or when you are redirected to them via unreliable links. Usually, such pop-ups ask to choose between “Allow” and “Block” options, but even if you decide to block the notifications/advertisements, you are likely to be shown the same pop-up again and again until you exit the page or click “Allow.” Without a doubt, you should exit the page or even the web browser when you discover such strange pop-ups. If you permit to show ads, permissions on Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox (at the moment, these are the browsers that this adware server works with) are modified. This ensures that ads keep showing up until you reset the browser or modify the notifications settings. Of course, if the ads are showing up because of adware that is installed on your operating system, you need to focus on removing this adware first.

The advertisements shown by are pretty unpredictable. They could be used for the purpose of promoting certain harmless services, but they could also be used to scam people. What do you think first when you encounter surveys, prize giveaways, and unfamiliar installers. You probably sigh and think to yourself how annoying they are. Unfortunately, they can go beyond annoying. They could be used to record personal information, or trick you into downloading malware and doing other things that could jeopardize your virtual security in the long run. Overall, while most people think that interacting with ads is a harmless activity, it must be taken seriously. Our research team suggests that you ignore ads altogether, especially when they are introduced to you via strange websites or by strange applications. If you need to delete malware that you downloaded when interacting with ads, do not wait.

If adware or other kinds of malware exist, you want to delete it as soon as possible. If threats do not exist yet, what you can do is change notifications settings on your Chrome or Firefox web browser. That is how you can remove ads permanently. The instructions below show how to do that manually. If malware exists, you want to delete it quickly, and it is easiest and most efficient to rely on anti-malware software. It will inspect your system, and if threats are found, it will eliminate them automatically. Beyond that, it will ensure your system’s protection in the future, and full-time protection is one of the most important things you need to take care of right now.


Google Chrome

  1. Launch the browser and enter chrome://settings/content/notifications into the address bar.
  2. Click the More actions (three dots) icon on the right of and click Remove.
  3. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  4. Select time range, mark all boxes, and click Clear data.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch the browser and enter about:preferences#privacy into the address bar.
  2. Move to the Permissions menu and then click Settings… on the right of Notifications.
  3. Select and click Remove Website. Click Save Changes.
  4. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys on the keyboard.
  5. Select time range, mark all boxes, and click Clear Now.

In non-techie terms:

You should not be careless with ads because they can hide malicious links, scams, and malware installers. If you encounter ads, the chances are that you allowed the ads to show up. If your web browser’s notifications settings are modified, the ads will keep reappearing again and again. Follow the steps above to delete notifications, and also clear the browsing data. Afterward, inspect your operating system using a legitimate malware scanner to make sure you do not need to delete malware. If you do, waste no time to do it. If you cannot take care of that manually, install a legitimate anti-malware program that will scan and remove threats automatically.