Removal Guide

Do you know what is?

We hope that you have not interacted with advertisements served by, an unreliable ad server that is most likely to work with unreliable parties. It could promote the installers of malicious and useless programs. It also could promote scams set up to take your money, extract your personal information, or help hackers take over your operating system. Of course, we can only guess what could happen if people interacted with the unreliable ads because different ads could be introduced every time. All in all, our recommendation is that you do not interact with the suspicious advertisements. If they keep showing up even after you exit the ad pages of the server, it is possible that you have enabled notifications. Continue reading to learn how to remove notifications.

Were you redirected to ad pages when you browsed unreliable websites? We are talking about sites that might offer free access to copyrighted content, including movies or software installers. Perhaps you found yourself on the ad page after clicking a suspicious ad or pop-up? Whatever the case might be, you must have been introduced to a pop-up requesting that you allow notifications. If you have accepted the request, you might have been tricked into thinking that that is necessary. When it comes to push notifications, you always have the option to reject them, and that is what we suggest doing, unless you are 100% sure that the service is trustworthy and you know what kind of content would be introduced. Do you know what notifications introduce? Advertisements.

Just like,,,, and many other known unreliable ad servers, presents advertisements, and it does that in an extremely irritating and distracting manner. According to our researchers, ads are likely to pop up on your screen regardless of what website you visit. The most disturbing thing about these ads, of course, is that they can introduce you to extremely misleading offers and alerts. These could span from fake prize giveaways to malware installers, from fake security warnings to bogus surveys, and from unreliable shopping offers to misleading pop-ups designed to boost traffic to other unreliable websites. Without a doubt, we believe that interacting with notifications can be extremely dangerous, and so we advise that you delete them ASAP.

We do not know which browser you have enabled notifications on, but if you have done that on Edge, Firefox, or Chrome browsers, you can remove them using the instructions below. If you choose this method of removal, we also recommend that you clear browsing data, which is important if you have interacted with advertisement associated with the ad server. You want to delete cookies that could have been planted to gather information about you and your virtual activities. Another option is to implement anti-malware software that can delete notifications as adware helpers. This software can also clean your system from other threats that might be active and also secure it against malware in the future.

Remove notifications

Microsoft Edge

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+F keys on the keyboard.
  2. Expand the History menu and click Clear browsing data.
  3. Choose a time range and boxes and then click Clear now.
  4. Click Site permissions in the menu on your left.
  5. Click Notifications and then find the URL of the ad server.
  6. Click the three dots on its right and then choose Remove.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+T keys on the keyboard.
  2. In the Tools menu at the top, click Options.
  3. In the menu on your left, click Privacy & Security.
  4. Navigate to the History menu and click Clear History.
  5. Choose a time range and boxes and then click OK.
  6. Navigate to the Permissions menu and click Settings linked to Notifications.
  7. Click the URL of the ad server and then click Remove Website.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+F keys on the keyboard.
  2. Select Settings, click More tools, and then click Clear browsing data.
  3. Choose a time range and boxes and then click Clear data.
  4. Tap Alt+F keys again, click Settings, and navigate to Privacy and security.
  5. Click Site Settings and then Notifications to find the URL of the ad server.
  6. Click the three dots on its right and then choose Remove.

In non-techie terms: is an ad server that might push you to enable notifications if you land on its ad pages. If you enable them, you should see a flood of advertisements, and interacting with them is very risky. That is because these ads could promote scams and the installers of useless and even malicious programs. Our research team recommends that you remove notifications as soon as possible, and if you have no idea how to do it, you can follow the instructions above. If you do not see your browser in these instructions, post a comment below with a request to add a guide for your browser, and we will add it as soon as possible. If you want to secure your system, this is the perfect time to install legitimate anti-malware software. Depending on the tool you choose, it might be able to identify and delete the unwanted notifications as adware helpers too. Of course, if you do not want to face more unreliable ads in the future, you have to be careful about what notifications you allow.