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If you are not a fan of push notifications on your screen, you may want to stay away from websites like Our specialists say that it is an adware server, which is why its notifications could be full of advertisements from different third parties. Merely visiting the website is not enough to receive notifications as the site has to be permitted to display them. Therefore, it might tempt users to give the needed permission in exchange for being able to watch some video. If you do not think it is a fair trade, we advise not to provide the adware server any permissions. In case you already did and now cannot stand its notifications, we can offer our deletion instructions located at the end of this text. They explain how to eliminate notifications manually step by step.

Redirection to such websites might happen while interacting with unreliable pop-ups, advertisements, etc. For instance, since claims to be loading a video, it could be advertised on pop-ups or banners that may offer free streaming content, news, and content alike. Thus, if you do not want to end up on adware servers and sites alike, you should never interact with content if you are not entirely sure that it is reliable and safe. Also, we highly recommend paying attention to the warnings of your browser. Your browser might sometimes warn about websites that might not necessarily be suspicious or unreliable, but that is not always the case. Thus, if your browser stops you from entering a website, you should find out more about the site in question instead of ignoring the alert.

If you visit, you might think that the website will soon load a video or some other content that you might be expecting to see. However, you should quickly see a note saying that you have to click a button titled Allow to subscribe to the website’s push notifications if you want to see the video. Thus, unlike our previously encountered adware servers like, does not try to convince users to click Allow by making them think that clicking the button will verify that they are not robots. Nonetheless, the fact that the adware server does not try to trick users does not see a good enough reason to click Allow. Especially if you do not like push notifications and have no wish to see them on your screen. Not to mention, the notifications could show advertisements from different third parties, so there might be no guarantees that they will promote only reliable content. Provided you do not want to risk seeing such notifications, we advise click Block that should be next to the Allow button.

What to do if you clicked Allow and now cannot stand the adware server’s notifications? There are a couple of solutions. One of them is to delete's permission, which it might have obtained after you clicked Allow, via your browser’s settings. If you do not know how to do this, you could use the instructions located below. The other way to erase notifications is to perform a full system scan with a reliable antimalware tool. As soon as the scan is complete, the tool should let you eliminate all detected items by pressing its displayed removal button.

Get rid of notifications

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Copy and paste this line: about:preferences#privacy into your browser’s address bar.
  3. Click Enter and wait until you see the Privacy & Security settings.
  4. Locate Permissions and find Notifications.
  5. Choose Settings and locate
  6. Select the adware server and press Remove Website.
  7. Select Save Changes.
  8. Relaunch the browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Copy and paste this line: chrome://settings/content/notifications into your browser’s address bar.
  3. Click Enter and wait till the Notifications settings page is loaded.
  4. Inspect the list located below the Allow section.
  5. Locate the adware server and remove permissions for
  6. Restart the browser.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Open Microsoft Edge.
  2. Click the three-dotted button on the browser’s top-right corner.
  3. Go to Settings and choose Site permissions.
  4. Access Notifications and check the Allow section.
  5. Find and click the three-dotted button.
  6. Press Remove.
  7. Restart the browser.
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