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We believe that at the time of writing, has already been taken down, but if you’re battling another ad server, this description will be applicable to your situation as well. Ad servers have a very short lifespan, but they get changed by other servers very quickly. Thus, don’t be surprised if you see multiple domains on the ads that get thrown straight into your faces. The good news is that the likes of aren’t exactly there on your computer. Thus, you just need to remove adware components associated with the server from your browser. Nevertheless, you should still consider investing in a licensed antispyware tool.

One of the more important things to understand is that users allow and other similar domains to display commercial advertisements on their computers. They probably are not aware of how that happens, but first, let’s take a look at the default page, and what it says, shall we?

You will encounter the main page when you launch it accidentally while browsing some other website. Websites that offer free content, like games or videos, are usually full of outgoing links and other types of ads. Sometimes all it takes to launch a pop-up is a stray click anywhere on the page. When the pop-up appears on your screen, you might think that this pop-up has something to do with the website you were on because you just clicked it, and you didn’t seem to trigger an actual advertisement. Therefore, when says that you have to “click <<Allow>> to confirm that you’re not a robot,” you might feel inclined to do just that. You might think that by clicking the button, you agree to view a video or play a game.

Unfortunately, has nothing to do with the websites it gets promoted by. And by clicking the Allow button, you actually allow the ad server to modify your browser’s settings. With these modifications, the server can employ tracking cookies to collect information on your web browsing history. Of course, it cannot collect such sensitive information as banking logins or passwords, but it can still get a pretty decent idea of what websites you frequent, and what you usually search online for. This kind of information allows and associated third parties to generate custom commercial content. This content reaches you through the notifications that you have allowed by clicking the button.

Most of the time, the notifications will be harmless and a little bit annoying. However, does not check what kind of content you get to see through those notifications. And so, the advertising space offered by this ad server could be exploited by malevolent third parties. We are not trying to say that you will probably be infected with malware if you click any of the ads delivered via Such a plot twist is highly unlikely. Nevertheless, the risk to be exposed to various threats still remains, so you shouldn’t overlook it.

Take this matter into your hands and terminate everything related to from your system. Start with resetting your browser to default. This will delete all the information collected about your browsing history. If there are any unwanted extensions or plug-ins, you will be able to remove them, too. After that, use a reliable security application to scan your computer because you are bound to have more undesirable programs on-board. If more potential threats are found, do yourself a favor and remove them all automatically. Finally, do not hesitate to invest in a security program of your choice that would help you protect your system from all sorts of intruders.

How to Reset Your Browser


  1. Press Alt + F and click Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click Advanced.
  3. Press Restore settings to their original defaults.
  4. Click Reset settings to confirm.


  1. Press Alt + H and click Troubleshooting information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox at the top right corner of the new tab.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox and press Finish.


  1. Click the three dots at the top right corner of your window.
  2. Open Settings and click Reset settings on the left.
  3. Press Restore settings to their original values.
  4. Click Reset.
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