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Category: Adware is an advertising platform/website that is designed to push its visitors into enabling notifications. These notifications can promote all kinds of content, but it is unlikely to be trustworthy. Even if it shows advertisements for harmless services, more ads are likely to represent scams and hide links to other unreliable websites. Needless to say, interacting with such notifications is very dangerous, and if you are not careful, you could find yourself scammed. So, have you been exposed to the suspicious advertising platform? Have you enabled its notifications? Have you interacted with them? If you can answer “yes” to at least one of these questions, you should continue reading the report. If you do, you will learn why deleting notifications is recommended, as well as what removal methods you can apply in this situation. Keep in mind that we can always answer your questions via the comments section below.

If you enabled notifications, we assume that you have interacted with unreliable, illegal movie/TV streaming services or unreliable websites promoting gambling, gaming, or porn content. While most websites use some kind of advertising service, they certainly pick and choose which service providers are trustworthy and which ones are not. Let’s take Facebook as an example. When you use this social networking platform, it gathers information about you and translates it to personalized ads and content. If you enable the notifications feature offered by the platform, you can get messenger notifications, which can make the experience better. However, Facebook would never be trusted if it randomly redirected to unreliable advertising platforms, such as,,,, or Facebook users would also stop using the notifications feature if it was used to deliver unreliable content. The bottom line is that you are likely to face unreliable ads if you visit unreliable websites, and you are likely to enable unreliable notifications if you are careless. might convince you that you need to enable its notifications so that you could watch movies, access porn, play games, etc. However, when it comes to notifications, you always have the option to decline them. If you are provided with no such option, you can always leave the website. Unfortunately, some visitors just enable/allow notifications without really understanding how they work. Note that every notifications’ provider could use them in unique ways. is most likely to use it for advertising, and as we mentioned already, trustworthy services or product developers and promoters are unlikely to use the advertising of such an unreliable source. That leaves unreliable advertisers, and there are plenty of those. They could even use cookies and other data-tracking technologies to spy on you and see what kind of content you are more likely to interact with. Unfortunately, attractive content could hide scams and malware. Our recommendation is that you do NOT interact with any notifications, ads, surveys, prize giveaway forms, security warnings, installers, and other content introduced by this platform.

Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox users can remove notifications using the instructions presented below. If you follow the steps as they are shown, you will have the unwanted notifications disabled and also your browsing data cleared. We recommend clearing it to eliminate all potentially intrusive tracking cookies that could be employed by the advertising platform, its partners, and the parties behind the ads shown to you. While cookies might seem harmless because they are sort of invisible, they can aid unreliable parties greatly, and they could be used even after you delete notifications. Once you complete the manual removal instructions, it is a good idea to inspect your system with a genuine malware scanner, especially if the suspicious notifications were used to introduce you to unfamiliar extension and software installers. If you are unable to delete the discovered threats and further secure your operating system, we strongly recommend implementing anti-malware software.

How to delete

Google Chrome

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+F keys.
  2. Click Settings and then go to the Privacy and security menu.
  3. Click Site settings and then Notifications.
  4. Remove/Block the sources showing undesirable notifications.
  5. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys and navigate to the Advanced menu.
  6. Choose a time range and boxes and click Clear data.

Microsoft Edge

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+F keys.
  2. Click Settings and then click Site permissions in the menu on the left.
  3. Click Notifications.
  4. Remove the sources showing undesirable notifications.
  5. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys.
  6. Choose a time range and boxes and click Clear now.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch the browser and tap Alt+T keys.
  2. Click Options and move to the Privacy & Security menu.
  3. Go to the History menu, find Notifications, and click Settings.
  4. Remove the sources showing undesirable notifications.
  5. Tap Ctrl+Shift+Delete keys.
  6. Choose a time range and boxes and click OK.
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