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Category: Adware is an adware server that might be identified as an “adware helper” by the malware scanner or anti-malware tool that you have employed. An adware helper does not sound like a terrible thing, but you definitely want it removed. According to our researchers, this helper is found only if the user has notifications from the adware server enabled. That is something that cannot happen randomly, and the user has to accept notifications. Unfortunately, push notifications are introduced by various official and reliable websites, and some people might automatically assume that all notifications requests are equal. They are not, and if you have enabled notifications presented by the adware server, you already know it. Do you want to delete notifications? We are sure that you do, and we are happy to share that the same instructions (see below) can be used to disable the adware helpers used by,, and many other adware servers.

Did you enable notifications after responding to a pop-up that, allegedly, was set up to confirm you as a human? You might be used to captcha messages and “are you a robot?” messages, but that does not mean that you need to respond to them carelessly. If you do, you might enable unreliable notifications by accident. The ones presented by can introduce you to malware installers, fake deals and discounts, unhealthy supplements, bogus surveys, data-mining sweepstakes, and so on. We cannot predict exactly what would happen if you interacted with these notifications, but we can make some predictions. According to them, you might spend more money than you normally would. You might spend money on fake services or products. You might install malware. You might reveal highly sensitive information to schemers, who are trying to hijack your accounts or involve you in phishing scams. Needless to say, you are at risk with these notifications enabled, and so we recommend deleting them ASAP.

Before you remove adware helpers, we recommend taking a look at your browsing activity and the use of the notifications feature. You already know that not all notifications are equal, and therefore, you should not enable them carelessly. In fact, you want to read about the feature and the content that it can introduce you to before clicking any buttons. If you do not want to waste time, always reject them. Also, limit your access to unreliable websites, which might include illegal file-sharing or movie-streaming sites. If you visit such sites, your chances of facing unreliable ads and notifications requests are much higher. Of course, if you choose to put your virtual security on the back burner just so you could browse unreliable websites, at the very least block notifications and do not interact with suspicious ads and offers. Also, pay attention to the privacy permissions you agree with when visiting new websites. If you are asked to enable cookies, for example, you want to make sure that you analyze them to see whether they are not going to collect personal data, share it with unreliable parties, or flood you with more ads.

Use the guides below to remove notifications from Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. Alternatively, employ an anti-malware tool that can delete adware helpers automatically. We hope that you take your time to choose the most appropriate removal method. While it might be tempting to go with manual removal, this might be a temporary fix only, especially if you choose to continue visiting websites that are known to be linked to unreliable adware servers and unreliable advertising parties. If you are looking at the bigger picture, and you want to ensure that your virtual security is guarded at all times, it might be best to implement a reliable security system right away.

How to delete

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser and tap ALT and F keys together.
  2. Open the Settings menu and then move to Privacy and security.
  3. Open the Site settings menu and then go to Notifications.
  4. Remove/Block the websites presenting unwanted notifications.
  5. Tap CTRL, SHIFT, and DELETE keys together.
  6. In the menu at the top, click the Advanced tab.
  7. Select a time range and the boxes you want and click Clear data.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser and tap ALT and T keys together.
  2. Open the Options menu and then move to Privacy & Security.
  3. Access the Permissions menu and click Settings next to Notifications.
  4. Remove the websites presenting unwanted notifications.
  5. Tap CTRL, SHIFT, and DELETE keys together.
  6. Select a time range and the boxes you want and click OK.
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