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Allowing notifications can be dangerous. That depends on which website requests this permission. For example, is an adware server that can ask you to show/enable notifications on your web browser, and if you do that, you can expect an onslaught of advertisements. If you think that ads cannot be harmful, you need to think again. The term “malvertising” was not concocted randomly, after all. It stands for “malicious advertising,” and if you face such advertising, you could end up dealing with malware, scams, data theft, etc. We are sure that you do not want to expose yourself to such a danger, which is why you need to be careful when enabling notifications from unfamiliar websites. If you need to delete notifications, we are happy to help you with that. The guides below show how to remove notifications from Firefox and Chrome browsers, but you should read the report first.

There is a good chance that you were exposed to the pop-up asking to allow notifications when you were visiting unreliable websites. Illegal movie-streaming websites, scam websites, unreliable gaming websites, websites delivering pornographic content, and websites controlled by money-hungry parties could all agree to promote for a certain price. Fictitious websites could even be set up to redirect gullible visitors to this adware server. That is how people get exposed to the pop-up requests to enable notifications by,,, and various other adware servers. Note that if you have enabled notifications by any of these specific servers, you can use the same removal guide below to disable notifications. What happens if you do not do that? Well, that could lead to an onslaught of various advertisements, some of which could even pop up from the Desktop. Unfortunately, who these ads belong to is unknown, which is the greatest danger.

What if the parties using are malicious? What if they are using this precarious advertising platform for display malicious ads? These are the risks you would be dealing with if you decided not to delete notifications. Even your browsing history could be recorded and analyzed to know exactly how to attract you. So, for example, an ad concealing a link to a malicious website could promote something that you recently researched. Of course, in most cases, schemers rely on too-good-to-be-true offers to attract users. Think miracle cures, easy money-earning schemes, 99% discounts, cybersecurity claims, and so on. Schemers usually try to offer something that most people cannot refuse, but you need to be careful if you do not want to be scammed! Even clicking on an ad that could hide a link to a malicious website could be dangerous because highly intrusive cookies could be placed immediately to spy on you and gather more and more information that someone could use to build elaborate scams.

If we haven’t made it clear by now, our recommendation is that you remove notifications. It is not as difficult as it might sound to be, and if you follow the instructions below, you should be able to delete unwanted notifications from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers immediately. It is also a good idea to clear browsing data to ensure that there are no cookies that could spy on you left behind. After that is taken care of, we also recommend scanning your entire operating system. Utilize a trusted malware scanner, and it will let you know if there is anything that you need to delete besides notifications, which might be identified as adware helpers, by the way. Obviously, if threats are found, the best thing you can do is install a legitimate anti-malware tool to deal with them automatically.

How to delete notifications

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Launch the browser and tap keys Alt+T to access the Tools menu.
  2. Click Options, go to Privacy & Security, and move to Permissions.
  3. Click Settings next to Notifications, select the adware server, and click Remove Website.
  4. Back in Privacy & Security menu, go to History and then click Clear browsing data.
  5. Select the time range and boxes you want and then click Clear Now.

Google Chrome

  1. Launch the browser and tap keys Alt+T to access the Chrome menu.
  2. Click Settings and then click Clear browsing data.
  3. Select the time range and boxes you want and then click Clear data.
  4. In the Settings menu, click Site Settings, click three dots on the right of the adware server and click Remove.
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