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Category: Adware

The last thing you want to happen when you launch your browser is to be flooded with ads. This adware server can be used by all kinds of unknown parties to promote services, installers, and deals. If you think that all parties using this suspicious adware sever are going to be trustworthy, you could be painfully wrong. Although there is little information about this adware server in terms of who created it or who is controlling it, our researchers have found it redirecting to pages that promote the installers of truly suspicious, questionable applications. That means that it cannot be trusted. So, if you are randomly redirected to ad pages, you should scan your operating system immediately. If you are warned that you need to delete ad-supported software, waste no time to take care of the issue. If you cannot identify the problem, but the ads keep showing up, keep reading to learn what you need to do.

Adware servers are very important because they alleviate the job of advertisers., needless to say, is not the only adware server there is. A few others to mention include,, and If you do not notice being redirected to advertisement pages via these servers, or identifying tags are not attached to banner ads, you might not know the source at all. All in all, it does not really matter which adware server is constantly redirecting you to ad pages. If it is happening, it is most important that you figure out what is going on and stop it. Maybe you recently allowed to show notifications? You might have clicked the “allow” button without even thinking. Maybe it is adware that is responsible for redirecting to pages? If that is the case, install a legitimate malware scanner to learn what you need to remove from your operating system. Hopefully, you are not a prisoner of some extremely malicious threat that is impossible to delete quickly.

Have you downloaded extensions or software promoted by If you have, you should not waste any time. In the best case scenario, you might have let in a harmless extension that is offering some kind of service and, in return, is collecting non-personally identifiable information. In a worse scenario, you could be facing spyware that might be leaking highly sensitive information to unreliable advertisers or even schemers and malware developers or distributors. The same malware scanner we recommended using to check if adware exists can also be helpful in examining your operating system for other kinds of malware or potentially unwanted programs. Do not panic if malware is found, but do not wait to see what happens either. The sooner you delete malicious threats, the better. Even if you are dealing with damage of some sorts, you want to make sure that you delete the source of the problem before you fix the problem itself.

Here we come to the part where we explain how to remove ads. Things, unfortunately, are more complicated than usual, and that is because we do not know the source of these ads. If you landed on an ad page just because you clicked a rogue link, most likely, there’s nothing to do. On the other hand, if adware exists, or notifications have been added to Chrome or Firefox browser, you should be able to get rid of ads by following the instructions below. While notifications are not pushed by Internet Explorer, you might have to uninstall applications that affect the browser. The instructions also show how to erase extensions on Chrome and Firefox browsers. At the end of the day, although it is possible you could delete all threats and disable all ads yourself, we encourage you to install anti-malware software. Why? You do not want to face adware servers and misleading ads in the future, do you? If you do not, a reliable security tool can help you avoid that, as well as thousands of malicious infections that could be waiting for the first opportunity to attack.

How to delete

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser, tap Alt+T, and click Options.
  2. In the menu on the left click Privacy & Security.
  3. Scroll down to the Permissions menu.
  4. Click Settings next to Notifications.
  5. Select the site whose notifications you want to disable.
  6. Click Remove Website and then Save Changes.
  7. Tap Alt+T again and click Add-ons.
  8. In the Extensions menu Remove the unwanted add-ons.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser, tap Alt+F, and click Settings.
  2. Scroll to the bottom and click Advanced.
  3. In the Privacy and security menu click Content settings.
  4. Click Notifications and find the site whose notifications you want to disable.
  5. Click the menu icon on its right and choose Remove.
  6. Tap Alt+F again, select More tools, and then choose Extensions.
  7. Click Remove next to the unwanted add-ons.

Internet Explorer:

N.B. You do not need to disable push notifications on IE, and you cannot remove extensions. However, you might have to uninstall applications that are affecting the browser.

  1. Launch RUN by simultaneously tapping Win+R keys on the keyboard.
  2. Type control panel into the box and click OK to launch Control Panel.
  3. In the menu, click Uninstall a program (under Programs).
  4. Select/right-click the undesirable application and then choose Uninstall.
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