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Enabling notifications presented by is a huge mistake. That is because these notifications can flood your screen with misleading offers and advertisements the moment you open your browser. Luckily, as it is possible to enable notifications, it is also possible to disable them. In this report, we show you how to delete notifications from your browsers by resetting them, but note that you can also disable notifications specifically. On Google Chrome, you can go to chrome://settings/content/notifications and remove the websites that are showing you the undesirable alerts or advertisements. On Mozilla Firefox, you can go to about:preferences#privacy, then open the Notifications Settings menu, and remove the websites. That being said, there are reasons why resetting browsers is the best option for you. Keep reading to learn more, and remember that you can post questions in the comments section anonymously if you want to continue the discussion. works exactly like,,, and adware servers, all of which our research team has analyzed already. They all redirect to websites that either ask to enable notifications or suggest downloading something. When it comes to notifications, you have to be very mindful about which ones you enable. If you enable notifications sent by Facebook, for example, you can get alerts even when you are not on In this instance, you might find the feature very useful. On the other hand, if the enabled notifications lead to an onslaught of advertisements, you are unlikely to be happy. Moreover, you could be at risk. While there are plenty of harmless ads, a phenomenon known as “malvertising” exists as well, and cybercriminals can use misleading ads to put people at risk. For example, the ads might hide virtual scams or malware installers. can also redirect straight to the download pages of strange extensions and programs. Do NOT install them because that could cause big problems. If you have installed anything in such a way already, implement a malware scanner to check if you need to remove threats.

When you enable notifications introduced to you by, you might be signing up for an array of problems. These could include random pop-ups or intrusive advertisements. Furthermore, cookies could be placed to track information and cache could be accessed to obtain the data that was already recorded. At first, this might seem like a non-issue, but soon you could realize that your day-to-day activities are interrupted and that you keep getting bombarded with fake deals. The strength of the parties behind this scheme is that they might have information about your online activity, and this could approach you with more personalized content. Interacting with it could be very dangerous, and so we do not recommend it. Note that if you “ignore” the issue, you will not be much safer. Even if you close the ads that might show up after enabling notifications, your privacy could remain at risk. Do you want to take it? We are sure that you do not.

As we mentioned already, removing notifications is very easy. All you have to do is erase the website from the list of active notifications. However, this might not be enough to guarantee security, which is why we suggest resetting your browsers. If you reset them, cookies will be removed and cache will be cleared, which means that no one will be able to track you again. Obviously, if you do not want to have to reset your browser over and over again, you have to be cautious about what sites you visit and what cookies you let in. Speaking of your browsing behavior, note that if you visit unreliable websites – such as illegal movie and TV series streaming websites – you might continue facing and redirects to random notification requesting pop-ups. If you want to avoid that, we suggest staying away from unreliable sites. In the meantime, scan your system with a trusted malware scanner to make sure that you do not need to delete dangerous malware. Note that even if you do not see it, it could exist silently.

How to delete

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox and tap Alt+H keys.
  2. Click Troubleshoot Information.
  3. Click the Refresh Firefox button.
  4. Confirm the action and then restart the browser.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome and tap keys Alt+F.
  2. Click Settings, scroll down to the bottom, and click Advanced.
  3. Click Restore settings to their original defaults.
  4. Click the Reset settings button and then restart the browser.
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