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Category: Adware is an adware server that can introduce you to various web pages. Unfortunately, most of them are likely to push you to enable notifications. Popular new sources, online magazines, and social networking websites can offer to enable notifications. Facebook, for example, uses this feature to inform users about activity on the platform. You do not need to actively use the platform for these notifications to come, which some users might find very useful. However, while there are plenty of websites that offer legitimate notifications, there are also plenty of unreliable websites that use this feature to promote all kinds of suspicious things. A legitimate malware scanner might identify these notifications as adware helpers, and that should be a big enough sign that you should disable them. Are you interested in deleting notifications as well? If you are, you will learn all about the removal by reading this report.

If you type into the address bar of your browser, you will go nowhere. This is an adware server, and so you are not supposed to land on a specific website. This server enables advertisers to push their offers, and it appears that is specifically set up to promote websites that want to enable notifications. This is not the first adware server to act that way. A few others that we can mention include,, and They all want to enable certain notifications on your browser, and the same removal steps can be used to disable them. Of course, if you want to learn more about these specific adware servers, you should check the reports that were created after our team’s analysis. If you think that any of these servers are used by legitimate and trusted advertisers, developers, or service administrators, you need to think again. There are plenty of legitimate and trustworthy advertising servers, and trustworthy parties would not use

Have you enabled notifications that were introduced to you via the server? If you have, you might now be dealing with various pop-ups and new tab page ads. Some of them might appear to be quite intriguing and attractive, others could interrupt your normal workflow and annoy you. Of course, this is not the worst part. It is much more unnerving that these pop-ups and ads could promote something misleading or even dangerous. For example, you could face pop-ups claiming that you need to delete malware, and if you click them, you might be routed to download or purchase pages of fake or worthless security tools. You could also be introduced to fake promotions, surveys, prize giveaways, and installers representing PUPs, hijackers, adware, etc. This is why you should NOT enable the notifications introduced to you via If you have done that already, you should remove them ASAP.

It is unlikely that you need to worry about malware if you have faced offers; however, if you have enabled notifications and then installed anything represented via them, scanning your system is important. Hopefully, threats are not found, and you can move on to disabling notifications. However, if malware is found, we suggest deleting it first. Note that depending on the scanner you use, you could be informed that adware helpers exist. These are the enabled notifications. Removing notifications is easy, and you can check the instructions below to learn how to do it on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. If you need any kind of assistance, please feel free to contact us via the comments section below. Of course, you want to learn from this whole ordeal. Hopefully, in the future, you will be more careful about what notifications you enable.

How to delete

Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome and tap keys Alt+F to open the menu.
  2. Click Settings and move to the Privacy and security menu.
  3. Click Clear browsing data.
  4. Choose a time range and boxes and then click Clear data.
  5. Click Site Settings.
  6. Open the Notifications menu.
  7. Click the more actions menu icon on the right of and choose Remove.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox and tap keys Alt+T to open the menu.
  2. Click Options and then move to the Privacy & Security menu (found on the left).
  3. Scroll down to History and then click the Clear History button.
  4. Choose a time range and boxes and then click Clear Now.
  5. Scroll down to Permissions and then click Settings next to Notifications.
  6. Select the entry representing and then click Remove Website.
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