is a generic deceptive website that, like thousands of others, misuses a legitimate browser feature to spam users’ desktops with ads. When you are redirected to the website, a browser alert will pop up saying “ wants to show notifications”. Ads will appear on your desktop if the website is successful in tricking you into permitting notifications. It’s important to note that interacting with those ads could be risky in addition to the situation being annoying. There’s really no reason to allow these notifications but if you have given it permission, you can easily revoke it. ads


Websites can display notifications to users on their desktops because of this browser function. However, sites like misuse this feature in order to spam users with ads. As soon as you visit the page, a browser alert stating “ wants to show notifications” will appear. will only display spammy ads if you click “Allow” instead of any useful content. The website doesn’t have any content and only displays a message saying you should click “Allow” to prove you’re not a robot. But if you click “Allow”, the site will only spam you with questionable ads.

When given permission to display push notifications, questionable websites like spam users with intrusive ads. Avoid interacting with any desktop ads if you’ve given suspicious websites permission. You could be exposed to scams or even malware if you click on them. A misleading advertisement may convince you to download malware that is concealed as a useful program. Or you can fall victim to one of the many scams.

You are free to use the “show push notifications” feature and enable notifications of any safe website. If you frequent a particular website, allowing it to show notifications could even be helpful. If you click on a desktop notification, you would be taken straight to the content. If, for example, you allow a news website to show notifications, you will get important news alerts on your desktop.

You should revoke the permission you may have given to display notifications on your desktop. Although it’s a very simple process, you can use the directions provided at the end of this article if you’re having problems navigating your browser’s settings.

Adware can trigger redirects to random websites

Redirects to websites like can happen for a number of different reasons. However, the most likely trigger is you visiting high-risk websites. Websites that expose users to dubious ads are usually regarded as high-risk. For instance, if you click anywhere on a website that has pirated or pornographic content, a redirect is almost guaranteed. However, a reliable adblocker tool would be able to deal with these redirects with ease. Additionally, it would stop pop-ups and other annoying advertisements.

Your computer may be infected with adware if you frequently find yourself being redirected to and similar websites even when visiting secure and ad-free websites. Because of the constant advertisements, adware is a rather obvious infection. Free programs frequently have adware and browser hijackers added as extra offers. This method is known as software bundling. This installation method is somewhat questionable because it essentially allows infections like adware to install without explicit permission. Those extra offers are permitted to install automatically alongside the program without requiring any additional permission. Anti-virus software frequently flags programs that install through software bundling as potential risks.

If programs are installed correctly, these unwanted installations can be easily avoided. That primarily entails selecting Advanced (Custom) settings instead of Default (Basic). If you choose Default, as recommended by the installation window, all added offers will be hidden and permitted to install. If you choose Advanced, however, all offers will be visible and you will have the option to uncheck anything you don’t want. You only need to uncheck the boxes next to those offers.

The extra offers can appear useful at first glance, but allowing them to install would be a mistake. If you permit these unwanted installations, your computer will just become filled with useless programs that cause issues. Adware infections, for example, can be difficult to remove once fully installed. It is far simpler to uncheck a few boxes during installation than it is to try and get rid of persistent infections like adware.

How to stop ads

Revoking the permission that enables to show push notifications is not difficult. In addition to, you should also remove any other questionable websites from the list of sites that have permission. If you need assistance navigating your browser’s settings, use the instructions below.

Here’s how to stop ads from appearing on your desktop:

  • Mozilla Firefox: Open the menu (the three bars at the top-right corner), click Options, then Privacy & Security. Scroll down to Permissions, press Settings next to Notifications, and remove and any other questionable websites from the list. It’s possible to permanently turn off push notification requests by checking the “Block new requests asking to allow notifications” box in the same Notifications settings.
  • Google Chrome: Open the menu (the three dots top-right corner), then Settings, then Privacy and security, then Site Settings. Click on Notifications under Permissions, and remove and any other questionable websites from the list. It’s possible to permanently turn off push notification requests by toggling off “Sites can ask to send notifications”.
  • Microsoft Edge: Open the menu (the three dots top-right corner), then Settings, then Cookies and site permissions, then Notifications. Review which sites have permission and remove and any other questionable websites from the list. It’s possible to permanently turn off push notification requests by toggling off “Ask before sending”.

It is a good idea to run an anti-virus scan on your computer to check for an adware infection. The easiest way to remove adware is by using anti-virus software. Install a good adblocker program as well to avoid unwanted redirects when browsing high-risk websites. It would not only stop redirects but also pop-ups and regular ads.

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