is a very generic scam website that tries to deceive users into enabling desktop notifications by abusing a legitimate browser feature. When you first visit the website, a browser alert saying “ wants to show notifications” will pop up. If given permission, normal websites would display helpful content, but sites like display advertisements. Additionally, a lot of the adverts could expose you to malicious content and scams. Fortunately, you can easily withdraw permission if you unintentionally allowed the website to show you notifications. And until you do, refrain from clicking on the ads. ads


The “display notifications” feature is legitimate, and you can grant permission to any website as long as it is secure and has safe content. Allowing a site to show notifications could even be useful. For instance, if you allow a news site to show notifications, you will get important news notifications right on your desktop. To access the content, simply click on the notifications. You can easily revoke the permission to display alerts, so you can stop seeing them at any time by changing the settings on your browser. Use the instructions provided at the very end of the report if you are unsure of how to do that.

Despite the feature’s legitimacy, questionable websites like frequently abuse it. itself has no content on it. It only displays a loading bar image with instructions to allow notifications in order to continue. Your browser will display an alert saying “ wants to show alerts” as soon as you enter the website. Notifications from unreliable websites, such, are a problem. The website will bombard your desktop with advertisements, and some of them could lead you to harmful content. You could fall victim to a variety of scams or be tricked into downloading malicious software. So, if you’ve granted the site permission, you should immediately revoke it.

An adware infection on your computer can cause random redirects. You should run a scan of your computer with an anti-virus program to see if adware is the problem. Adware removal would stop the redirects if that was the trigger. Redirects, however, are typically triggered when visitors browse high-risk websites. Ads and redirects would be prevented if an adblocker program was enabled in your browser.

What triggers random redirects to sites like

The majority of the time, people who visit high-risk websites are redirected. Some websites are regarded as high-risk due to the advertisements they subject users to. Websites that host pirated or pornographic content are excellent examples of this. These websites expose visitors to dubious advertisements practically all the time. You need to have a good adblocker program installed if you frequently visit risky websites. In general, adblockers are excellent tools because they stop all annoying ads and redirects.

Your computer may be infected with adware or a similar infection if you find yourself being randomly redirected even when browsing safe websites. Since adware and browser hijackers don’t harm the computer directly, they aren’t very dangerous. However, they are annoying and very persistent. Because these infections are installed using the software bundling method, many users aren’t even aware of their installations.

In short, the method makes it possible for unwanted programs to be installed without explicit permission. Adware, browser hijackers, and other similar infections are added to free software as extra offers. Although the extra offers are optional, they are set to install automatically and without further authorization. In order to prevent users from deselecting the offers, they are also hidden.

Adware can be avoided in the future if you learn how to correctly install free programs. You need to select Advanced (Custom) settings when installing free programs. Using Default settings is recommended by the installation window but using them is an issue. Default settings will conceal all offers and permit their automated installation. However, all offers will be visible if you use Advanced settings. You will be able to uncheck all offers you don’t want. All you need to do is uncheck the boxes if Advanced settings indicate that something has been added. Although they may appear useful at first glance, we usually advise deselecting all offers because they will merely take up space on your computer. Because of how persistent these additional offers might be, it is much simpler to stop them from installing in the very beginning.

How to stop ads

If you get randomly redirected, we advise running an anti-virus scan of your computer to rule out any adware infections as the triggers. Anti-virus software makes finding and getting rid of infections on your computer much easier. Adware removal would halt the redirects if that were the problem. In order to prevent annoying ads and redirects, you should also install an adblocker program.

You need to revoke’s permission to display notifications on your desktop if you have given it. You can easily do this through your browser’s settings. If you are unsure about what to do, follow the instructions directly below. Remove any other websites that you find on the list that you are not familiar with.

Here’s how you can stop ads from popping up 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”.

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