is a generic website whose only goal is to promote scams and trick visitors into allowing desktop advertisements. When you first visit the website, a browser alert saying “ wants to show notifications” will appear. While trustworthy websites would provide useful notifications, websites like bombard users with advertisements. What’s worse, the ads would appear on the desktop. There is no reason to allow to display notifications. But if you have given it permission, you can easily withdraw it in your browser’s settings. The final section of this report will include instructions to help you. ads


Besides one image and a message saying you should allow notifications to prove you’re not a robot, the site does not have any content. This is the case with thousands of other websites that abuse the “show notifications” feature. As soon as you are redirected to the site, your browser will show an alert saying “ wants to show notifications”. Do not allow the site to show you notifications because giving the site permission will allow the website to bombard your desktop with intrusive ads. Those ads could expose you to all kinds of questionable content, including malware and scams if you interact with them.

The feature has its legitimate uses, despite the fact that it’s frequently abused. Having notifications displayed to you by a website you frequently visit can be helpful. If you click the push notification, you would be redirected straight to the content. For example, if you grant a news website permission, it will display important news alerts right on your desktop, and clicking on them would take you to the article. When you no longer want to see the notifications you can easily revoke the permission in your browser’s settings.

You need to figure out why you are redirected to and other dubious websites. When browsing high-risk websites, having an adblocker program enabled can typically help with stopping random and annoying redirects. Additionally, to check for the presence of an adware infection, we advise running a scan on your computer with anti-malware software.

What triggers redirects to random websites

You visiting risky websites is the most probable trigger for random redirects. Because of the questionable ads some sites subject users to, they are regarded as high-risk. On such websites, clicking on anything could result in an unwanted redirect. In particular, sites with pornographic or pirated content are frequently regarded as high-risk due to the constant redirects and ads. Using an adblocker program makes it simple to stop annoying ads and redirects, especially when on questionable websites.

In rarer cases, the random redirects to websites like may be caused by an adware infection. Adware, thankfully, is a relatively mild infection that does not cause serious damage to computers. Rather it focuses on spamming users with ads to make revenue. Users frequently unintentionally install these types of infections via the software bundling method. The way the method works is certain infections can be added as extra offers to free software. Unless explicitly deselected by users, those extra offers are permitted to install automatically with the program they’re attached to. Although the offers are theoretically optional, users frequently struggle to stop them from installing because they are hidden. Fortunately, users should be able to avoid these unwanted installations as long as they pay attention when installing free software.

Be attentive throughout every step when installing free programs. The most important thing is to select Advanced (Custom) settings when given the option. The installation window may suggest using Default, but that is not a smart choice. All extra offers will remain hidden and install alongside without your knowledge if you use Default settings. On the other hand, Advanced settings will display every extra offer and give you the choice to deselect every one of them. If you allow these extra offers to install, your computer would become cluttered with unwanted programs that might be challenging to remove once installed. It’s always easier to uncheck a few boxes when installing programs than it is to remove infections like adware once they’ve been fully installed.

How to stop ads

You can easily cancel the permission you granted for the site to show you push notifications in your browser’s settings. You can find directions to assist you directly below. Check all sites that have permission, and in addition to, remove any other site you do not recognize from the list.

Here’s how you can 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”.

If you suspect that the redirects are being caused by an adware infection, it may also be a good idea to run an anti-virus scan of your computer. Using an anti-virus program makes removing adware very easy because you do not need to do anything. Adware can be quite cunning, making it challenging to remove manually. To stop all invasive ads and redirects if adware is not the issue, you should also think about using an adblocker program, especially when you browse risky websites.

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