What is is a rogue domain that displays push alerts asking users to allow the site to show notifications. This is a very common social engineering scam that essentially wants you to agree to see ads on your desktop. If you press “Allow”, you will start seeing notifications popping up everywhere with advertisement content in them.


This browser notification feature is often misused by scam websites, but legitimate sites use it as well. You may encounter these alerts on various sites, particularly news. If, for example, a news site shows you an alert asking you to allow it to send notifications, you will see alerts about new news articles on your screen without needing to visit the site. However, with so many questionable websites asking to show notifications, it’s recommended that users disable this feature. We will explain how to do that in the last section of the report. A way to remove from the list of sites with permission to show you alerts will also be shown.

There is no way you manually entered What most likely happened is you got redirected to it, either by the site you were visiting or adware. If your computer is infected with adware, it will need to be removed to stop future redirects.

Why are you redirected to

If you ended up on, you were either redirected by the site you were visiting, or your computer has adware installed. If you get redirected when you visit high-risk websites, the site is probably at fault. Many websites, particularly ones hosting pornography or pirated content, rely on low-quality ads to make revenue, and when you visit those sites, clicking on anything could trigger a redirect. To avoid some of the redirects, use adblocker. Or do not visit questionable sites.

However, if you are constantly redirected and cannot browse normally, you likely have an adware infection. Adware is a pretty minor infection that installs alongside free software when users fail to deselect it during installation. Free programs often come together with additional offers, usually adware, browser hijackers and potentially unwanted programs (PUP). The offers are permitted to install alongside the freeware, unless users manually deselect them. However, because the offers are initially hidden during installation, most users don’t even notice them. If you want to be able to prevent unwanted additional installation when you install freeware in the future, you need to pay attention to the process. When given the option, opt for Advanced (Custom) settings. Those settings will show you if anything has been added, and you’ll be able to deselect it/them if there is something. Once the boxes of all extra offers are unchecked, you can continue the installation.

What happens if you agree to see notifications

When you get redirected to, there will be a background saying you need to press “Allow” to continue. A browser alert will appear asking you allow to show notifications. The scam is made to appear like you being redirected to is part of the plan, and to access the content you want you need to press “Allow”. If you do press “Allow”, you will be allowing the site to bombard you with ads, even on your desktop.

The thing about these notifications is that they can appear in the same place where legitimate system alert are shown. This can be problematic because differentiating between legitimate alerts and ads could be difficult. You could be tricked into falling for various scams, or install questionable software by mistake.

You could also be shown tech-support scams claiming a virus is present on your computer. The alert would have a phone number, which if dialed would connect you to professional scammers pretending to be legitimate technicians. They would try to get remote access to your computer, pretend to fix it, and then demand hundreds of dollars for their services.

Overall, allowing questionable sites like to show notifications will not only be annoying but may also be potentially dangerous. removal

If you are dealing with adware, you will need to get rid of it to delete redirects permanently. You can try to uninstall the adware manually but it would be much quicker to use anti-spyware software.

If you allowed the site to show you notifications, you will need to revoke that permission. Here’s how to do it:

Mozilla Firefox: Menu (three bars top-right corner) -> Options -> Privacy & Security. Scroll down to Permissions, press on Settings next to Notifications, and remove You can actually permanently turn off these notification requests by checking the “Block new requests asking to allow notifications” box in the same Notifications settings.

Google Chrome: Menu (three dots top-right corner) -> Settings -> Privacy and security -> Site Settings. Click on Notifications under Permissions, and delete You can stop these notification requests permanently by toggling off “Sites can ask to send notifications”.


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Delete with spyware removal software

It’s easiest to uninstall from both Macs and Windows devices via anti-spyware or some other security software. Anti-spyware applications are created to uninstall these infections and will not be a problem. To delete, you need to download the software and initiate a scan. If you continue reading, we’ll also explain manual deletion.

Remove from Windows manually

Windows XP

  1. Press Start (the windows logo located bottom-left corner of the screen) or click the window key on your keyboard, choose Settings and then Control Panel.
  2. Click on Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Delete
  4. Check all installed programs for anything else that’s suspicious and delete them.

Windows 7

  1. Press Start (the windows logo) or tap the windows key – Control Panel.
  2. Choose Programs and Features and then Uninstall a program.
  3. Remove
  4. Remove any other questionable program you are unfamiliar with.

Windows 8/10

  1. Right-click on Start and pick Programs and Features.
  2. Delete
  3. Do the same with any other dubious program you don’t recognise.

How to manually uninstall from Mac OS

It is not difficult to remove from your Mac. But in addition to removing the software, any leftover files will need to be deleted.

  1. Open Finder – Applications.
  2. Drag into the trash.
  3. If you see any other questionable programs, uninstall them as well.
  4. Press Go located on the menu bar and then Go to Folder.
  5. Type /Library/LaunchAgents, and if any recently-added files appear dubious, trash them.
  6. Access Go to Folder again, and type /Library/Application Support. trash any suspicious and recently-added files.
  7. Access Go to Folder again, and type ~/Library/LaunchAgents. Drag all questionable files to the trash.
  8. Access Go to Folder again, and type /Library/LaunchDaemons. Drag any dubious files to the trash.
  9. You will have to right-click on the trash icon and select Empty Trash. deletion from your Internet browser

How to delete from Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Access the menu (the gear icon top-right corner), and press Manage Add-ons.
  3. Click Remove on and all unfamiliar extensions.
  4. Access Internet Options by pressing the gear icon and pressing Internet Options.
  5. If you access the General tab, you will be able to change your homepage website.
  6. Access Manage Add-ons by opening the browser menu (the gear icon) and pressing Manage Add-ons.
  7. Press on Search Providers from the side menu, set the search engine after you remove the one set by

If you’re still having issues with, you may have to restore your browser’s settings to default.

  1. For users using computers operating Windows XP, press start and click on Run and type inetcpl.cpl, proceed to the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  2. If you are using Windows Vista/7, click the windows logo, type inetcpl.cpl in the search box and click Enter. Access the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. For Windows 8/10 users, open Internet Explorer, gear icon – Internet Options – Advanced tab – Reset. Press Reset again.

Remove from Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Menu (the three dots right-corner of the screen) – More tools – Extensions.
  3. Look for and any other unfamiliar extension, and remove them.
  4. Press on the three dots top-right and choose Settings.
  5. You will have to change your homepage in On startup.
  6. Proceed to Search engine from the menu on the left, then Manage search engines, modify your search engine.

If you’re still having issues with, you will need to restore your browser’s settings to default.

  1. Launch Google Chrome, menu (the three dots) – Settings.
  2. Scroll down, press on Advanced and scroll down to the Reset section.
  3. Click Reset and affirm your choice.

How to remove from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Open the menu (the three bars on the top-right corner), and then press on Add-ons.
  3. Access Extensions, find and any other unknown extension, and delete them.
  4. Access menu again, and click Preferences.
  5. In the Home tab, set your preferred homepage instead of the one set by
  6. Go to the Search tab from the menu on the left, change your search engine from the one set by to something else.

If that didn’t solve your trouble, it will be necessary to reset your browser’s settings.

  1. When Mozilla Firefox is open, open the menu (the three bars), Help – Troubleshoot information.
  2. Press Refresh Firefox in the new window.
  3. Confirm your choice by pressing Refresh Firefox again. removal from Safari

  1. Open Safari.
  2. Safari (from the menu bar at the top) – Preferences.
  3. Open the Extensions tab, locate and delete, and any other unknown extension.
  4. In the General tab, set the homepage of your preference instead of the one set by
  5. Open the Search tab, delete the search engine set by and change it to one of your preference.

If you are still having trouble, your browser’s settings will have to be restored.

  1. Open Safari, click on Safari (on the menu bar at the top), and click on Clear History.
  2. Click Safari (from the top menu) again – Preferences – Advanced tab.
  3. Tick the Show Develop menu in menu bar box.
  4. Click on Develop (on the menu bar) and then on Empty Caches.

How to delete from Microsoft Edge

  1. Open Microsoft Edge.
  2. Menu (the three dots at the top-right corner) – Extensions.
  3. Locate and remove, as well as any other extension you don’t recognise.
  4. Open menu (the three dots), click Settings.
  5. If you go to the On startup tab, you’ll see that set an odd site as your homepage, set it to one you prefer.
  6. Go to Privacy and services tab, change your search engine.

In case you’re still having issues with, your browser’s settings may need to be restored to default.

  1. Open Microsoft Edge menu (the three dots) – Settings – Reset settings.
  2. Press on Restore settings to their default values. Reset.

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