Threat Database Adware

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 1,327
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 27,506
First Seen: January 2, 2023
Last Seen: September 28, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

If you are experiencing redirects to the website, it's likely that you have an unwanted extension or a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) installed on your computer or device. These intrusive items are often equipped with various annoying and questionable capabilities and should be removed as soon as possible.

An Overview of the Rogue Website

O is an untrustworthy website that may display advertisements that are likely to promote dubious Chrome extensions, surveys, adult sites, online Web games, fake software updates and other unwanted programs. Users are likely to have encountered the page through other shady websites using rogue advertising networks. These intrusive advertisements generated by such sites are often enough to become a nuisance and can even be threatening if users fall for the promoted tactic or download an application pretending to be a legitimate product.

How to Stop the Unwanted Notifications that Lead to Pages Like

The first action should be to identify where the notifications are coming from so that you can better target them and disable them later on. To do this, open your Web browser (such as Chrome or Firefox). Then look for a bell-shaped icon in the upper right corner. Clicking on this icon will show any pending notifications from websites and applications within your browser.

Next, head over to the Settings menu of your browser. Keep in mind that each browser is slightly different, but usually, you can access its settings by clicking on the button located near the top right side of the window with an icon that looks like 3 vertical dots (or another symbol). Once there, look for a Privacy & Security tab and then choose the Site Settings. This tab should display all website permissions that are currently enabled within your browser - including the ones responsible for sending those unwanted notifications.

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