How to remove notifications

What is is a deceitful website. It consists of a simple black screen and a prompt to allow notifications. To convince the users to do so, the website says “If you’re 18+ click Allow”. Though doesn’t actually promise anything, it is implied that doing so will let the user access the website’s content. It is further implied that the website’s content is adult in nature, as the prompt pretends to be an age confirmation check.
This is not a legitimate website hosting content of any kind, it is just a way to trick users into letting the hackers “notify” them. Said notifications consist of nothing but spam – a large amount of dishonest, malicious advertisements, such as clickbait news articles, links to a “game that just took your country by storm” which is in fact a virus, and other fraudulent information. Although they are very annoying, it is easy to remove notifications. All you have to do is to follow the guide below.

How to remove automatically

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Manually remove notifications

Google Chrome

  1. Click on the three-dot menu button in the upper-right corner
  2. Select Settings
  3. Then, select Privacy and Security from the menu on the left
  4. Select Site Settings, then Notifications (scroll down if the option is not immediately visible)
  5. Find under Allowed to send notifications, then click on the arrow to the right of the website’s name
  6. Click Reset permissions

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on the menu button (it looks like three horizontal lines)
  2. Select Settings
  3. Then, select Privacy & Security from the menu on the left
  4. Find the Permissions section (you may need to scroll down for this)
  5. There should be a Settings… button next to Notifications, click it
  6. Select and click on the Remove Website button


  1. Open Safari tab and click Preferences
  2. Click on the Websites button in the top menu (the one with the globe icon)
  3. Select Notifications from the menu on the left
  4. Find in the list, select it and then click Remove

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