How to remove Sticky.news notifications

What is Sticky.news?

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Sticky.news is a social engineering attack that tries to trick users into subscribing to notifications of this domain. Sticky.news offers to click “Allow” button on “Show notifications” pop-up box to allegedly confirm you are not a robot. Once allowed, Sticky.news notifications will start popping up in the lower right-hand corner of your screen promoting third-party content. These notifications will be delivered directly to your desktop whether your browser closed or not. If you are familiar with such problems, then your system is infected with adware. Adware often gets on users’ devices together with freeware programs users download from the Internet. You may follow this guide to uninstall adware and remove Sticky.news notifications from Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, IE, and Edge

  1. How to remove Sticky.news Automatically
  2. Remove Sticky.news from Programs and Features
  3. Remove Sticky.news Adware from browsers
  4. Delete Sticky.news pop-ups and notifications on Android

How to remove Sticky.news automatically:

The easiest and convenient way to get rid of malware is to use a proper anti-malware program that can eliminate Sticky.news and all its traces in just a few clicks.

Performing an antimalware scan with Norton would automatically search out and delete all elements related to the adware. Download it by clicking the button below:

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Steps of Sticky.news manual removal

Remove Sticky.news from Programs and Features:

As it was stated before, more likely that the hijacker appeared on your system brought by other software. So, to get rid of Sticky.news you need to call to memory what you have installed recently.

How to remove Sticky.news from Windows XP

  1. Click the Start button and open Control Panel
  2. Go to Add or Remove Programs
  3. Find the application related to Sticky.news and click Uninstall

How to remove Sticky.news from Windows 7/Vista

  1. Click the Start button and open Control Panel
  2. Go to Uninstall Program
  3. Find the application related to Sticky.news and click Uninstall

How to remove Sticky.news from Windows 8/8.1

  1. Right-click the menu icon in left bottom corner
  2. Choose Control Panel
  3. Select the Uninstall Program line
  4. Uninstall the application related to Sticky.news

How to remove Sticky.news from Windows 10

  1. Press Win+X to open Windows Power menu
  2. Click Control Panel
  3. Choose Uninstall a Program
  4. Select the application related to Sticky.news and remove it

noteIf you experience problems with removing Sticky.news from Control Panel: there is no such title on the list, or you receive an error preventing you from deleting the application, see the article dedicated to this issue.
Read what to do if program won’t uninstall from Control Panel


Remove Sticky.news from browsers:

Since some of the malware threats use a disguise of a browser add-on, you will need to check the list of extensions/add-ons in your browser.

How to remove Sticky.news from Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome
  2. Click on More tools, then go to the Extensions
  3. Delete Sticky.news or other extensions that look suspicious and you don’t remember installing them

After this step is completed, you should get rid of Sticky.news notifications in Google Chrome. To do this:

  1. Click the 3-dots icon in the right corner and select Settings
  2. Search for Privacy and security tab and select Site Settings
  3. In there you’ll probably find some sites that are allowed to give you notifications, remove the ones that are annoying you

How to remove Sticky.news from Internet Explorer

  1. Launch Internet Explorer
  2. Click on the Tools/Gear icon, then select Manage Add-ons
  3. Delete Sticky.news or other extensions that look suspicious and you don’t remember installing them

How to remove Sticky.news from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Start Mozilla Firefox
  2. Click on the right-upper corner button
  3. Click Add-ons, then go to Extensions
  4. Delete Sticky.news or other extensions that look suspicious and you don’t remember installing them

How to remove Sticky.news from Microsoft Edge

  1. Start Microsoft Edge
  2. Click the three-dot button in the upper right corner
  3. Choose Extensions
  4. Click the gear icon near Sticky.news or other extensions that look suspicious and you don’t remember installing them
  5. Choose Remove

Reset your browsers

This step is optional. Use it if the previous method didn’t work.

How to reset settings in Google Chrome

  1. Click on the icon in the right-upper corner
  2. Choose Settings
  3. Click Advanced settings
  4. Click the Reset button
  5. In “reset” window click the Reset button

How to reset settings in Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click the icon in the upper right corner
  2. Choose Help
  3. Select Troubleshooting Information
  4. Click the Refresh Firefox… button

How to reset settings in Internet Explorer

  1. Click on the Tools button
  2. Go to Internet options
  3. Go to the Advanced tab
  4. Click Reset

How to reset settings in Microsoft Edge

  1. Start Microsoft Edge
  2. Click the three-dot button in the upper right corner
  3. Choose Settings
  4. Under the Clear browsing data category select Choose what to clear
  5. Select everything and click Clear

If the above-mentioned methods didn’t help in eliminating the threat, then it’s better to rely on an automatic way of deleting Sticky.news.


Eliminate Sticky.news pop-ups and notifications from Google Chrome on Android:

Get rid of Sticky.news notifications:

Google Chrome:

  1. Launch the Chrome app.
  2. To the right of the address bar, tap More.
  3. Select and open Settings.
  4. Open Site settings and then find Sticky.news and disable it.

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