Delete redirects

Delete redirects is a very generic scam website that pretends to be a news page in order to trick users into allowing ads on the desktop. It does that by misusing a legitimate browser feature that allows sites to show notifications. But instead of useful content, spams the desktop with ads. If you have allowed to show notifications, we strongly recommend you revoke that permission as soon as possible. is made to appear like it is a news website but it’s actually just pushing a social-engineering scam that tricks users into allowing desktop ads. It’s completely identical to many other sites, all of which do the same thing. The site misuses a legitimate browser feature that allows sites with users’ permission to show notifications that would appear on the desktop’s right side. When you get redirected to it, a browser alert will appear saying “ wants to show notifications”. If you click “Allow”, questionable ads will start spamming your desktop’s right side, and that is the whole purpose behind these websites. Because you could be exposed to all kinds of scams and even malware, it’s not a good idea to interact with any of the site’s “notifications”. And the sooner you revoke the site’s permission to show notifications, the better.

It is worth mentioning that the “show notifications” feature is completely legitimate. As long as a site is safe, you can allow it to show you notifications. The contents of those notifications will differ depending on what the site usually posts, but notifications themselves should not be too spammy or expose you to unreliable content. As an example, if you want to see news alerts on your desktop, allow a legitimate news website to show notifications. When you do not want to see them anymore, you can easily revoke that permission. Instructions will be provided at the very end of the report.

To check what exactly is causing the redirects to questionable sites like, we strongly recommend running a scan of the computer with anti-virus software such as WiperSoft. If it is adware, removing it would stop the redirects. However, if no adware is detected, the sites you visit are likely at fault. If that is the case, install an adblocker program and have it enabled when browsing high-risk websites.

What triggers redirects to sites like

Depending on when and how often the redirects occur, your computer may have an adware program installed. If you’re redirected regularly even when visiting safe sites, it’s most certainly adware. Adware is not a particularly dangerous infection as it does not directly damage the computer. Instead, it focuses on exposing you to as many ads as possible. Adware uses software bundling to install, which essentially means that such infections come attached to free software as extra offers. These offers, while optional, are permitted to install alongside automatically without requiring any kind of additional permission from users. This makes software bundling a rather sneaky installation method, and programs that use it are often detected as potentially unwanted programs by anti-virus software.

The offers are optional so you can prevent their installation as long as you pay attention when installing free programs. The reason so many users do not notice them when installing free programs is that the offers are initially hidden. You need to opt for Advanced or Custom settings during installation to make them visible. If you choose Default settings, the offers will remain hidden and be permitted to install alongside. However, Advanced settings will make all offers visible, as well as allow you to deselect all of them. Simply uncheck the boxes of those offers. Do this will all programs you install because otherwise, your computer will quickly fill up with junk programs that can be difficult to get rid of once installed.

If you’re redirected only when visiting certain websites, those sites are likely at fault. There are many sites that are considered to be high-risk due to the intrusive ads they host, and visiting them without an adblocker program is not a good idea. In particular, sites that have pornography or pirated content are usually considered to be high-risk because of their ads. removal

If you get redirected to sites like, it’s important that you determine the reason why it’s happening. It’s a good idea to run a scan of the computer with anti-virus software like WiperSoft in case an infection like adware is present. Adware can be persistent and difficult to get rid of manually, which is why it’s better to use anti-virus software. If no adware is detected on your computer, you may need to be more careful about the sites you visit. You should also install an adblocker program to block intrusive ads and redirects.

Lastly, if you have allowed the site to show notifications, you need to revoke that permission. Not all websites should have that permission, and is definitely not the one that should. Fortunately, it’s not difficult to revoke that permission via your browser’s settings. If you don’t know how to delete from the list of sites that have permission, use the directions provided below.

  • For Mozilla Firefox: Open menu (the three bars top-right corner) -> Options -> Privacy & Security. Scroll down to Permissions, press on Settings next to Notifications, and remove and any other questionable website. You can permanently turn off these notification requests by checking the “Block new requests asking to allow notifications” box in the same Notifications settings.
  • For Google Chrome: Open menu (the three dots top-right corner) -> Settings -> Privacy and security -> Site Settings. Click on Notifications under Permissions, and remove and any other questionable website. You can stop these notification requests permanently by toggling off “Sites can ask to send notifications”.
  • For Microsoft Edge: Open menu (the three dots top-right corner) -> Settings -> Cookies and site permissions -> Notifications. Review which sites have permission and remove and any other questionable website. You can permanently turn off these notification requests by toggling off “Ask before sending”.

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