What is get-your[.]cash?
There is a great number of pages like get-your[.]cash on the web. Some examples are news-runytuh[.]cc, rtenmy[.]com, and oundoutth[.]biz. As a rule, these pages are designed to promote various questionable sites and load dubious content (it depends on the geolocation of their visitors).
Either way, it is highly advisable not to trust get-your[.]cash or any other page of this type. It is worthwhile to mention that users do not visit such pages on purpose.
In most cases, they get opened through installed potentially unwanted applications (PUAs), deceptive advertisements, or other unreliable pages.
Typically, websites like get-your[.]cash are designed to trick visitors into allowing them to show notifications: they display some deceptive message (use a clickbait technique) encouraging them to click the "Allow" button. For instance, they load a fake CAPTCHA test claiming that visitors need to click the "Allow" button to prove that they are not a robot.
It is strongly recommended not to allow websites like get-your[.]cash to show notifications. Usually, their notifications are designed to promote untrustworthy websites, contain shady advertisements, etc.
A couple of examples of notifications that get-your[.]cash displays are provided below. Another problem with these pages is that they can open untrustworthy pages, for example, pages like "You Are Our Winner Today!", "Important Defender Update Available", "Error Code: #2c522hq8wwj791", download pages for browser hijackers, adware, and so on.
These are the main reasons why pages like get-your[.]cash cannot be trusted/should not be visited. One of the ways to promote sites like get-your[.]cash is through potentially unwanted applications that most users download and install unintentionally.
It is important to know that apps of this kind can collect browsing-related details. For example, geolocations, entered search queries, URLs of visited (opened) websites, Internet Protocol addresses.
In some cases, PUAs can read sensitive information, like credit card details, passwords, and other details that may be misused to steal accounts, make unauthorized purchases, transactions, etc. Additionally, many PUAs can generate advertisements.
For example, banners, coupons, surveys, various pop-up ads. As a rule, their ads are designed to promote questionable websites.
Sometimes, those ads can cause unwanted downloads or even installations by executing certain scripts.
|Name||Ads by get-your.cash|
|Threat Type||Push notifications ads, Unwanted ads, Pop-up ads|
|Serving IP Address||22.214.171.124|
|Symptoms||Seeing advertisements not originating from the sites you are browsing. Intrusive pop-up ads. Decreased Internet browsing speed.|
|Distribution Methods||Deceptive pop-up ads, potentially unwanted applications (adware)|
|Damage||Decreased computer performance, browser tracking - privacy issues, possible additional malware infections.|
|Malware Removal (Windows)||
To eliminate possible malware infections, scan your computer with legitimate antivirus software. Our security researchers recommend using Combo Cleaner.
To summarize, users do not visit pages like get-your[.]cash intentionally. Browsers that open such pages regularly are likely to have some PUA installed on them.
Either way, it is strongly recommended not to trust pages like get-your[.]cash or pages that they promote (open). If a browser has some PUA installed on it, then that app should be uninstalled as soon as possible.
Instructions on how to remove unwanted apps from browsers and computers are provided below.
How did adware install on my computer?
It is common that users download and install potentially unwanted applications together with other programs. More precisely, they cause it when PUAs are included in downloaders, installers for other programs as additional offers.
In such cases, downloaders, installers have "Manual", "Custom", "Advanced" (or other settings), or ticked checkboxes. Undesired offers can be declined by changing those settings or unticking checkboxes.
Users agree to download or install bundled apps when they finish downloads or installations without making any changes. In some cases, users unintentionally download or install unwanted apps by clicking deceptive advertisements.
Although, when they click ads that are designed to run certain scripts. It is worthwhile to mention that such ads appear mostly on questionable websites.
How to avoid installation of potentially unwanted applications?
Applications should be downloaded from official websites (and through direct links). It is not safe to use third-party downloaders (or installers), unofficial web pages, Peer-to-Peer networks (e.g., torrent clients, eMule).
They can be used to distribute unwanted applications that may be malicious. Downloaders and installers that have settings like "Custom", "Advanced", "Manual", or ticked checkboxes are likely to be bundled with potentially unwanted apps.
Therefore, downloaders, installers should be checked for unwanted offers, and those offers should be declined before finishing downloads, installations. Additionally, it is recommended not to click ads while visiting questionable pages.
Quite often, those ads are designed to promote shady pages or cause unwanted downloads, installations. Unwanted, unknown, or suspicious extensions, add-ons, or plug-ins installed on a browser or programs of this kind installed on the operating system should be removed.
If your computer is already infected with rogue applications, we recommend running a scan with Combo Cleaner Antivirus for Windows to automatically eliminate them.
Appearance of get-your[.]cash website (GIF):
Instant automatic malware removal:
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- What is Ads by get-your.cash?
- STEP 1. Remove spam notifications from Google Chrome
- STEP 2. Remove spam notifications from Google Chrome (Android)
- STEP 3. Remove spam notifications from Mozilla Firefox
- STEP 4. Remove spam notifications from Microsoft Edge
- STEP 5. Remove spam notifications from Safari (macOS)
Disable unwanted browser notifications:
Video showing how to disable web browser notifications:
Remove spam notifications from Google Chrome:
Click the Menu button (three dots) on the right upper corner of the screen and select "Settings". In the opened window select "Privacy and security", then click on "Site Settings" and choose "Notifications".
In the "Allowed to send notifications" list search for websites that you want to stop receiving notifications from. Click on the three dots icon near the website URL and click "Block" or "Remove" (if you click "Remove" and visit the malicious site once more, it will ask to enable notifications again).
Remove spam notifications from Google Chrome (Android):
Tap the Menu button (three dots) on the right upper corner of the screen and select "Settings". Scroll down, tap on "Site settings" and then "Notifications".
In the opened window, locate all suspicious URLs and tap on them one-by-one. Once the pop-up shows up, select either "Block" or "Remove" (if you tap "Remove" and visit the malicious site once more, it will ask to enable notifications again).
Remove spam notifications from Mozilla Firefox:
Click the Menu button (three bars) on the right upper corner of the screen. Select "Settings" and click on "Privacy & Security" in the toolbar on the left hand side of the screen. Scroll down to the "Permissions" section and click the "Settings" button next to "Notifications".
In the opened window, locate all suspicious URLs and block them using the drop-down menu or either remove them by clicking "Remove Website" at the bottom of the window (if you click "Remove Website" and visit the malicious site once more, it will ask to enable notifications again).
Remove spam notifications from Microsoft Edge:
Click the menu button (three dots) on the right upper corner of the Edge window and select "Settings". Click on "Cookies and site permissions" in the toolbar on the left hand side of the screen and select "Notifications".
Click three dots on the right hand side of each suspicious URL under "Allow" section and click "Block" or "Remove" (if you click "Remove" and visit the malicious site once more, it will ask to enable notifications again).
Remove spam notifications from Safari (macOS):
Click "Safari" button on the left upper corner of the screen and select "Preferences...". Select the "Websites" tab and then select "Notifications" section on the left pane.
Check for suspicious URLs and apply the "Deny" option using the drop-down menu or either remove them by clicking "Remove" at the bottom of the window (if you click "Remove" and visit the malicious site once more, it will ask to enable notifications again)
How to avoid browser notification spam?
Internet users should be very skeptical when being asked to allow notifications. While this is a useful feature that allows you to receive timely news from websites you like, deceptive marketers frequently abuse it.
Only allow notifications from websites that you fully trust. For added security - use an anti-malware application with a real-time web browsing monitor to block shady websites that tries to trick you into allowing spam notifications. We recommend using Combo Cleaner Antivirus for Windows.