Remove Rockstartpush.net Notifications and Pop-Ups
The notification center of Web browsers is a great idea, but it has been hijacked by con artists that want to show you ads. The browser notification center is an additional layer of information that sits on top of your screen. Online con artists may use this layer for advertising and attention seeking purposes, and they're getting away with it because the notifications are easy to ignore. Many users prefer to close them instead of dealing with the core of the problem. However, what do you do if these notifications become overwhelming? Websites like Rockstartpush.net may render your browser unusable by flooding you with countless intrusive notifications. But how does it get to this point?
Rockstartpush.net aims to hijack browser notifications by promoting its contents through low-quality pop-ups and ads hosted on shady websites. The contents of these ads usually tell users 'Click Allow to confirm you are not a robot' – however, conforming to this request will result in subscribing to the Rockstartpush.net notifications unknowingly. If you are being bothered by such notifications, you will need to remove the website's permissions to use this browser feature. This can be done manually through your Web browser's 'Privacy' or 'Site Settings' menu.