Remove Ads (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Explorer)

Remove Ads (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Explorer)

remove-leadnote-me-redirect-ads is a website that is pushed by other bogus websites and potentially unwanted programs. It affects reputable web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Explorer, Edge, and Opera. Once the browser is redirected to you can see a video on the background and a pop-up that urges you to allow the website to deliver push notifications. We recommend that users should avoid any interactions with ads and ensure that their systems are not affected by undesired programs like adware.

Threat Summary
TypeBrowser Hijacker, Redirect, PUP
Short DescriptionBogus website that asks you to allow the display of push browser notifications. Presents misleading content.
Symptoms Regular browsing is interrupted by redirects to website. Browser slowdowns could occur due to increased number of generated ads.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages, Infected Websites
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When your preferred web browser keeps redirecting you to ads, it is very likely that your system has been affected by a potentially undesired program. Potentially unwanted programs tend to land on computer systems without users’ knowledge. In order to trick users to allow their installation, these apps are often hidden in the installers of various supposedly useful freeware. Unfortunately, at the end of the installation process, the undesired program runs along with the desired one. A good prevention tip is the choice of the Advanced/Custom installer step. Oftentimes, the details about featured apps can be found there.

Once started the undesired program alters main browser settings that enable it to deliver ads directly in the browser. This behavior is typical for adware programs. They are created to generate revenue via the so-called advertising model pay-per-click. By delivering various online ads in the browser, the app aims to lure users into visiting the promoted content as every time they do it, the owners of the app get paid for the click.

The adware may be pushing pop-ups, pop-unders, banners, in-text links, images, and browser redirects like When the redirect loads in a new browser tab it displays a video on the background. According to the text of an additional pop-up, push notifications should be allowed before the video can be viewed.


In case you want to prevent your system from being affected by additional undesired programs and even severe malware infections, do not agree with the generation of push notifications.

As long as an adware is redirecting the browser to ads, the program may also be collecting certain details from the affected browser. Many undesired programs activate specific tracking technologies to obtain and record details like visited websites, search queries, clicks on links, location, IP address, and other similar details. As a result, the undesired app can start delivering ads based on the collected data. Unfortunately, its owners can disclose the data to unidentified third-parties whose purposes vary from advertising improvement to targeted malware attacks.

To sum up, some serious privacy and security-related issues can be avoided by the deletion of all present undesired/malicious programs from the computer.

How to Remove Ads

In order to remove and stop annoying ads from appearing in the browser, you should complete several removal steps. The guide below reveals all removal steps in their precise order. You could choose between manual and automatic removal approaches. In order to get rid of all present undesired programs in full and improve computer security, we recommend that you combine the steps. Have in mind that the names of all present infection files associated with this browser redirect may differ the name of the redirect.

In case you have further questions or need additional help with the removal process, don’t hesitate to leave a comment. We will be glad to get in touch with you.

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana Ivanova

Gergana has completed a bachelor degree in Marketing from the University of National and World Economy. She has been with the STF team for four years, researching malware and reporting on the latest infections.

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