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I'm using Windows 11 Home 64bit. laptop. I have been using Cookie AutoDelete Version 3.8.2

I use Google Chrome for the browser (Version 114.0.5735.199 (Official Build) (64-bit) Every 30 45 seconds, at the bottom right of the screen, I get these two notifications?
Started last night.... A google search of: sirius.mwbsys.com - brings up websites for Malwarebytes Premium might be the issue. I have Malwarebytes since 2008.

can a staff member advise please...

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Please reference the below Malwarebytes Labs article on Browser Push Notifications.
Look for the section "How do I disable them?"
Browser push notifications: a feature asking to be abused

Google Chrome:
Turn notifications on or off - Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox:
Web Push notifications in Firefox

Microsoft Edge:
Manage website notifications in Microsoft Edge

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The sirius site is our site @yardbird

In this case @David H. Lipman it's not (or should not) be due to the browser Push issue. This is an extension that has a setting to alert or not on cookie cleaning.

If wanted you can turn off the alerting @yardbird and simply let it remove cookies silently


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@David H. Lipman and @AdvancedSetup  Thank you both - I went into Chrome's settings and put the Notifications on ASK First.....  This is a 1st. for me.... Is there anything else you want me to do ??    I have the Logs on my Desktop - if you still need them?    Thank  you  (Screenshot of Chrome's settings\Notifications is on ASK)


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4 minutes ago, AdvancedSetup said:

You need to go to your EXTENSIONS in Chrome @yardbird

Then on the Cookie Auto Delete set the Notification to disabled if you don't want to see them every time your pages load and unload.



   OK -  I think I got it....   see my screenshot please  !!!

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