Type: Adware's main purpose for existing is to deliver questionable content to its visitors. The deceptive site also may try to convince users into subscribing to its push notification services via manipulative or clickbait methods. is not a rare occurrence. In fact, the Internet has been flooded by such deceptive sites with some examples being, and

Typically, the hoax page tricks its users by pretending to be doing a CAPTCHA check for bots. uses a different approach that is a bit more honest. It shows a buffering bar accompanied by the following message:

'Click the Allow button to subscribe to the push notifications and continue watching'

Afterward, the site will abuse its newly-received browser permissions to run an intrusive ad campaign. Users will be subjected to numerous annoying advertisements that could impact the browsing experience on the device severely. Furthermore, the advertisements themselves should be approached with caution. They may employ similar deceitful tactics to get users to engage with them. Those that do risk being redirected to shady online betting platforms, con websites, fake giveaways, pages spreading PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) and more.

When dealing with sites such as, the first step is to revoke all of the permissions that have been granted to them. Depending on your particular browser, you may need to locate either the 'Permissions' or 'Notifications' section. However, after that, it is strongly recommended to scan your device with a professional security solution. See if it detects any PUPs and let it remove them completely. PUPs are a common cause for redirects to dubious pages such as

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