The page is a fake, empty site that has absolutely nothing to offer its visitors. However, it is likely that the website will claim to host files that may be of interest to users to trick them into launching this bogus page.

The end goal of this fraudulent site is to hijack your Web browser notifications. As soon as you open the page, you will be greeted with a prompt that requests you to allow the site to send you notifications via your Web browser. The page urges users to click on the ‘Allow’ button on their screen. This is well-known as the ‘Please Click Allow to Continue’ online con. The site would claim to host a file that the user wants to download to trick them into subscribing for the page’s notifications. The website states that unless you click on the ‘Allow’ button on the prompt spawned, you will not be able to download the file in question. Unfortunately, the page does not host any content and is unlikely to provide you with anything of value. It is better to avoid visiting the site altogether. This dodgy page will use your Web browser notifications to bombard you with unwanted advertisements that are likely to promote both unsafe products and overpriced services.

Remove all the permissions you have granted the site if you want to put and an end to the ad-spam. This can be done via the configurations of your Web browser.