Type: Adware is another hoax website, that exists solely to take advantage of its visitors. By utilizing various clickbait messages and social-engineering tactics, its goal is to lure users into enabling its push notifications. For this purpose, the site can try to create various false pretenses. is not a unique occurrence. In fact, the Internet has been rife with con websites of this type. The most commonly seen fake scenario involves the dubious page pretending to do a CAPTCHA check. Users will be directed toward clicking the displayed 'Allow' button. On, cybersecurity experts have observed it implying that clicking 'Allow' will grant access to additional content.

Users that click the button will give the hoax page important browser permissions as part of the otherwise legitimate push notifications feature. will then be able to deliver numerous unwanted advertisements to the users. The advertisements should be regarded as being equally untrustworthy. They may promote other con pages, display offers for disguised PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs), such as browser hijackers and adware, or cause redirects to possibly unsafe websites.

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