belongs to the ever-growing number of mostly empty websites that are designed to probate a browser-based tactic. Users who land on, or any of the other virtually identical websites, are shown various fake alerts or error messages. These alerts' text may vary, but their goal is always the same - to convince the user to click the 'Allow' button. Doing so will allow the websites to start delivering unsolicited advertisements to the affected device generating revenue for their creators in the process.

In the case of, visitors can be shown one of several possible schemes. The site can pretend to be conducting a captcha check for bots by displaying prominently the 'Click Allow to confirm you are not a robot' message. Other deceitful messages produced by the site may include:

' wants to Show notifications'

'Please Press Allow to Continue Watch!'

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The advertisements produced by could start to interfere with the normal use of the affected device. At this point, closing the browser itself will have no effect.

Furthermore, accessing any of the advertisements could expose users to increased privacy risks as they could be redirected to suspicious or compromised third-party websites. Users could be exposed to offers for dubious software, which will most likely turn out to be a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) or fake software updates that could carry browser-hijackers, adware, or other types of PUPs.

It is recommended to take the necessary steps to stop the tactic as soon as you notice the first signs of its activity.


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