Type: Adware

The unlucky users who find themselves landing on the website are unlikely to find any useful content there. After all, that is not the main purpose of the page. Instead, it is solely dedicated to the proliferation of a popular browser-based scam. Under various false pretenses, it tries to convince users into unknowingly subscribing to its push notification services.

The site has been observed to pretend to be doing a CAPTCHA check. It displays an image of a robot accompanied by a message stating that to prove that they are not robots, users have to click on the 'Allow' button. Other variations of the same scam include the dubious pages claiming that clicking the button will result in users gaining access to additional content, videos, or a file ready for download.

It is crucial to remember that none of these messages are to be trusted. The site simply wants to receive broad browser permissions so that it can run an intrusive ad campaign and generate revenue for its operators. may deliver numerous suspicious ads to the user's system via the affected browsers. The ads themselves may rely extensively on similarly deceptive tactics in order to promote more risky websites, suspicious apps, shady adult-oriented pages, etc.

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