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Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 5
First Seen: February 12, 2023
Last Seen: March 20, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows is an untrustworthy website that employs deceptive tactics to gain access to victims' device notifications. The site tricks users into subscribing to its push notifications by using fake error messages and alerts. Once subscribed, the site will then send spam notifications, in the form of pop-up advertisements, to the user's computer or phone. These advertisements can promote adult content, online Web games, bogus software updates, and other unwanted programs. The spam notifications will continue to appear even when the browser is closed.

Multiple Risks Posed by Unwanted Browser Notifications

Spam browser notifications generated by shady sources such as are a form of Web-based pop-up advertisements that can appear on a user's computer screen. These notifications can pose several risks to the user's security, privacy, and experience while browsing the Web.

One of the biggest risks posed by spam browser notifications is that they can be used as a method of phishing or tricking. Fraudulent notifications may impersonate legitimate companies or services and request sensitive information, such as login credentials or financial information.

Furthermore, spam browser notifications also may slow down or disrupt the users' browsing experience by overwhelming their devices with pop-ups and slowing down the performance of the browser. This can be especially frustrating for users and result in a poor user experience.

How to Stop the Notifications Delivered by

One of the most effortless methods is to disable the notifications from specific websites, such as You can do this by clicking on the notification icon in your browser and selecting the option to block notifications from that website. In some browsers, you also may access the website settings and adjust the notifications feature directly.

Another way to stop unwanted notifications is to use browser extensions that block notifications. These extensions can be installed from the browser's application store and will automatically block all notifications, or you can configure them to block notifications from specific websites.

You also can adjust the notification settings in your browser directly. Most browsers have the option to control notifications in the settings or preferences section. Here, you can choose to block all notifications or you can allow notifications only from trusted websites.

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