The pop-ups belong to a popular online tactic, whose goal is to trick users into subscribing to browser notifications from the corresponding website. It is part of an advertising campaign that involves many other unsafe pages, mostly offering online gambling, adult content, fake offers and coupon or Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUAs).

When users visit, the page shows a loading bar that creates the illusion that there is some content to be displayed, but the user needs to allow notifications to see it. A misleading message appears with the text:

' wants to Show notifications
Click the Allow button to subscribe to push notifications and continue watching.'

Users should be aware that websites like have no content, and clicking on the 'Allow' button only gives the website permission to deliver advertising content straight to the user's screen in the form of push-notifications. All advertisements and banners generated by this page can redirect to untrusty resources on the Internet or even inssert malware on the user's computer directly. Therefore, affected users should delete's permission to show notifications from their browser's settings.

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