Description is a deceptive website with a singular purpose - to use whatever manipulative tactics it can to get visitors to subscribe to its push notification services. All that users have to do is to take the bait and click the 'Allow' button. This would give the browser permission it requires to start delivering intrusive advertisements to the affected device's screen and generate monetary gains in the process. is in no way unique as there are countless websites virtually identical to it already pestering the Internet, and more are appearing every single day. The site also employs arguably the most widespread scenario - it pretends to be carrying out a captcha check for bots. Prominently displayed right across the page of the website is the message:

'Click Allow to confirm that you are not a robot!'

If that doesn't work, also generates a message bubble where it makes the following outright false claim:

' says:

If, without paying much attention, users click on the button, they will soon be subjected to various suspicious advertisements. The advertisements themselves could lead to offers for dubious PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs), landing pages for tech support tactics, or even websites that try to install fake software updates with malware threats hiding inside them.

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