The number of rogue or untrustworthy websites on the Internet continues to rise. One example of such a deceptive page is Its name potentially suggests that the site is going to offer users some useful service, but seeing the page itself quickly dissipates these notions. Indeed, operates almost identically to all the countless other pages propagating the same browser-based tactic.

Users that land on the page will be presented with misleading messages that try to mask the true goal of - to trick visitors into enabling its push notifications. One scenario that cybersecurity researchers have observed on the page consists of a video window that apparently cannot be played due to some issue. Users could see messages similar to:

'Can't play this video! Browser may block autoplay...'

'Click 'Allow' to play the video'

If users follow the instructions, they will grant important browser permissions to The page will then be able to deliver unwanted advertisements to the affected system. Typically, the advertisements generated by rogue websites or other untrustworthy sources promote additional unsafe destinations or intrusive PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs). Users could be taken to phishing portals, shady online betting platforms, fake giveaways, etc.

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