Threat Database Rogue Websites

Upon investigation, it has been determined that is a deceptive website that aims to obtain permission to send push notifications to users' devices. This will allow the site to display spam pop-up ads directly on the devices' screens. In short, the main purpose of is to exploit the legitimate push notification system built into web browsers.

Rogue Pages Like Rely on Fake Messages

The site uses various tactics, including fake error messages and alerts, to trick users into subscribing to its push notifications. One of the potential fake scenarios found on the page consists of pretending to be doing a CAPTCHA check by showing visitors a message similar to 'Click Allow to confirm that you are not a robot.' However, the instructions are completely false, and pressing the button has an entirely different function - subscribing the user to the page's push notifications.

Once a user subscribes, can send spam pop-ups containing advertisements for adult websites, online games, fake software updates, and other unwanted programs. These pop-ups may continue to appear on the user's device even if the browser is closed.

It is important to note that the ads displayed by are not only annoying but can also lead to potentially harmful destinations. Users are advised not to subscribe to push notifications from suspicious websites and to keep their browsers updated to prevent such websites from exploiting vulnerabilities.

Don't Fall for Fake CAPTCHA Schemes

Fake CAPTCHA tests are a common tool used by scammers to trick users. Depending on the particular scam, victims may be misled into revealing their personal information, installing dubious PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs), or subscribing to unwanted services. Users can distinguish between a fake CAPTCHA test and a legitimate one by paying attention to the following details:

First, users can check the appearance of the CAPTCHA test. Legitimate CAPTCHAs usually have clear and readable fonts, while fake CAPTCHAs may have blurry or distorted fonts.

Then, they can check the source of the CAPTCHA test. Legitimate CAPTCHAs are often provided by well-known and reputable companies, while fake CAPTCHAs are often hosted on suspicious or unknown websites.

Users can also gauge the difficulty level of the CAPTCHA test they are presented with. Legitimate CAPTCHAs are designed to be challenging for bots but not too difficult for humans, while fake CAPTCHAs may be too easy or too difficult to solve.

Another sign that something is not right can be discerned from the behavior of the CAPTCHA test. Legitimate ones usually refresh or change periodically, while fake CAPTCHAs may remain static or repeat themselves.


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