Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 1,411
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 23,692
First Seen: January 25, 2019
Last Seen: September 25, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The page doesn't exist to help users in any meaningful way. Instead, its only goal is to generate monetary gains for its operators by running a popular browser-based tactic. Such deceptive sites have been popping up on the Internet for quite a while now and it seems that the trend is picking up even more steam. Newmisleading pages are virtually identical to are emerging almost daily.

They all rely on the same 3 or 4 deceiving scenarios. The most popular one is for the hoax page to try and create the impression that it is performing a CAPTCHA check for bots. Visitors will be asked to prove that they are real humans by clicking on the 'Allow' button. has been confirmed to utilize this tactic. Users also may be presented with messages trying to convince them that clicking the same 'Allow' button will give them access to additional content or make a file available for download.

However, in reality, clicking the button serves a whole different purpose as it subscribes the user to that page's push notification services. If successful, will be able to deliver unwanted and annoying notifications to the user's computer system or device via the affected browser. The advertisements could be used as a promotional vehicle for other con sites, phishing pages, suspicious adult-oriented websites, etc. They also could be used to deliver offers for intrusive PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs).

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