Type: Adware

Users who land on will be presented with various questionable content from this deceptive webpage. Indeed, the site is solely dedicated to showing dubious content with its exact behavior based on the visitor's geolocation. To determine that factor, scans the incoming IP addresses and then proceeds to redirect users to other shady places, show content on its own, or display numerous misleading messages in an attempt to lure users into subscribing to its push notification services. It should be noted that is just one of the countless dubious websites performing the exact same browser-based tactic. Some examples include, and

When dealing with this deceptive website type, users should remember to avoid clicking the displayed 'Allow' button, no matter what the site's messages claim. After all, one of the main goals of these con pages is to trick users into subscribing to their push notification services unknowingly. Afterward, the shady page will take advantage of the received browser permissions to run an intrusive advertising campaign. The advertisements could impact the browser experience on the device severely and further redirect users to more online tactics, phishing sites, suspicious online game platforms, etc. could pretend to be doing a CAPTCHA check, claim that a video clip will become accessible, or that a file is ready for download. The exact text could be a variation of:

'Press Allow to verify that you are not a robot'

'Click Allow to watch the video'

'Download is ready.'

Affected users should take appropriate actions to stop sites such as from interfering with their Web browsers. The first step in doing so should be to go into the browser's settings and revoke all permissions that have been granted to the hoax page. Then, perform a thorough scan with a professional security solution and see if it detects any PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs). PUPs are intrusive applications that sneak themselves unnoticed and then generate monetary gains for their creators by acting as adware, browser hijackers and more.

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