Description is a mostly empty website dedicated to the propagation of a popular browser tactic. It tries to trick visitors into subscribing to its push notification services by employing various manipulative and deceptive social engineering tactics. In practice, this is achieved by baiting users into clicking the 'Allow' button. Several fake alerts or error messages are usually displayed, each asking users to click the button. Doing so will grant the browser permissions it requires to start executing its main function - the delivery of unwanted and intrusive advertisements to the affected device.

One tactic that has been used by is to display a video window with a buffering icon in the middle. The site displays the message - 'Click Allow to continue' prominently. While it is questionable if a video would play after clicking the button, what is for certain is that users will soon notice that their browsing experience is being interrupted by a steady stream of dubious advertisements. could present to affected users suspicious third-party advertisements for various PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs), tech support tactics, fake software updates, etc.

Users should take the appropriate steps to stop from continuing its operation. In most cases, this can be achieved rather easily by going to the appropriate 'Permissions' tab inside the Settings menu of the user's browser and revoking all of the permissions that have been granted to the misleading websites.

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