is one of the numerous websites put on the Internet with the purpose of carrying out a popular browser-based tactic. All of these sites operate identically virtually - they display misleading alert or error messages designed to trick visitors into subscribing to that website's push notification services by clicking the 'Allow' button. Doing so will give the unsafe website broad permissions that it will then use to deliver unwanted and intrusive advertising materials to the screen of the affected device.

The specific scenario employed by includes displaying a big 'Download' button on the site's page accompanied with the following message - 'Your file is ready for download.' Of course, users have no recollection of this mysterious file that they were supposedly trying to download.

Engaging with the advertisements delivered by could potentially expose users to various security risks. Through forced redirects, the advertisements could lead to dubious domains spreading PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs), landing pages for phishing and tech support tactics, or even compromised pages delivering malware threats.


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