Description is a mostly empty website designed to propagate a browser-based tactic. Using various social-engineering tactics, it attempts to trick any visitor who lands on it into subscribing to push notification services. The goal is to acquire the necessary browser permission to start delivering unsolicited advertisements to the screen of the affected device and, as a res, generate monetary gains for its creators.

To achieve this, displays several fake error alerts or messages. The exact text of these counterfeit alerts may vary from user to user, but the end-goal remains the same as they all urge visitors of the website into clicking the 'Allow' button. For example, some may see a fake captcha check that states - 'Click Allow to confirm that you are not a robot!' Other users may be presented with a progress bar for a video that appears to be stuck accompanied by the text: Click the <<Allow>> button to subscribe to the push notifications and continue watching.

Anyone who falls for these tricks will start experiencing numerous unwanted pop-up advertisements that could lead to suspicious third-party sites for online games or shady software updates. The sheer number of the displayed advertisements could interfere with the normal use of the affected device. Simply closing the browser will not alleviate the situation in the slightest. Instead, users have to locate the 'Settings' menu of their browser, navigate to the 'Permissions' tab, and remove anything that has been granted to

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