Type: Adware joins the ranks of the countless other deceptive websites that try to take advantage of distracted and unsuspecting users. The sole reason for the page's existence is to run a rather popular browser-based tactic. By using social-engineering tactics and clickbait messages, it tries to convince users into subscribing to its push notification services. Of course, the page doesn't reveal that it will start abusing its browser permissions to deliver annoying and unwanted advertisements immediately.

Most pages dedicated to proliferating this tactic pretend to be doing a CAPTCHA check. However, utilizes a different tactic. It displays a buffering or loading bar that is stuck right near the end - at 98%. Right below it will be a message implying that to access the online content, users will need to click the 'Allow' button.

When dealing with advertisements generated by such dubious and unproven sources, users should always exercise caution. Typically, the advertisements will be promoting dubious applications that turn out to be nothing more than PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs), other hoax websites, phishing pages siphoning all entered data, or even compromised sites that may be spreading malware threats.

Users also should try to identify the reason why they landed on in the first place. If the redirect was caused by a previously visited website that utilizes a rogue advertising network, maybe consider reducing your visits to that pages. However, seeing websites such as also may be a result of a PUP that has already entered your computer or device successfully.

PUPs are known for using underhanded distribution methods that aim to hide their installation from the user specifically. It is strongly recommended to perform regular scans with a professional security solution to make sure that no suspicious applications are lurking on it.

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