Computer users that see a site named may become a victim of a well-used social engineering scheme. The site will display pop-up notifications trying to induce unsuspecting users to subscribe to its alerts, promising them some advantage. may use a tactic known as 'Click here to prove you are not a robot.' These unwanted websites exhibit these notifications to trick users into allowing to display as many notifications it wants.

If the PC users decide to allow it, will use its privileges to spam the users with a flood of unwanted advertisements by using their browser. These advertisements may become a nuisance since they may cover parts of the content of the websites the users are trying to read. Even when the browser is disabled, the advertisements will keep appearing.

These are social engineering tactics that, by themselves, may not cause any harm. However, accessing the advertisements displayed by may lead you to dubious or corrupt sites and even unsuitable content. To put an end to advertisements, you will need to revoke the permissions given to it. This should be done by going to the 'Settings' tab of your browser.

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