Description is a possibly fraudulent website that attempts to receive users' permission to send them browser notifications. It exploits a prevalent clickbait tactic to get that permission - it displays a message asking users to confirm they are humans by clicking on an 'Allow' button. However, the truth is that by clicking on the displayed button, users give the fraudulent website permission to deliver advertising content straight to their computers. The fake CAPTCHA-verification test usually looks like this:

' wants to Show notifications
Click Allow to confirm that you are not a robot!'

Anything promoted by through its pop-up messages and push notifications could contain harmful links, leading to online gambling websites, online services for adults, deceptive advertisements and banners, and many other types of potentially unsafe content.

People usually do not visit deliberately. Instead, a Potentially Unwanted Application (PUA) sends them to such rogue websites. Apart from the undesired redirects, PUAs often collect user data, like browsing history, IP addresses, geo-locations, search queries, etc. As a result, users experience serious privacy issues and even identity theft. Malware experts recommend removing Omingle. top's browser notifications permission immediately and scanning the affected device with a reliable anti-malware program.

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