Onemacusa.com shows misleading messages to its users to trick them into clicking the displayed 'Allow' button. Unknowingly, users who follow the instructions will be subscribed to the site's push notification services, allowing it to now deliver numerous unwanted advertisements to their computers.
This particular browser-based tactic has been extremely popular and the countless sites proliferating it have already been put on the Internet. The trend doesn't seem to be slowing down and more pages are being created every day.
Among the various false messages and fake scenarios, the one that is used the most by these untrustworthy pages is to pretend to be conducting a CAPTCHA check for bots. Onemacusa.com is not an exception, as it displays an image of a confused robot accompanied by a message similar to:
'Click Allow if you are not a robot'
In addition to interfering with the browsing experience on the device, the advertisements generated by Onemacusa.com also could cause forced redirects to other suspicious pages. Users could be taken to additional online tactics, phishing pages trying to collect private information, domains spreading PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) and more.
Users should take the necessary measures to stop the actions of Onemacusa.com. Typically, this involves revoking the browser privileges unwittingly granted to the con page.