Countless websites online take part in the so-called ‘Click Allow to Continue’ tactic. These are usually empty pages that claim to host a variety of interesting content like engaging articles, exciting videos, etc. However, these are empty sites whose only goal is to hijack the push-notifications of your Web browser. One of these pages is the site.

If you try to open the site, the page will ask you to click on the ‘Allow’ button on your screen immediately. Often, sites like the page will claim that unless you follow its instructions and do as you are told, you will not be able to view their content. However, as we already mentioned, there is nothing to be viewed on the page, so you will not miss out on any interesting content if you refuse to comply. Users who click on the ‘Allow’ button will give the dodgy website permission to send them push-notifications via their Web browser. This means that they will be bombarded with advertisements spawned by the site via their Web browser. Even closing your browser will not help with putting an end to the site’s ad spam. To make matters worse, the advertisements associated with the page are not trustworthy, and you should avoid engaging with them.

Users who are being flooded with advertisements by the dubious page are advised to open their Web browser’s configurations and revoke the permissions given to the website.

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