Description is an online tactic that tricks users into accepting browser notifications from a questionable website. This fraudulent scheme aims to send sponsored advertising content to users' computers directly and then redirect subscribers to potentially corrupted websites. These actions put user online safety at risk as visiting such dubious pages may infect their devices with additional malware threats. exploits a standard social engineering trick to acquiring users' permission to send them notifications. It displays a fake error message saying the following:

' wants to Show notifications

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

As you can imagine, clicking on the 'Allow' button subscribes you to intrusive pop-ups and banners about suspicious online gambling pages, websites with adult content, pages where Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUAs) are offered, and other similar dubious resources that you should normally stay away from.

Users can delete notifications' permission easily by simply opening the browser's settings menu, finding the website, and removing it from the corresponding list. Yet, if the annoying messages keep showing up, the computer should be checked for adware or browser hijackers through an acknowledged anti-malware program. Such PUPs usually collect sensitive data and can cause severe privacy issues.

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