Description is nothing more than a deceitful website perpetuating a popular browser-based tactic. Countless websites virtually identical to it have already been unleashed on the Internet and more are being created each day. They all operate in the same fashion using various manipulative social-engineering tactics, the sites attempt to trick users into subscribing to their push-notification services by clicking the 'Allow' button. Doing so will allow the websites to start executing their true agenda - delivering unsolicited advertisements to the affected device and generating monetary gains for their creators in the process.

The most common trick employed by these websites is to pretend to be carrying out a captcha bot check., however, has chosen to rely on the curiosity of its visitors instead. It shows a buffering video that is already several seconds in accompanied by the following message: wants to Show notifications

Click Allow to watch the video

Visitors who follow the instructions will soon start noticing the appearance of various unwanted advertisements. The sheer volume of advertisements generated by could start to interfere with the normal use of the affected device. Anyone who has fallen for this tactic website's tricks should exercise care in not clicking on any of the displayed advertisements that could expose them to additional security risks. The advertisements may redirect to dubious online casinos, offers for Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs), or fake software updates that could have adware or browser hijacker applications hidden inside them.

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