The site is a dodgy Web page that uses shady tactics to trick users into executing actions that they would not otherwise perform. In other words, the administrators of the utilize various social engineering to achieve their goals. Sometimes, administrators of shady websites use their platform to propagate threatening malware that has the potential to harm users’ systems seriously. However, the operators of the site do not take this outright unsafe strategy. Instead, they use their website to spam users with unwanted advertisements.

Social Engineering Tricks

The operators of the page claim that users need to click on the ‘Allow’ button that they are presented with if they want to see the content hosted on their websites. If the users fall for this and click on the ‘Allow’ button, they will enable the page to send them Web browser notifications. Another trick in the site’s bag is attempting to mislead the user into clicking the ‘Allow’ button by claiming that it is a way for them to confirm that they are above 18 years old. This may trick some users into thinking they will view adult content if they click the ‘Allow’ button. However, by clicking the button, the user will enable the site to pester them with Web browser notifications.

Promotes Dodgy Products and Services

Asking for permission to display Web browser notifications is not always a shady trick – reputable websites use Web browser notifications to provide their visitors with helpful and useful information. However, this is not the case with dubious websites like the page certainly. This shady site will likely advertise dodgy services or low-quality products that no legitimate Web page will agree to promote. Sites like the page also often engage in pushing PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) or other potentially unsafe software onto their visitors.

If you are being bombarded with advertisements from the website, we would advise you to revoke all the permissions given to this shady page immediately. This can be done easily via your Web browser settings.

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