is yet another mostly empty website that joins the countless other websites, identical to it virtually that have already been put on the Internet to conduct a popular browser-based tactic. Their final objective is the same - to trick users into subscribing to that particular websites' push notification services. To achieve this, various social-engineering tactics and fake alert messages are employed. Their text is designed to lure visitors into pressing the 'Allow' button, which will give the website all of the permissions it requires to carry out its agenda. uses the most popular scenario among these misleading websites - it pretends to be conducting a captcha check for bots. Prominently displayed on its page is:

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

In addition, a pop-up bubble makes the false claim that users have to 'CLICK ALLOW TO CLOSE THIS PAGE.' 

If achieves its goal, it will begin to deliver unwanted ads to the affected device. By this point, closing the browser will not be enough to stop the advertisements from appearing. Users also must use caution when clicking on any of them as they might get redirected to suspicious or undeniably compromised websites. They can land on these pages for technical support tactics at these places forcefully and be subjected to offers to download various PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) or fake software updates.

Dealing with the should be fairly straightforward. Affected users will have to revoke the permissions granted to the scam website through either the 'Notifications' or 'Permissions' section, depending on their browser.


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