The site may appear to host interesting content to attract the attention of users online. However, this is not the case certainly, as there is no content of value hosted on the website.

The operators of the site have had only one goal in mind when creating this page – to hijack the Web browser notifications of their visitors. This behavior is a red flag because legitimate websites would not attempt to trick their users into permitting them to display browser push-notifications. The website would present its users with a fake CAPTCHA prompt that is meant to prove that the s are not robots. However, if the visitors follow the instructions, they will permit the shady site to display Web browser push-notifications that may turn into an irritating nuisance quickly. As soon as the page gets the user’s permission, it will begin flooding them with unwanted advertisements. Malware researchers advise users to avoid engaging with the advertisements linked to the dubious website. Often, advertisements pushed by shady Web pages may be promoting low-quality services and overly expensive, fake products.

It is best to revoke the permissions given to the website. This can be done via your Web browser configurations or with the aid of a legitimate anti-spyware application easily.

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