Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 3,851
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 880
First Seen: January 27, 2023
Last Seen: September 30, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows is a website that should not be trusted, as it displays deceptive messages to trick visitors into agreeing to receive notifications. Additionally, the website also may cause redirects to other similarly suspicious websites. Be aware of this and avoid visiting or engaging with in any way.

Clickbait Messages Found on is a dubious website that displays fake messages to deceive visitors into clicking the 'Allow' button. These messages may vary between visitors based on their specific IP addresses/geolocation, but when cybersecurity researchers examined the page, they were presented with a fake CAPTCHA check. Notifications generated by untrustworthy sources may lead to schemes, intrusive applications, phishing pages and other risky content. Do not trust such websites and decline any requests coming from them.

Furthermore, also may redirect visitors to additional untrustworthy pages where they are asked to download files. These files may contain adware, browser hijackers, or other PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs). Therefore, it is highly recommended not to download any files via pages promoted by pages like

How to Prevent Deceptive Sites Like from Delivering Spam Notifications?

If you've ever received a spam notification from an unfamiliar website, then you know how annoying these notifications can be. Not only are they unsolicited and intrusive, but they also can lead to further cyber security risks if clicked on or interacted with in any way.

Anti-malware programs can typically detect and remove intrusive PUPs as well, preventing such applications from entering your system and delivering unwanted notifications. Make sure that your computer has the latest version installed and run regular scans throughout the month. Also, take caution before downloading anything from unfamiliar websites or following sponsored links via email and social media platforms, even if it looks legitimate.

Alternatively, you can try to block the website from delivering the unwanted pop-ups and notifications through your browser's settings. Click on the 'settings' menu, usually in the top right corner of the browser. In this menu, look for a section titled 'notifications' or 'permissions' and click on it. You should now be taken to a page that gives you complete control over what permissions are granted by different websites on that browser.

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