The page is one of the countless dodgy websites that partake in the ‘Please Click Allow to Continue’ online tactic. This is a trick often utilized by empty websites that try to hijack the Web browser notifications of their visitors in order to generate cash via advertisements.

It would appear that the website uses a bogus CAPTCHA prompt to trick users into subscribing for the site’s Web browser push-notifications. The dodgy page will claim that unless you prove that you are not a robot (by completing the CAPTCHA), you will not be allowed to access the site’s contents. It is likely that the page claims to host exciting videos, which would attract the attention of users. However, as we mentioned, the site is empty, and there are is no media to be viewed. If you click on the ‘Allow’ button, as instructed by the website, you will permit the page to send you push-notifications via your Web browser. The website will use this permission to spam you with advertisements for various low-quality services and potentially fake products. It is best to avoid interacting with any of the advertisements spawned by the website.

If you want to stop the website from spamming you with advertisements, you should revoke the permissions given to the dodgy page using your Web browser’s configurations.

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