Description shows a fake error message that tries to mimic a CAPTCHA-type test, which is supposed to confirm that a user is a human and not a robot. claims that the users need to click on the 'Allow' button included in the message to gain access to the website's content. However, hitting that button gives this questionable page permission to send advertising notifications to user's computers or phones directly.

If you have allowed browser notifications from accidentally, we recommend deleting that permission from your browser's settings immediately. Any pop-ups, advertisements, or banners generated by this website can lead you to potentially harmful pages on the Internet. Also, they may contain scripts that can install malware on your computer without your knowledge.'s notifications also can be a symptom of an adware or browser hijacker infection. Both are Possibly Unwanted Programs (PUPs) that malware creators typically distribute through a method known as "bundling," in which unwanted programs and tools are included in the installers of other software. Many PUPs have data collection features that can cause serious financial losses and even lead to identity theft.

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