Malware creators develop websites like with the sole purpose of delivering unwanted advertisements to users' computers or mobile phones directly. This tactic is based on browser notifications and works by gaining visitors' approval to receive messages from the corresponding website. Unfortunately, acquires this approval in a misleading and unfair way. When visiting this website, users see a black screen and a series of error messages like the one below:

' wants to Show notifications

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

Obviously, it is a fake CAPTCHA-test that claims the user needs to click on the 'Allow' button to view the website content. However, does not have any useful content; its only purpose is to trick users into accepting push notifications so that the malware operators can deliver advertising pop-ups straight to subscribers' desktops.

Promotional messages displayed by hide many potential risks as they may redirect to unsafe pages like online gaming sites, sites with adult content, or websites that promote Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUAs). All of these may contain corrupted scripts that download and install high-damage malware on users' computers.

We advise you to delete browser notifications permission through your browser's settings. It is also very likely that your device has already been infected with an adware program or a browser hijacker if push notifications keep showing up on your screen or if your browser launches such pages automatically. You can download an automated removal tool to scan and clean up your PC.

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