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Under false pretenses, such as a fake CAPTCHA check or claiming that additional content will become accessible, the hoax websites attempt to convince their visitors to click the displayed 'Allow' button. These clickbait and misleading messages could be a variation of:
'Click Allow to verify that you are not a robot'
'Click Allow to download the file'
'Press Allow to watch video'
Users should be careful when dealing with the advertisements that webprotectionprogram.com will generate if its scam is successful. The advertisements could employ similar social-engineering tactics to promote dubious adware, browser hijackers or other PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs). They also could cause redirects to more serious tactics, phishing pages, shady online game platforms, etc.