Wizardclick.site is a deceptive website that tries to trick users into falling for a popular browser-based tactic. Countless virtually identical websites that are all dedicated to performing the same scheme are already present on the Internet. By employing various manipulative social-engineering tactics, these websites attempt to push users into clicking the 'Allow' button by using different fake pretenses. The truth is that clicking the button will subscribe the unsuspecting visitor to the specific website's push notification services. The result of this, in practice, is that the misleading website, Wizardclick.site, in this case, will be provided with all of the browser permissions it requires to start generating intrusive advertisements directly on the affected device's screen. The advertisements themselves may represent a significant security risk as they could redirect dubious and suspicious third-party websites. Users may be redirected to offers for software that turns out to be barely functional PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) or, more seriously, may have malware threats lurking inside them.
The particular tactic employed by Wizardclick.site is to pretend that a not-specified file of the visitor is now ready for download. Of course, following the instructions will enable the push notification of the site leading to all the consequences we previously discussed. Affected users should ignore the text displayed by Wizardclick.site and close the site altogether.