It is extremely unlikely for users to land on intentionally. Instead, in nearly all cases, they were taken there either via a redirect from a previously visited site or as a result of having a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) lurking inside their computers or devices. If you notice an obvious increase in the encountered advertisements and dubious pages, you should consider running a thorough scan for such intruder applications.

As for itself, it is a mostly empty website that relies on misleading messages to get users to subscribe to its push notification services. This particular behavior is seen in all websites dedicated to the proliferation of this popular browser-based tactic. shows its visitors a buffering bar accompanied by the following message:

'Click the Allow button to subscribe to the push notifications and continue watching'

If successful, the page will receive broad browser permissions, which it will then abuse to run an intrusive ad campaign. Users could be bombarded by dubious advertisements that may not stop appearing even if the browser itself has been shut down completely.

Luckily, dealing with pages such as is not that difficult. You simply need to revoke all of the permission granted to the page inadvertently via your browser's settings.