The website is very generic in the sense that it has no content and pushes a social engineering scam. The site abuses a legitimate browser feature that lets sites with permission display notifications on users’ desktops. If you allow to display notifications, it will spam your desktop with both annoying and potentially dangerous ads. If you clicked “Allow”, it is not recommended to interact with those ads. They could expose you to scams and even potential malware. ads


Like thousands of other generic websites, abuses a legitimate browser feature that enables websites to show desktop notifications. As long as the website that has authorization is legitimate, it is safe to use the feature. However, because is far from being a safe site, it is not a good idea to let it display notifications.

The only content on is an image and a message advising you to enable alerts in order to “prove that you are not a robot”. Your browser will tell you that “ wants to show notifications” as soon as you are redirected to the website. The website will begin spamming your desktop with countless ads if you choose to accept these notifications.

While itself is quite questionable, its displayed ads could be worse. You shouldn’t click on the notifications if you’ve granted the website permission to show them. If you click on those ads, you may be directed to dangerous websites that promote scams or hide malware.

The “show push notifications” function has its uses. If you wish to get notifications from a website and you think it’s safe, you can grant it permission. You can authorize a website to display notifications if, for example, you frequently visit a certain news site and want to see news updates directly on your desktop without having to visit the site. When you decide you no longer wish to see them, you can quickly revoke this permission.

It’s a good idea to immediately revoke’s permission to display push notifications. Although the process is simple, if you need assistance, you can use the instructions provided at the end of this report. The alerts will stop if you withdraw your permission.

Random redirects may be triggered by an adware infection

Redirects to websites like may occur for a couple of reasons. But the trigger is usually the questionable websites users visit. Sites are deemed high-risk when they subject visitors to a large number of questionable advertisements. For instance, websites that have pirated or pornographic material frequently spam users with questionable adverts. Installing a reliable adblocker application is a good solution to this problem. Adblockers would stop not just redirects but also other troublesome ads.

Your computer may be infected with adware if you frequently find yourself redirected to websites like The most blatant sign of adware is ads that never cease, even when viewing mostly ad-free websites.

Users frequently install adware when they install free programs they have downloaded from questionable download sites. Free software commonly comes with extra offers, and these extra offers are free to install alongside without requiring explicit permission. The infections that are most frequently included with free software are adware and browser hijackers. Although the offers are technically optional, users need to deselect them in order to stop them from being installed. The offers are hidden in Advanced settings, while most users choose Default. Programs that use this dubious installation technique are frequently flagged by anti-virus software as potential threats.

You can stop these unwanted installations by learning the correct way to install programs. Installing programs correctly requires using Advanced settings as opposed to Default settings (Custom). All added offers will be concealed and allowed to install automatically if you choose Default settings as recommended by the installation window. If you choose Advanced options, on the other hand, every offer will be visibly displayed to you and you will have the option to deselect them all. Deselecting every offer is always a good idea because you won’t benefit from any of them. Your computer will only be loaded with unwanted programs that can be difficult to uninstall.

How to stop ads

Install an adblocker tool so that it can prevent ads and redirects when you browse risky websites. To check for an adware infection, you also need to do a malware scan on your computer. Removing the adware would halt the redirects. Adware removal is very easy if you use a good anti-virus program.

Given that they are unsafe, websites like shouldn’t be allowed to display notifications. You need to immediately cancel the permission you may have given to to spam you. The permission can be revoked in your browser’s settings. If you are having trouble navigating your browser’s settings, use the instructions below. You should take and any other dubious websites off the list.

  • Mozilla Firefox: Open the menu (the three bars at the top-right corner), click Options, then Privacy & Security. Scroll down to Permissions, press Settings next to Notifications, and remove and any other questionable websites from the list. It’s possible to permanently turn off push notification requests by checking the “Block new requests asking to allow notifications” box in the same Notifications settings.
  • Google Chrome: Open the menu (the three dots top-right corner), then Settings, then Privacy and security, then Site Settings. Click on Notifications under Permissions, and remove and any other questionable websites from the list. It’s possible to permanently turn off push notification requests by toggling off “Sites can ask to send notifications”.
  • Microsoft Edge: Open the menu (the three dots top-right corner), then Settings, then Cookies and site permissions, then Notifications. Review which sites have permission and remove and any other questionable websites from the list. It’s possible to permanently turn off push notification requests by toggling off “Ask before sending”.

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