Fake 'robot checks' have become one of the favorite tricks of online con artists. Surprisingly, they do not use such deceptive content to propagate malware or elaborate tactics. Instead, they have a much simpler goal – they want to gain access to your browser's notifications. The con artists want to do this because your browser notifications are a great way to deliver a constant stream of paid advertisements to your Web browser. Websites like Atoridenc.top specialize in hijacking browser notifications by displaying a bogus 'robot check' that users are asked to pass by pressing 'Allow.' Interacting with the button will, however, end up subscribing visitors to Atoridenc.top's notifications.
As you can probably guess, Atoridenc.top does not use your browser notifications to deliver entertaining updates and content. Instead, it uses the feature to display regular advertisements that will bother you on all websites you visit. Atoridenc.top's advertisements may often lead to shady sites, low-quality services/products, and irrelevant or misleading content.
If your browsing sessions are being interrupted by Atoridenc.top's notifications, you should try to eliminate this content by configuring your browser to block Atoridenc.top's notifications.
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