Xochuaime.site is a website that will not provide you with any interesting content if you visit it directly. In fact, trying to open Xochuaime.site may often result in a blank page that takes the user nowhere. However, users have been posting complaints regarding a social engineering tactic that the Xochuaime.site website uses to get the user's permission to display push notifications in their Web browser or even on their mobile device.
It appears that the administrators of the Xochuaime.site have set up several sub-pages, which have been designed to display a fake prompt that asks users to confirm that they are not a robot. Usually, this is done by completing a CAPTCHA or writing down the characters seen in an image – the administrators of the Xochuaime.site ask the users to do this by clicking the 'Allow' button on a prompt that asks them to give the page permission to show notifications. This may not sound like a big deal to most users, but anyone who has dealt with unsolicited push notifications knows how annoying they can get.
If the users permit the Xochuaime.site page to display push notifications, then their next browsing sessions are likely to be accompanied by a non-stop flow of notifications, which promote various websites, affiliate links, questionable discounts, dubious offers and all digital content sorts. It is unlikely that any of the pages that the Xochuaime.site's push notifications promote is trustworthy, so we would not advise you to follow the links.
The good news is that allowing Xochuaime.site to spawn notifications is not a major problem, and it does not expose your computer to potentially harmful software unless you opt to download files from the pages that Xochuaime.site's notifications promote. To get rid of the annoying notifications, you should navigate to your Web browser's settings panel, and revoke Xochuaime.site's permissions to display notifications. If you have downloaded files promoted through the notifications in question, then we suggest that you also run an anti-malware scanner to make sure that you did not get any unwanted software on your computer.
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