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Rogue websites send annoying pop-ups to your desktop

Block dangerous pop-ups

A rogue website uses pop-ups to trick visitors into subscribing to its browser notifications. Thus, it can send unwanted ads to your desktop.

Daisybuleonclock.com is such a shady website that lures visitors and makes them accept push notifications. Most probably, average users land on it by mistake or because some other web pages or intrusive ads redirect them there.

Most of the average users open them by mistake. Then, they realize their mistake when their browser is redirected often to websites such as Daisybuleonclock.com.

Intrusive pop-up ads, in three steps

So, the mechanism works as it follows. In the beginning, users click by mistake on pop-up ads displayed on shady websites. Then, they land on Daysibuleonclock.com, which shows a pop-up message.

The pop-up message says that “Daisybuleonclock.com wants to Show notifications.
Click Allow to confirm that you are not a robot!” So, it seems to act just like a captcha test.

In fact, tons of ads will start showing if users click on the “Allow” button. Moreover, they keep on showing even if the browser is closed.

This becomes very annoying for any user. Moreover, is not easy to get rid of such ads that affect both the performance of your computer and its response time.

Internet Security Tips comes with step-by-step guide that helps Google Chrome web browser users. The steps for other browser might be slightly different.

Stay away from pop-ups, forever

But taking steps to get rid of each such problem might be a real headache for any user. Still, you can keep away from mistakes such as unintentional clicks on ads.

If there are no ads in the browser, such risks do not exist. And we recommend Ad Guardian Plus for this. It blocks all types of ads, including pop-ups. Thus, there is no chance that you click on pop-ups or ads by mistake, ads can not even reach your browser. You can download it and try it for free.

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