Beware of Browser Notification Scams
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Browser push notification scams are on the rise
These types of notifications are a common browser feature that allow websites to send you push notifications. They can be handy so of course scammers have found a way to exploit them. They trick you into enabling them so they can then exploit you.
How do these scam notifications work?
- You can be lured into enabling browser push notifications while online, usually in
order to access some form of content.
- Once enabled, scammers trigger multiple push notifications intending to divert your attention and redirect you to fake scam websites.
- Scammers will bombard you with notifications for fake crypto accounts, messages from fake dating sites, and adverts for products that are all scams.
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