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Where do notifications to "usefulcontentsite.com" come from?

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Sometimes I get notifications from Firefox which send me to "usefulcontentsite.com" (don't click this, might be harmful!) and when I click them, uBlock Origin blocks them. So I'm pretty certain that is spam (or worse). However, I could never attribute this to any page or maybe some harmful extension I have installed. Also, I mostly block site's requests for notifications.

Here is the list of installed add-ons: - ClearURLs (recommended by Mozilla) - Firefox Multi-Account Containers (official extension) - KeePassXC-Browser - uBlock Origin (recommended by Mozilla) - User-Agent Switcher and Manager (recommended by Mozilla)

So imo nothing exotic here.

Does anyone here have a clue where those notifications might come from?

Sometimes I get notifications from Firefox which send me to "usefulcontentsite.com" (don't click this, might be harmful!) and when I click them, uBlock Origin blocks them. So I'm pretty certain that is spam (or worse). However, I could never attribute this to any page or maybe some harmful extension I have installed. Also, I mostly block site's requests for notifications. Here is the list of installed add-ons: - ClearURLs (recommended by Mozilla) - Firefox Multi-Account Containers (official extension) - KeePassXC-Browser - uBlock Origin (recommended by Mozilla) - User-Agent Switcher and Manager (recommended by Mozilla) So imo nothing exotic here. Does anyone here have a clue where those notifications might come from?

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Have you checked your push notification permissions?

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zeroknight said

Have you checked your push notification permissions?

Good point. I allow notifications only for two Mastodon instances. And it would be weird if they sent me to an unrelated domain... Are there any logs about which pages sent notifications?

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The notification should indicate the site responsible.

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zeroknight schrieb

The notification should indicate the site responsible.

It doesn't for me (I'm on Ubuntu with KDE, not sure if that matters). I just tried it, here is how a test notification looks like.

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Visit about:serviceworkers in the address bar and check for registered push endpoints.