Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 127
First Seen: April 3, 2022
Last Seen: July 22, 2022
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The website is part of a tactic, designed to induce users into installing a promoted application or buying a subscription for one. The scheme performed by the page is a variation of the 'Your PC is infected with 5 viruses' scam scenario. It utilizes false alerts and warnings about malware threats being found on the user's device. The deceptive website will even generate a pop-up where a fake anti-malware scan will claim to have detected 5 harmful malware threats.

These hoax websites often exploit the names, brand logos, and design of security vendors. When it comes to specifically, infosec researchers have observed the site claiming that its warnings are associated with McAfee. Users should remember that reputable companies do not rely on such underhanded tactics to promote their products and are in no way connected to the con pages.

The most likely goal of the fraudsters is to try and earn illegitimate commission fees based on the number of transactions occurring via their deceptive page. That is why users should never follow the instructions found on a random website encountered while browsing, no matter how urgent they may seem. It is far safer to check the official page of the promoted product and get it from an established application store.

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