Threat Database Rogue Websites

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 10,939
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 128
First Seen: March 1, 2022
Last Seen: September 16, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows is a website that is intentionally designed to deceive its visitors into granting permission for the site to display notifications. In addition to this, the website also has the ability to redirect visitors to other dubious websites. The discovery of was made during an investigation into pages that utilize fraudulent advertising networks, such as those commonly found on illegal movie streaming and torrent websites.

Deceptive Content is Often Used by Rogue Sites Like employs a deceptive tactic to lure visitors into clicking the 'Allow' button by displaying a phony CAPTCHA and urging them to prove that they are human. If the visitor consents, will proceed to present dubious notifications that advertise various scams and untrustworthy applications.

Moreover, this website has the ability to redirect visitors to other unreliable pages, as our team discovered during testing. Specifically, it redirected to, a similar shady page, and opened a fraudulent website masquerading as the 'Amazon Loyalty Program.' Given these findings, it is highly advised that visitors refrain from visiting and granting permission for notifications.

Make Sure to Stop the Notifications of Dubious or Rogue Websites

If you're receiving notifications from a website that you don't recognize or don't trust, it's likely that you've accidentally enabled notifications from that site or that the site has implemented shady tactics to prompt you to allow notifications.

To stop a rogue website from spamming you with intrusive and dubious notifications, follow these steps:

  1. Turn off notifications for that site: If you're using a desktop browser, go to the settings menu and find the option to manage notifications. Look for the site in question and turn off notifications for it. If you're using a mobile browser, go to the site in question and find the option to manage notifications, then turn them off.
  2. Block the site: If the site continues to spam you with notifications even after you've turned them off, consider blocking the site entirely. In a desktop browser, you can use an ad-blocking extension to block notifications from specific sites. In a mobile browser, you can often find the option to block a site in the browser settings.
  3. Check your browser settings: Some browsers have settings that allow you to block all notifications, or to only allow notifications from sites that you explicitly allow. Check your browser settings to see if this is an option.

By taking these steps, you should be able to stop rogue websites from spamming you with intrusive and dubious notifications. If the problem persists, consider using a reputable security program to scan your device for any malicious software.

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