is a fraudulent website that relies on scare tactics to convince users to install a promoted application. Deceptive websites such as this one should not be trusted as the applications they deliver are almost always barely-functional PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) or unexpected threats. Even if the promoted program is legitimate, users should still download it from an official App Store platform, and not via a shady website they stumbled upon.

The misleading scenario employed Blocker.digitial involves the site displaying a fake warning designed to appear as if it is coming from Apple. The fake message claims that the connection to the user's iPhone has been compromised and the hackers can now spy on their victim. The site continues with the fake scares by warning its visitors that if they do not resolve the security issue within 2 minutes, their browsing, history, photos, and identity will be revealed to all of their contacts.

As we said, all the claims made by are false. After all, no website can perform an anti-malware scan on its own to detect the supposed connection issues. However, keep in mind that if you are being redirected to such deceptive pages on a regular basis, this may be a sign of a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) lurking on your device. It is recommended to use a professional security solution to scan and then remove such intruder applications.


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