Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 3,042
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 1,138
First Seen: November 28, 2022
Last Seen: September 29, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

A closer look at site has revealed that it is a rogue page specifically designed to deceive visitors into allowing it to show notifications. The site also may cause unwanted redirects to other dubious destinations. does this by displaying deceptive and manipulative content. The website was discovered among other similarly suspicious pages.

Additional Details about is a website that should not be trusted. It instructs visitors to click the 'Allow' button upon opening the page, which grants it permission to display notifications. These notifications are often used to promote tactics, untrustworthy pages or various PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs). Furthermore, may redirect users to other unreliable websites that may attempt to trick them into providing sensitive information, calling fake technical support numbers or installing shady software. Some commonly encountered tactics include non-existing loyalty programs promising bogus rewards and fake malware/virus alerts trying to push dubious security applications. Users must be aware of these risks and avoid clicking the shown 'Allow' button on any of the websites that operate similarly to

How to Recognize Rogue Websites like

Legitimate websites will typically use their unique URL as a signifier that they are trustworthy. Rogue websites may appear familiar but be sure to double-check the Web address before you enter any personal information. If it's not the same one you remember, never proceed forward with that website — it could be a threatening copycat.

Many reputable online stores will display third-party authentication seals near the bottom of their homepage or on their checkout page as proof that their site is legitimate and secure from harmful attacks. If you don't see one of these seals, this should throw up an immediate red flag - especially if they are asking for sensitive information like credit card numbers or personal information, such as addresses or social security numbers.

Finally, keep an eye out for requests from unfamiliar websites that suggest unusual payment methods or ask for your personal details before being able to access services (such as asking for an abnormal amount of detailed contact information when signing up). These shady practices might mean there's something more sinister at play—so it's best to end any transactions immediately without making any payments and exit the page!

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