Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 4,901
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 226
First Seen: May 11, 2023
Last Seen: September 24, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

According to cybersecurity researchers who analyzed the site, the primary aim of is to deceive users into subscribing to its notifications. Doing so will enable the site to send browser notifications containing intrusive advertisements or other unwanted content to users' devices. may also redirect visitors to similarly unreliable pages through forced redirects. The same tactic is likely to be the reason why users landed on in the first place.

Rogue Websites Like Rely Heavily on Fake Messages

When a user visits, they may encounter a deceptive technique that prompts them to solve a fake CAPTCHA by clicking the 'Allow' button. However, by doing so, they unwittingly agree to receive notifications from the site. Notifications coming from dubious sources such as may lead to harmful websites and applications that may compromise the user's system.

Indeed, the notifications sent by often contain false claims of virus infections on the user's computer. Clicking on these notifications may redirect users to technical support scams, phishing pages, websites hosting dubious applications, and other potentially harmful content.

If users trust the notifications and click on them, they run the risk of experiencing financial loss, identity theft, or having intrusive PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) installed on their devices.

To avoid these potential dangers, visitors to should refrain from granting permission to receive notifications. Additionally, they should be wary of similar pages that may redirect them to other untrustworthy sites.

Pay Attention to the Indications of a Fake CAPTCHA Check

A fake CAPTCHA check may show signs that are not typical of a genuine CAPTCHA check. These signs can include:

  1. The CAPTCHA appears out of context, such as on a non-login page or a page where a CAPTCHA is not normally required.
  2.  The CAPTCHA may be visually different from a typical CAPTCHA. The letters or numbers may be distorted or blurred, or the background may be too cluttered or too plain.
  3.  The fake CAPTCHA may not be timed, meaning there is no countdown or time limit for completing the challenge.
  4.  The language or wording of the CAPTCHA challenge may be unusual or nonsensical.
  5.  The 'submit' or 'allow' buttons may be too prominent, such as being in a larger font or flashing.
  6.  A fake CAPTCHA may be accompanied by other suspicious activity, such as pop-up ads, fake system messages, or requests to download software.

If any of these signs are present, visitors should exercise caution and be skeptical of the authenticity of the CAPTCHA check. They should avoid clicking on any buttons or links associated with the CAPTCHA and should exit the page if possible.

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