Type: Adware is an untrustworthy website that employs various scare tactics to convince users into installing a promoted software product or buying a subscription for one. The exact behavior of the page could vary based on a combination of factors, such as the visitor's IP address, geolocation and more.

One confirmed tactic propagated by is 'Your PC is infected with 5 viruses!' As part of its deceptive activities, the page will generate several pop-up windows filled with false alerts and security warnings. The dubious page will even pretend to be running a malware scan despite the fact that no website can perform such functions on its own. Invariably, the supposed scan will detect 5 malware threats on the user's device.

Typically, sites running this scheme will prominently display the name, logo, and interface scheme of a reputable security vendor. also follows this model, as it tries to add legitimacy to its completely fake claims by presenting them as coming from Norton. Users should always keep in mind that established companies do not employ promotional tactics involving such untrustworthy websites. The likely goal of the fraudsters is to earn commission fees based on each subscription carried out via their deceptive page.

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