Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 1,841
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 4,660
First Seen: June 15, 2022
Last Seen: September 20, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The web page appears to be built with rather shady intentions in mind. It will in no way infect your system with any malware, but its creators are employing social engineering techniques to manipulate their users clearly. Once the users visit the website, they are likely to get spammed with what appear to be legitimate Google Chrome notifications. These notifications were tailored to resemble a 'SYSTEM ERROR' message and urge the user to click on the 'Click to fix' button. If the users fall for this and click on the button, they will be redirected to a website that is affiliated with the individuals running the web page.

Promotes Shady Websites

This can become very irritating quickly because the website appears to send out these notifications very regularly. Since this is a shady service, it is safe to assume that the pages affiliated to it are going to be shady too. It is very likely that the websites that the notifications promote are pages hosting dubious promotional content - free prizes, promos, free trials for popular services, etc. If you want to put a stop on the notifications from the Web page, you should go into your Web browser's settings, the privacy setting specifically, and revoke the permissions that this shady website has. This will ensure that the notifications will no longer spam you in the future.

Experts speculate that the website is likely linked to a browser extension, which has a very similar shady behavior. Make sure you go through your browser extensions list very carefully and remove any extensions, which may seem dubious or shady promptly. As a safety measure, make sure to download and install a reputable anti-virus software suite and scan your computer to check for the presence of any other potentially deceptive applications.

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