Description is a deceptive website created to promote online tactics and Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUA). So far, it targets iPhone users. However, the experts cannot rule out the possibility that the same tactic runs on other Apple devices as well. claims the user’s iPhone has been infected with malware and tries to lure people into downloading and installing a particular anti-malware tool that can remove the supposed infection. Malware experts warn that no website can actually detect any threats or other issues, and the only purpose of is to promote untrusty and harmful software products. Most users land on pages like this one after clicking on random ads that contain redirecting scripts.

A typical message that displays is that viruses have been detected on the user’s iPhone and that the hackers have hijacked their calendar, battery, or photos. To fix the issues, the tactic prompts users to install a free “virus protection tool” by clicking on a “Download and Install” button at the end of the page. As mentioned, all claims of this rogue website are false, and users should not fall for its tricks. PUAs promoted by have many unsafe features, like extracting sensitive data. Therefore, they can cause financial losses, undesired redirects, and even installing additional malware on the victim’s devices.

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