Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 2,530
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 1,019
First Seen: March 30, 2023
Last Seen: September 30, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows is a rogue website that aims to deceive visitors into agreeing to receive notifications from it. It is important to note that may redirect visitors to other untrustworthy pages, making it a potentially risky website to visit. was discovered among web pages that utilize rogue advertising networks. These advertising networks are known for displaying ads that are often misleading, and they may redirect visitors to other malicious websites.

Users Should be Careful with the Fake Messages Found on Rogue Websites Like is a website that has at least two different visual appearances, but in both cases, it uses clickbait techniques to trick visitors into clicking the 'Allow' button. The site displays a fake CAPTCHA message, informing visitors that they need to click the 'Allow' button as a proof that they are not robots and access the site. However, pages that use such techniques cannot be trusted.

Clicking the 'Allow' button that appears after opening grants the website permission to show notifications. It is important to note that web pages like should not be allowed to show notifications because they often display untrustworthy ads, such as fake virus warnings, that can lead to potentially malicious websites.

The notifications displayed by can open deceptive websites that ask visitors to provide personal information, encourage them to call fake technical support numbers, offer fake services or products, or even host malware. These deceptive websites can be dangerous and lead to identity theft, financial loss, or the installation of malware on the visitor's device.

Potential Signs Indicating a Fake CAPTCHA Check

Fake CAPTCHA checks can have several characteristics that differentiate them from genuine ones. One of the most common signs is that they may be too easy to solve, or conversely, too difficult or confusing to decipher. Additionally, fake CAPTCHA checks may lack the usual visual or audio cues that are present in legitimate checks, such as distorted or obscured letters and numbers or the sound of a spoken word or phrase.

Another possible sign of a fake CAPTCHA check is that it may not actually be tied to any legitimate website or application. This can be a signal that the check is being used to harvest user data or to facilitate some other type of malicious activity.

Overall, the key to detecting a fake CAPTCHA check is to look for any inconsistencies or irregularities in the process that do not align with the usual practices and standards of legitimate checks.

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