Threat Database Rogue Websites

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 10,479
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 142
First Seen: February 2, 2023
Last Seen: September 14, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Researchers have uncovered a rogue website,, which is used to spread spam browser notifications through the use of a fake CAPTCHA verification. Completing this bogus CAPTCHA test, they will be enabling to deliver browser notifications.

These notifications can contain links to online schemes, intrusive software such as PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs), and other suspicious destinations. In short, interacting with could lead to serious security or privacy issues. It is, therefore, important for users to be aware of the risks associated with this type of website and take steps to protect themselves from potential harm.

This page also may redirect unsuspecting users to other shady or potentially risky websites. Typically, most users are exposed to this rogue webpage by clicking on links from sites that are part of rogue advertising networks.

The Fake Scenario Observed on is a rogue website that may be able to detect the IP address and geolocation of visitors, allowing it to display different luring content based on this information. Upon visiting the site, users are presented with images of robots and asked to click an 'Allow' button to verify they are not a bot.

How to Prevent Deceptive Sites Like from Delivering Spam Notifications?

It's becoming more difficult to distinguish between legitimate and deceptive sites. Many times, deceptive sites will deliver notifications to gain access to your personal information or even spread malware. While these sites may seem like they are providing useful information, they can be threatening. So, before you click on a URL, always check the website address and make sure that it is the one you want to visit.

Anti-malware software can detect potential threats and help keep your online activity safe by stopping risky sites from being opened while also preventing the running of malicious code in the background without your knowledge or consent. Before downloading any file, make sure your anti-malware solution is active and up-to-date.

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