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|Threat Level:||20 % (Normal)|
|First Seen:||March 26, 2023|
|Last Seen:||September 18, 2023|
Linkforcaptcha.top is a rogue website that was identified during an investigation into sites that utilize rogue advertising networks. The site employs a clickbait tactic to deceive visitors into consenting to receive browser notifications. Linkforcaptcha.top may also redirect users to other potentially harmful websites. Users should not trust or visit this website, as it may promote unwanted and potentially harmful content.
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Rogue Websites Like Linkforcaptcha.top Often Rely on Deceptive Messages
When users visit Linkforcaptcha.top, they are presented with a message that prompts them to click the 'Allow' button to verify that they are not a robot. This message falsely mimics a CAPTCHA, and once the user clicks the 'Allow' button, the website gains permission to display notifications. However, websites that use such tactics to gain permission to show notifications are often untrustworthy.
Upon examining the notifications from Linkforcaptcha.top, it was found that most of them claim that the user's computer is infected with viruses and urge them to remove those threats. Clicking on these notifications can lead to phishing websites, technical support scam pages, websites hosting potentially harmful applications, and even malicious websites.
Moreover, Linkforcaptcha.top has the potential to redirect visitors to other untrustworthy pages. These pages may contain deceptive messages designed to obtain permission to display notifications. Therefore, users are strongly advised not to trust Linkforcaptcha.top or any websites opened through it.
Keep in Mind the Signs of a Fake CAPTCHA Check
A legitimate CAPTCHA check is a security measure used to distinguish humans from automated bots on websites. It is typically a simple task that requires users to perform a task that automated programs cannot easily accomplish, such as identifying distorted letters or images. A legitimate CAPTCHA check is usually deployed by reputable websites to prevent spam or unwanted automated actions by bots. It is usually presented in a straightforward manner, and users can easily understand what they are required to do.
On the other hand, a fake CAPTCHA check is a deceptive technique used by malicious websites or cybercriminals to trick users into allowing notifications or revealing sensitive information. A fake CAPTCHA check is designed to look like a legitimate one, but the tasks required are often more complicated and challenging than a legitimate CAPTCHA check. The goal of a fake CAPTCHA check is to trick users into thinking that they are performing a security check to prove that they are human while, in reality, they are giving permission to a rogue website to display notifications or obtain sensitive information.
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