Threat Database Rogue Websites

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 18,652
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 20
First Seen: March 8, 2023
Last Seen: August 4, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

After analyzing the website, cybersecurity researchers confirmed that it is an unreliable source that presents a deceptive message to lure visitors into agreeing to receive browser notifications. It is not uncommon for individuals to unintentionally access websites such as as a result of opening pages using rogue advertising networks or having PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) installed on their devices. Shows Visitors a Fake CAPTCHA Check

The website presents a message to visitors, urging them to click the 'Allow' button in order to confirm that they are not robots using a CAPTCHA. However, this is misleading as the button actually grants permission for the website to send notifications. uses these notifications to display false warnings about computer infections. These warnings are designed to lure visitors into visiting dubious websites that may attempt to trick them into sharing sensitive information, downloading adware, browser hijackers, malware, contacting fake tech support numbers, and more.

Therefore, it is strongly advised that visitors do not consent to receive notifications from This website also may redirect visitors to other suspicious websites, further increasing the risk of harm.

Do not Allow Sites Like to Interfere with Your Browsing

To stop intrusive notifications generated by rogue websites like, users can take the following steps:

First, the user should close the website that is generating the notifications. If the website is open in multiple tabs, the user should close all tabs related to the website.

Next, the user should go to their browser settings and locate the section related to notifications. This is typically found in the "Privacy and Security" or "Site Settings" section of the settings menu.

Once in the notifications settings, the user should find the website that is generating the notifications and disable them. This can usually be done by toggling a switch or selecting "Block" or "Remove" next to the website's name.

If the notifications continue to appear after disabling them in the browser settings, the user may need to check their computer for adware or PUPs that could be causing the issue.

In general, it is important for users to be cautious when visiting websites and only allow notifications from trusted sources. They also should regularly update their browsers and security software to help prevent issues like this from occurring in the first place.

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