The Protection-fix.fun page is a dodgy website that takes advantage of a low-level online tactic that has been gaining popularity recently – the iPhone Calendar Events Spam.
If you have fallen victim to the Protection-fix.fun con, it is likely that your iCloud email has been leaked online, and the conmen have gotten their hands on it. Con-artists that use the iPhone Calendar Events Spam trick do not need anything else but a functioning iCloud email address to carry out this tactic. As soon as they acquire a user’s iCloud email account, they can start sending them bogus invites to non-existing events via their iPhone’s Calendar application. The fake calendar events affiliated with the Protection-fix.fun website attempt to mislead users into believing that there is malware installed on their mobile device. Another common trick is to claim that the users have won an amazing prize that they need to claim immediately. The links affiliated with the Protection-fix.fun site are not trustworthy, and you should avoid clicking on them as they may redirect you to unsafe websites.
The operators of the Protection-fix.fun may try to get their hands on your data, or payment details, so do not fill in any forms affiliated with the activity of these con artists. You can block the email accounts affiliated with the calendar application spam via your iCloud email service. You also can opt to use a third-party calendar application that cannot be affected by the iPhone Calendar Events Spam.