Threat Database Rogue Websites

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 811
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 4,171
First Seen: February 10, 2023
Last Seen: September 30, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows has been identified as a deceptive website by researchers investigating dubious online platforms. Its purpose is to deliver unwanted browser notifications and redirect users to other potentially unsafe sites. Typically, individuals land on and comparable sites after being redirected from other websites that use unreliable advertising networks.

The Luring Messages Found on

Rogue pages often use a visitor's IP address to determine the content that is presented to them. Analysis of the website resulted in the page displaying a clickbait message consisting of a 3D robot graphic and instructions for the visitors to click the 'Allow' button. The shown text stated, 'Click 'Allow' if you are not a robot!' but what users see could vary. This is a fake CAPTCHA test designed to deceive visitors into permitting to deliver browser notifications.

By allowing notifications from this site, users can be subjected to a barrage of advertisements promoting online tactics, intrusive software and PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) or possibly even malware. This can result in system infections, serious privacy issues, financial losses and even identity theft. Therefore, be cautious when browsing suspicious websites like to avoid falling victim to these threats.

How to Stop Notifications from Rogue Websites Like

There are a few effective methods for stopping unwanted browser notifications from rogue websites. One of the best methods is to access your browser's settings and disable the notifications or block notifications from untrusted or unfamiliar websites. This can usually be done by accessing the browser's settings or preferences, selecting "Privacy and Security" or "Site Settings," and then selecting "Notifications." From there, you can manage which websites are allowed to send notifications to your browser.

Another method is to use a browser extension or add-on that can block notifications. Additionally, you can avoid clicking on pop-ups or prompts that ask for permission to show notifications and be cautious of visiting websites that you do not trust or recognize. It's also a good idea to keep your browser and security software up to date to help prevent rogue websites from hijacking your browser notifications.

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