Threat Database Rogue Websites

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 2,046
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 1,701
First Seen: February 23, 2023
Last Seen: September 30, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The rogue page was discovered by cybersecurity researchers among a slew of other dubious websites. The purpose of this rogue page is to promote spam browser notifiations and redirect users to other sites, which are likely to be similarly as unreliable. Visitors who access or other rogue pages typically do so through redirects caused by websites that use rogue advertising networks. Such networks may redirect users to these pages without their consent, and visitors may not be aware of the potential risks associated with these sites.

Luring Messages Encountered on

Rogue webpages may display different content and promote different products or services depending on the visitor's IP address or geolocation. For example, a rogue webpage may display advertisements or links to unsafe websites that are specific to the visitor's country or region.

In the case of, when the website was inspected, it was found to have two appearance variants that were very similar. Both variants included loading bars and deceptive instructions designed to trick visitors into enabling the website to deliver browser notifications. The text presented in both versions implied that to resume watching or viewing online content, users must permit notification delivery.

Rogue pages often use notifications to run intrusive advertising campaigns. The advertisements that are delivered through these notifications may promote various tactics, untrustworthy or harmful software, and even malware. These advertisements can be highly targeted based on the visitor's location, interests, or other factors and are often designed to deceive visitors into clicking on them or providing personal information. It is important for users to be cautious when visiting any website and to carefully consider the risks before allowing notifications or providing any personal information.

Users Should Stop All Notifications Coming from Rogue Websites Like

Users can take several steps to prevent rogue websites from bombarding them with unwanted browser notifications. The first and most effective step is to block notifications from untrusted websites. This can be done through the browser settings, where users can selectively choose which websites they want to allow notifications from.

Another fundamental step is to avoid clicking on suspicious links or ads on the Internet, especially those that promise easy money or quick fixes for problems. These links often lead to rogue websites that can infect the user's device with malware or deliver unwanted notifications.

Lastly, users should always exercise caution when browsing the Internet and be wary of any website that appears suspicious or untrustworthy. They also should use anti-malware software and other security tools to help protect their devices from malicious attacks.

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