Threat Database Rogue Websites

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 1,318
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 2,015
First Seen: March 29, 2023
Last Seen: September 30, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Upon inspection, it has been found that the website,, is a rogue website that engages in deceptive practices. It presents a misleading message that aims to lure unsuspecting visitors into allowing it to show/send notifications. Additionally, the website redirects visitors to other websites, which can be malicious in nature. The discovery of was made during an analysis of websites that use rogue advertising networks.

Shady Sites Like Trick Users with Misleading Messages is a website that presents a loading bar to visitors and prompts them to click on the 'Allow' button in a pop-up message displayed by the browser in order to continue watching its content, which is supposed to be a video. However, the website suggests that its content will not be ac until visitors agree to receive notifications from it.

Allowing notifications from can be a risky decision, as itmay lead to unsafe websites demanding sensitivr data such as ID card details,redit card details, login credentials etc. These websites also pMAY rompt users to download untru apps or call fake technical support numbers, which can put their personal data and devices at risk.

Therefore, it is strongly recommended that users stay away from notifications Additionally, may lead users to other similar web pages that may have similar deceptive practices or malicious intent. Exercise caution when navigating the internet and pay attention to requests for personal information or actions that seem suspicious or not niormal.

Don’t Allow Rogue Websites to Spam You with Dubious Notifications

Users can stop receiving intrusive and dubious notifications from rogue websites by adjusting their browser settings. One way to do this is to go to the browser's settings menu and find the section related to notifications. From there, the user can review the websites that are allowed to send notifications and remove any that are unwanted or suspicious.

Another option is to use an ad-blocking or anti-tracking extension for their browser. These tools can help block notifications and other unwanted content from websites that are known to be intrusive or malicious.

Users can also be cautious when browsing the internet and avoid clicking on pop-up ads or suspicious links. They can also be mindful of the websites they visit and only use reputable and trustworthy sites.

Lastly, users can also consider using a virtual private network (VPN) to protect their online privacy and security.

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