Threat Database Rogue Websites

Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 23
First Seen: November 3, 2022
Last Seen: January 29, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The website has been confirmed to show deceptive and fake content to its visitors. Rogue pages of this type are often capable of switching up the tactics they run based on the specific IP address and geolocation of each visitor. As a result, users may see different, misleading messages and it is strongly recommended to exercise caution when dealing with sites such as

One tactic seen on the site tries to convince users that their devices have been compromised and immediate action is required. On the main page, the deceptive messages will continue, this time claiming that the visitor's Chrome Web browser has been damaged. More specifically, may claim that there are 13 malware threats present on the device that have caused 62% of damage to the browser - whatever that could mean. Users apparently risk having their sensitive information, including social media accounts, images, passwords, messages and more leaked.

The fake scares are used as a lure to trick users into following the displayed instructions. These include allowing to show notifications on the system, as well as downloading a 'recommended' spam protection application. Deceiving sites are known to exploit the push notification browser feature to show intrusive and untrustworthy advertisements that could be promoting additional, questionable and even unsafe websites. As for the applications promoted via such deceptive methods, they are often little more than intrusive PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs), equipped with adware, browser hijacker and data tracking capabilities.

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