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After conducting an investigation into, we have uncovered that the website displays a misleading message in an attempt to lure visitors into accepting notifications. Furthermore, our team found that redirects to other suspicious websites of a similar nature. This discovery was made during our routine examination of pages that employ rogue advertising networks.

The deceptive message displayed on urges visitors to click the "Allow" button to prove they are not robots and to pass a fake CAPTCHA. Granting permission to this website to show notifications can allow it to display deceptive notifications, such as fake virus alerts, which aim to redirect users to fraudulent websites or pages soliciting the download of untrustworthy apps, or requesting sensitive information. Additionally, clicking on these notifications may lead to malicious websites.

Along with presenting misleading content, can redirect users to, and potentially other dubious websites., similar to, tricks visitors into allowing it to send notifications, indicating that neither nor the pages it directs users to can be deemed trustworthy.

How Can You Tell a Fake Anti-Bot Check from a Real One?

Fake anti-bot checks are often used by malicious websites to trick users into thinking that they are interacting with a legitimate website or service. These fake anti-bot checks can be difficult to distinguish from real ones, but there are a few key indicators that can help you identify a fake anti-bot check:

  • Appearance: Real anti-bot checks often have a consistent appearance that reflects the brand or service they are associated with. If the anti-bot check appears to be poorly designed or looks different from what you are used to seeing, it may be fake.
  • Content: Real anti-bot checks typically provide clear instructions on what actions the user needs to take to prove they are not a bot. If the content of the anti-bot check is confusing or poorly written, it may be fake.
  • Timing: Fake anti-bot checks often appear at unusual times or when you are not expecting them. If the anti-bot check appears suddenly or in a context that seems unusual, it may be fake.
  • Requests for personal information: Fake anti-bot checks may ask for personal information such as your name, email address, or phone number. Real anti-bot checks typically do not request this type of information.
  • Suspicious behavior: If the anti-bot check is behaving in a suspicious manner, such as asking you to perform a task that seems unnecessary or running for an unusually long time, it may be fake.

If you are unsure whether an anti-bot check is real or fake, it is best to err on the side of caution and assume that it is fake. Avoid interacting with the check and consider running a malware scan on your device to ensure that it has not been compromised by a malicious website.

March 16, 2023

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