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This website contains malware that may harm your computer

This website contains elements classified as malware: software that can harm your computer or operate without your consent. Visiting a site that contains malware can infect your computer.

This website is classified as phishing

This website is classified as a phishing website. It is associated with attempts to acquire sensitive information such as user names, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity. You should not enter confidential information on this website.

This website pretends to be a financial institution

Fake bank websites are often part of an “advance fee” fraud. The fraudster will claim to have lodged a huge sum of money in an account for the victim or he will present himself as the representative of a bank. The victim is usually asked to contact the "banker" who will then demand fees for various certificates, clearance charges, official licenses etc.

This website hosts an escrow scam

Escrow companies can be very helpful, assisting a transaction between a buyer and a seller safely, but one has to remember that not all services are legit. Scammers can set up fake escrow websites and fake shipping companies. While promising to provide escrow services, once payment is made, the fake escrow website will take the money and disappear. These scams work hand in hand with fake shipping companies and target small businesses, such as restaurants, catering companies, etc. While purchasing large quantities of products, the scammers use stolen credit card numbers or counterfeit checks to complete the sale, and request that the items be shipped with a private third party shipping company, which only accepts payments through some wire transfer service. Since the shipping company doesn't really exist, the real purpose of the scam is to convince the victim to wire a large amount of money to the scammer.

This website represents a Facebook scam

Facebook scams are usually represented by malicious applications that promise extra functionality, such as statistics of who viewed their profile or different types of hijacking. (like-jaking, tag-jacking, etc). Once installed, these applications will start annoying your friends, will post messages on your behalf and will access your private information. We strongly recommend that you do not access websites that claim to be distributing such applications.

This domain hosted [phishing_domain_count] phishing attack(s) in the last 90 days

Many phishing websites hosted on a certain domain can be an indicator of either a domain name specifically created for phishing attacks, or a domain with poor security measures in place.

This domain was found in [spam_count] unsolicited email messages in the last 90 days

Every day we see several million spam-messages, including email spam, social networks spam and blog comment spam. Each of these messages will try to promote at least one link that will try to sell you something. Most of the times, these virtual shops don’t actually exist and they will not ship any of the products you purchase. The promise of cheap loans that you can get for just a small deposit is just another type of virtual scam. We strongly advise not to purchase any products from this domain.

This website represents an Online Casino Scam

Fake Online Casinos are specifically designed to steal money and defraud you by impersonating legitimate online casinos and promoting themselves by spam or blackhat SEO. Legitimate Online Casinos have to be licensed and regulated by the gambling authority and this information, along with the name of the company that owns the casino, should be found on the homepage and can be easily verified by accessing the licensing authority's list of approved casinos. 

This website represents an employment scam

Employment or job scams are a form of advance fee fraud where the attacker will pose as a recruiter or employer who will offer a "too good to be true" job opportunity, which requires a small fee to be paid in advance. The fee can be justified as traveling expenses, resume analysis fee, visa taxes, etc.

This website represents a download scam

Piracy websites, also known as warez websites, refer primarily to websites that illegally distribute copyrighted materials (music, software, movies) without the payment of fees or royalties, and it generally represents a violation of copyright law.

This website represents a money loan scam

Money Loan scams are a form of fee fraud where unwary victims are presented with different low-risk funding opportunities that require no credit history or income documents. However, in order to obtain the loan, they have to make a small deposit for different fees. The loan is never delivered and the deposit is stolen. Also, these websites are know to require several confidential information, such as social security numbers, contact details, bank account numbers and so on.

This website represents a pay-per-click website

Click fraud is defined as the simulation of a legitimate user by an automated script or computer program that will click on different ad links, for the sole purpose of generating a charge per click, without having actual interest in the target of the ad's link.

This website represents a piracy website

Piracy websites, also known as warez websites, refer primarily to websites that illegally distribute copyrighted materials (music, software, movies) without the payment of fees or royalties, and it generally represents a violation of copyright law.

This website represents an online dating scam

Online dating scams are represented by various websites that allow victims to meet beautiful women from different countries. It is a long-term scam since it usually involves an involvement of both parties and it is carried until the victim develops feelings for the scammer. Then the scammer requests money for visas and transportation in order for them to meet, but the meeting never actually occurs.