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Malicious Website Impersonating Youtube.com

The website below is malicious and impersonates popular video sharing website: YouTube.com. The website has the title "Top 10 Famous Celebrity Sex Scandals" with a picture of Paris Hilton half naked looking at herself and a "Play" button. With a picture like this, a lot of persons will want to click the "Play" to view the video.
Malicious Website Impersonating Youtube.com
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Malicious Website Impersonating Youtube.com


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Malicious Website Impersonating Youtube.com

The website below is malicious and impersonates popular video sharing website: YouTube.com. The website has the title "Top 10 Famous Celebrity Sex Scandals" with a picture of Paris Hilton half naked looking at herself and a "Play" button. With a picture like this, a lot of persons will want to click the "Play" to view the video.

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The malicious website is: www1.safevo-army.shit .la

The malicious website www1.safevo-army.shit.la

If you click the "Play" button, an Adobe Flash Player image will appear, with a download progress bar. The image will behave as if it is updating your Adobe Flash Player. After the progress bar goes up to a 100%, a "Install Now" button will appear.

The malicious website www1.safevo-army.shit.la displaying Adobe Flash Player download

If you click the "Install Now" button, you will be prompt to download the malicious file scandsk.exe from website www1.firstwmdefense.dnset.com.

Malicious file scandsk.exe download ZoneAlarm

Do not download files from the website or any other websites, unless they are trusted and popular.

If you are browsing the internet and want to know if you are on a legit website instead of a fake, look at your browser address bar and make sure it has the name of the website that you are visiting.

Browser address bar

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