Following sites to avoid

Occsters
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Following sites to avoid

Post by Occsters » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:16 pm

Someone commented on Emolga and the New Volt Switch on YouTube, and sent a link for Shakira porn. Make all the reputations "very poor". The link will be on the red.
Adult content, contains sexually-explicit material. NOT for children.

shakirascandal.co.cc
match.com
collegefucktour.com
freakishcocks.com
cumswappingbitches.com
analcravings.com



The red indicates that sites need to have all their privacies "poor" or "very poor". It also indicates that they were controlled by Nava Shield, except shakirascandal.co.cc

The DNS lookup for IP Address 207.246.197.236: http://www.robtex.com/ip/207.246.197.236.html

The DNS lookup for IP Address 10.10.10.10: http://www.robtex.com/ip/10.10.10.10.html

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RE: List of porn sites you should avoid

Post by AnonymousSpecial » Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:25 pm

match.com is not a porn site, it's an online dating website. They also have no privacy issues that I know of

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RE: List of porn sites you should avoid

Post by Jazspeak » Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:59 pm

<quote user="anonymousspecial">
match.com is not a porn site, it's an online dating website.
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Agreed. Although the site is only intended for adults, there is nothing on the site that constitutes Adult Content.

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RE: List of porn sites you should avoid

Post by phantazm » Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:30 pm

"Mijumaru: The red indicates that sites need to have all their privacies "poor" or "very poor".
It also indicates that they were controlled by Nava Shield, except shakirascandal.co.cc."


Who is this "Nava Shield"..?

Jazspeak: "there is nothing on the site that constitutes Adult Content."

But how about "Adult Intent"..?

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RE: List of porn sites you should avoid

Post by Jazspeak » Tue Aug 02, 2011 8:31 am

@ phantazm

<quote user="phantazm">
But how about "Adult Intent"..?"
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What do you mean by "Adult intent"? Did you see anything on match.com that should not be seen by children? That site makes it clear that its services are for adults, and not for children but there is nothing on the site that would be upsetting for children to see, and there are mechanisms on the site to age-restrict access to services.

In any event, the OP wrongly included match.com in a list of porn sites and as far as I could see there are no Child Safety issues with match.com.

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RE: List of porn sites you should avoid

Post by phantazm » Tue Aug 02, 2011 9:37 am

<quote user="jazspeak">
@ phantazm

What do you mean by "Adult intent"? Did you see anything on match.com that should not be seen by children? That site makes it clear that its services are for adults, and not for children but there is nothing on the site that would be upsetting for children to see, and there are mechanisms on the site to age-restrict access to services.

In any event, the OP wrongly included match.com in a list of porn sites and as far as I could see there are no Child Safety issues with match.com.
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If match.com and freakishcocks.com both have the same owner, I would suspect that neither were for kids.
Either as unsuitable or irrelevant. We now have "Child Safety", but that's about sites to avoid.
We could use a "Child Friendly" label too, for sites to be recommended. Why not..?

match.com is still adult stuff and therefore completely irrelevant for kids. Child safe but not child friendly...

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RE: List of porn sites you should avoid

Post by Jazspeak » Tue Aug 02, 2011 12:06 pm

<quote user="phantazm">
If match.com and freakishcocks.com both have the same owner...
[/quote]

Except that they do not have the same owner, do they?

<quote user="phantazm">
We now have "Child Safety", but that's about sites to avoid.
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That's about sites that children should avoid, and which parents should add to any browser and/or parental control software blocklists if those parents want to protect their children. There is also a comment category for Adult Content which can give further warning of any site that contains content that is unsuitable, rather than dangerous, for children.

<quote user="phantazm">
We could use a "Child Friendly" label too, for sites to be recommended. Why not..?
[/quote]

That is a possibility except that there are socio-cultural differences as to what constitutes "Child Friendly", and there are some sites such as the BBC websites where there is a mix of child-friendly (specifically for children) and adult content (specifically not for children). How would such a site be rated or recommended?

<quote user="phantazm">
match.com is still adult stuff and therefore completely irrelevant for kids. Child safe but not child friendly...
[/quote]

Irrelevant for kids but not dangerous for them, and certainly not the porn site being claimed in the OP

I have no liking for online dating sites but I guess that the better ones do provide a service for those adults that want to use them. Just because a site provides services for adults does not automatically mean that they are unsafe for children, and I reiterate that I found nothing on match.com to suggest that Child Safety is an issue, or that the content is Adult Content in any usual definitions of the term.

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Who or what is ''Nava Shield''..?

Post by phantazm » Tue Aug 02, 2011 4:58 pm

@ Jazspeak

Oops. i misread a sentence in the OP. "Owned" and "controlled" is of course not identical. Although still related.
"It also indicates that they were controlled by Nava Shield, except shakirascandal.co.cc."

But we still don't know who this mysterious "Nava Shield" is?
Could Mijumaru perhaps elaborate..?

PS: Googling reveals that "Nava Shield is a rogue anti-spyware...". Hm, is this "Nava Shield" a person, a company, a product..?

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RE: List of porn sites you should avoid

Post by Jazspeak » Tue Aug 02, 2011 6:19 pm

Re Nava Shield this is worth reading, especially noting, "...your browser opening taking you to random porn sites...", after the free trial period ends. Perhaps the OP tried to use Nava Shield beyond the free trial period and found that his or her browser opened random sites that were not only porn sites but also a dating site.

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"I am a robot from outterspace"

Post by phantazm » Tue Aug 02, 2011 7:22 pm

"Nava Shield is a fake rogue AV ... When you install it asks if you would like to purchase it or use it free for 30 days, if you select free for 30 days it generates a temporary licence. If you then put your date/time forward for about a month on your PC a soundfile of a clock "tick-tocking" plays and pop-up balloon reminds you the free time is over and you need to purchase the program.

If you set your clock a few years into the future the program plays a soundfile of someone laughing over and over. This is accompanied by your browser opening taking you to random porn sites, explorer windows opening randomly, a squeaky annoying "laugh" and a Microsoft Speech Synthesis voice saying things like "I am a robot from outterspace" amongst other things..."

http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.ph ... opic=62940

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