hahaprofilesfb.com participates in a redirection chain for a Facebook scam.
Not rated yet, but thought I'd put this here for the record. Reasons below.
Actual scam taking place at e.g.: itwitler.com/timed-out-session/
It's a typical typosquatted Twitter phishing site if any.
There have been several like this in the near past, e.g. the following one, which was still unrated when I made a review two days ago. Then I noticed it turned green yesterday. And today the registrar had suspended it after reporting it to them, so actually there's no hurry anymore with this one...
So, now waiting to see which will happen quicker with itwitler.com: the registrar suspending it or SiteAdvisor rating it green.
BTW, there's nothing wrong with a thread like this. It's just that because we already review these sites at SiteAdvisor, it's kind of double the work to come here to tell the same thing we already told there. There would be no need to do this if McAfee simply gave some weight to user reviews — especially in cases where they contradict with TrustedSource's ratings. There's usually some reason if that happens. And wouldn't be too hard to implement.
As it is, I don't keep a record of the sites I have noticed having a false rating, and I'm not going to go through them afterwards either. I just don't have time for that, but let's see what I'll do if and when I come across with those in the future...
Ok, here's another one I just reviewed a while ago:
There are hundreds of identical sites, I could gave you a list anytime. What I'm wondering is why Trustedsource usually rates them at least yellow, but then occasionally something considerably fails like here. Repeat, the sites are identical.
It would help if the reason for putting a site on the list were obvious, as in the one I started with (the links to red sites is a visual clue).
Erm... itwitler.com/timed-out-session/ isn't an obvious phishing attempt? Or what?
In the case of itwitterj.com I just wanted to make the point that McAfee rated it green after I had rated it red. Which they wouldn't have done if user ratings had even some weight.
Another funny thing is that the domain was registered only at 10/26/2011, so McAfee was actually quite quick at rating it — fortunately the registrar was almost as quick at suspending it...
orangefrance.co evidently hosts several phishing scams.
Not rated yet at WOT, probably because it was registered only yesterday. How come SiteAdvisor has once again been quite fast to rate it green. Usually SA rates the thousands of identical sites at least yellow, so wondering again...
Here you can see what My Canadian Pharmacy is about:
Almost forgot about this thread...
Registered at 10/13/2011, rated by Mandrake9 and myself as red at 10/15/2011, but I don't know whether it was rated by McAfee then already, as I have most probably used the bulk reviewing tool. Came across it now because it's currently used as a redirection target for several disposable domains.