rogue site


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rogue site

A website that is set up to spread a virus, collect names for spammers or for some other illicit or repugnant purpose. See also rogue access point.
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117) Unlike the rogue sites that distribute drugs without any prescription, these sites are more likely found within the borders of the United States, making prosecution easier.
It's thought that whoever was responsible for creating the rogue site must have done so using a computer that is not part of the school network.
By integrating Nielsen's anonymized, permissioned-panel data with information about rogue sites and traffic, we can deliver unique perspectives on consumer shopping patterns in alternate e-commerce channels and help brands recoup the traffic and revenue that those consumers represent.
Some rogue sites may have no insurance or proper drainage, create noise and traffic problems for people living nearby, and employ illegal workers.
It is imperative to make the distinction that not all Canadian pharmacies are dangerous rogue sites.
Many of these rogue sites use domain names obtained from a small number of registrars who turn a blind eye to their illegal activity.
Consumers seeking lower prices may fall victim to rogue sites where drugs may be counterfeit or of poor quality.
Cease and desist" letters were sent to rogue sites and registrars, leading to the removal of 10 fraudulent CIPA seals and 33 domains being blocked to date.
The 1961 Suicide Act was amended late last year to keep pace with the internet, which is awash with rogue sites promoting suicide.
As a result of these discussions, MarkMonitor produced an independent study of online traffic trends to rogue sites, identifying and prioritizing some of the worst offenders based on traffic, as well as identifying location information.
Crimeware downloaded onto local applications and DNS-cache poisoning techniques can reroute Web addresses to rogue sites and end users have no way of knowing that they have been maliciously redirected.
NASDAQ: FORR) showed that 84 percent of enterprises plan to increase their WCM deployments to consolidate rogue sites and departmental intranets.