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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In addition to self-imposed risks, consumers who purchase drugs from rogue sites may fall prey to unethical vendors because there is no way to ever truly know what one may receive in the mail.
The company operating the File Rogue site said that if contacted by copyrights owners, it will remove membership of users violating the law and will also delete the song.
We know that there still are some rogue sites out there.
Thus, a rogue site would rapidly get its IP addresses locked out of large numbers of sites.
Once they had proof our VAT number had been used, it was enough for them to get the rogue site shut down.
Unlike Blade Runner, you don t need a Voight-Kampff test to determine whether you have a rogue site on your hands, just Opera Mobile s new fraud detection.
RULES to stop thousands of elderly residents in mobile homes being ripped off by rogue site landlords are expected to be backed in Parliament today.
But the school has failed to see the funny side and has called in the police to track down the "misguided" computer geniuses who set up the rogue site.
The list of known phishing sites is constantly updated - even within an hour of a rogue site being reported.
Buying fake fancy dress costumes, not only poses a public safety risk, but buying from rogue sites can also put your personal and financial information at risk, meaning that criminals can use your identity for malicious means.
Detective Inspector Nicholas Court, of the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU), says: "Buying fake goods can not only pose a public safety risk, buying from rogue sites can also put your personal and financial information at risk, meaning criminals can use your identity for malicious means.