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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"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.
But the Bruises singer was raging when he found briefs for the dates appeared on rogue site Viagogo moments later.
The Act also strengthens local authorities' licensing and enforcement powers to help councils tackle rogue site owners.
The rogue site has repeatedly breached the law, for example by listings tickets that turned out to be invalid.
ANDREW Newman's North Financial Group Ltd was one of the first names to pop up on rogue site Viagogo last week after it was forced to start naming its top traders.
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.
23/4/18 Arctic Monkeys manager Ian McAndrew tells the Daily Record that the rogue site Viagogo should be shut down by the Government, as the band launch an anti-tout ticketing strategy.
More than PS1million will be clawed back from Viagogo and the parasite touts who infest the rogue site.