Tweet Secret visits to porn sites might end up with unpleasant consequences According to the statistics, 40 million of Americans are visiting porn sites regularly, and every second 28, users are watching adult oriented content on various Internet websites. Such sites usually include various cyber infections, such as Fuq. Com virus that might flood Internet browser with disturbing advertisements after visiting this adult website.
However, it's not the worst scenario. Security experts and virus researchers have already announced that almost each of super-popular porn sites is infected with malware.
In fact, there is an enormous possibility to get infected  while watching videos or looking thru photos of naked women or men on pornographic domains. Viruses that hide in these domains are capable of stealing personal information,  encrypting files  and making their victims share their money with hackers.
In other words, one minor threat can lead you to huge problems. Dangers that might hide in the popular adult websites Still thinking that you are too wise to get infected while on an adult site? Above is a list of the most popular sites that have recently been used for spreading malware. We can guess that some of these URLs will be familiar to you. Is this your favorite site?
Beware that just several weeks ago this adult-oriented site was caught spreading ransomware via Sex Messenger ads. Those, who were tricked into clicking these ads, were fooled into downloading a serious cyber threat on their computers. After getting the approval that it is dealing with a right person, a virus blocks the affected PC system and causes a malicious warning filled with invented accusations of illegal activity distribution of malware, the use of illegal content, etc.
Affected users could also see a requirement to pay a fine, which was said to be the only way to unblock computer. Like visiting PornHub or YouPorn? Make sure to stay away from their banners the next time you are visiting any of these websites. According to the latest announcements, their developers have just removed the malicious code called cookiecheck.
It is known that the code was used for distributing malware, such as Trojans and ransomware. Some part of PornHub visitors claim that their PCs were affected by a Trojan horse , others say that they were locked by ransomware. Sincerely, there is no much difference between these two threats because they both are seriously dangerous, and you can lose your money or your personal information which can also lead you to the money loss as well when having them on your computer.
Beware that the homepage of this website was recently infected by hackers, so visiting it can lead you to malicious websites used for spreading Trojan horses, spyware programs, keyloggers and other viruses.
Beware that these threats can hide in your computer as long as they manage to collect a required amount of data. They can additionally transfer this information your logins, passwords, banking data and so on to their owners or can even give them remote access to your computer. At the moment of writing, RedTube looks safe. Watching sexy videos is your favorite way to entertain yourself? Be careful with xvideos domain, which was infecting its visitors with ransomware.
According to them, they were tricked into downloading this threat to their computers after clicking on a misleading advertisement promoting a sexy chat called Sex Messenger. In fact, that is the same messenger, which was noticed on Hamster as well. However, you can never be sure when new cyber threats will be injected into previously mentioned or new adult-themed sites.
For this reason, would like to give you one simple advice at the end of this post. If your computer was infected right after visiting a porn site, instead of going to computer technicians for help, try scanning your machine with the reliable anti-spyware. Believe us, everyone is smart enough to understand what activities you were up to when you got infected with your virus.
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