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Poses as a legitimate helpful site but delivers malware. Avoid.
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this site is advertising on google ads when I search error codes.
many articles on the site instruct me to download a repair utility for an error code. when I click to download the repair utility, I get ErrorEND_Installer.exe
found this when searching for info on ErrorEnd: http://www.scambook.com/company/reports/101723/ErrorEnd-Software
I detest fraud sites that appear at the top of Google search. People come looking for help and all they get is hurt.
This "computer help" web site is safe to visit, but its inane and nonsense content aims to address a diverse range of problems by repeatedly suggesting they may all be caused by registry errors which can be corrected by a magic "error fixing" program offered for sale and download.
Strong antivirus reports this program's installer contains no malware, but this web site fits the profile of sellers of useless and/or rogue software which may cause problems on your computer and waste your money and time.
encourages you do download errorend_pro_installer which then tells you that your PC is badly infected - which it isn't.
ANOTHER SCAM SITE FIRST HIT (PAID) ON GOOGLE!This is the SECOND FAKE Wiki site paid on google I've hit in two minutes!!! STAY AWAY!!! This even said MACAFEE Secure!
ide dps self-test failed completion code 7 (To fix) not work
Click the Start button then select All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then click System Restore.
I don't think you can fix a bad harddrive like this.
after the download if you want anything to work you will have to pay 30.00 to get anything that could possibly help.. I did not pay. I don't want to mislead but I have had bad experiences with similar sites. BE CAREFULL, Don't do it!!
Seems like it's part of Wikipedia's network & I didn't notice anything suspicious just by visiting the site for 5-10 minutes or so, but I did notice they sometimes have links to software, so that portion may be why WOT rates it as poor. I did second opinion this site with Avast, & nothing popped up or anything when I visited the site in question, so must be safe to just visit, but I would beware if any download links appear on the page. (they're on the page itself & is not a pop up ad or anything like that) Seems safe to me...