SCAM website that hosts malware and contains dishonest information designed to trick people into installing a ROGUE software. This site claims perfectly safe and innocent sites are "dangerous" and links to "fake" downloads.
It's a bogus site, makes false claim that "beap.gemini.yahoo.com" the URL re-director of sponsored ads & articles in Yahoo, is actually embedded physically deep in your system or in the browser itself and prompts to download their malware disguised as a do-gooder samaritan to wipe it clean. It also displays tons of logos from Norton, McAfee and other reputable sources to mislead people that their site is legit!
Advises removal of MALWARE Advanced Mac Cleaner with scareware MacKeeper. Both pieces of malware are probably written by the same development shop. I am not sure yet how to get rid of Advanced Mac Cleaner ... but MacKeeper is NOT the answer, your problems will be no better if you use MacKeeper and may be worse. MacKeeper in NOT legitimate.
A website dedicated to malware removals and prevention. Their articles are helpful. Yes they do offer paid software but so what? If you know anything about computers you can use their free guides to remove most threats without installing or paying anything.
This site is definitely a scareware site because it has articles talking about how "in your case, your computer is infected" even though there is no way for them to tell. They want to scare you into downloading their malware removal tool, giving an ad saying "There's a possibility that your system may be exposed to threats worse than this virus! Download our professional malware removal tool." Which more than likely is a virus itself. Totally malicious site. Very misleading and a scam.