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UrTVisLying2U 4 points ago +4 / -0

Saw the same post over on PW. Don't remember the user.

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selfKaiHarness 1 point ago +1 / -0

Very likely a fake report. Although Avast is doing the same I can confirm. Even with whitelisting the win website it still managed to block it.

I smell some lefty stench in the air though. i wonder what it is? Oh yeah, some AVs are blocking the website via fake phishing reports to keep people out of all .win sites.

Good thing i'd use Malwarebytes. Because the others I'd fear they're using deep state tactics to drive users out of .win sites by force.

**Spoilers: It's not fucking working for the deep state like usual. Just like with all of their plans. **

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nuffy 1 point ago +1 / -0

My guess is that these sites are relatively new and probably mass reported by bad-actors to make these domains show up as risky.

There was another post a while back of another service flagging .win domains, but was removed as a false-positive after the admin team/regular users contacted them.

I guess it’s better to always be wary but the above seems far more likely to me that this is just due to mass reporting by libtards in an attempt to delegitimize the site.

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Axocomeoutandplay -1 points ago +2 / -3

Someone is paying for these sites and making money off them (most likely). Follow the money.

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Graphenium 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes the (((owners))) were taking donations earlier last month you fagglestein