btcexploit.pro reviews: 21%

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Is btcexploit.pro legit or a scam?

btcexploit.pro has a low trust score. The website may be a scam.

Scamadviser gave a low review to btcexploit.pro based on several data points we were able to find online (such as reviews on other sites, phishing reports and public data such as the address of the company and server).

The rating of the website seems low. Our automatic analysis may however be wrong and btcexploit.pro may be legit and safe. It is recommended to always do your own check as well.


Review Summary

The Scamadviser trust score is based on a technical analysis of public information. Scamadviser uses a artificial intelligence algorithm to do over 40 checks to estimate the possibility of an online site being a scam or legit.

Trustscore
21%

Negative highlights

The owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity
The website is using a computer that hosts other websites
The speed of this website appears to be slower than average
This website's setup involves 2 countries

Positive highlights

A SSL certificate has been found

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Company Rating

We see that the owner of the website is using a service to hide his/her identity. This may be because the owner does not want to get spammed. However, it also makes it difficult to identify the real owner of the website. As a result, websites hiding their identity get a slightly lower score.

Webshop Analysis

btcexploit.pro is using a computer that hosts other websites. This is quite normal. Most smaller websites share a computer server with several up to hundreds of other website In this way the can share the costs of the server and the access to the internet. For bigger and professional websites however this is quite uncommon.

This website's setup involves 2 countries. Especially larger and corporate websites often use internet infrastructure spread out across multiple countries. The web servers may be located in multiple countries to make the website faster. Likewise the firewall and DNS and registry may be based in different countries. For smaller websites this is less common as they usually buy all the services from one organisation.

Technical Analysis

The speed of btcexploit.pro appears to be slower than average. There may be several causes for this. The website might be hosted on a shared web server meaning it shares its server with multiple other websites or it has a peak number of visitors at the moment. Speed is an essential component of having a successful website. Professional websites therefor invest significantly in improving the speed of their website. A slow performing website may be a bad sign.

A valid SSL certificate was found. Professional companies use an SSL certificate to encrypt communication between your computer and their website. However, there are different levels of certification and scammers also install a free SSL certificate. If you have to enter your data, never do this without checking if an SSL certificate protects your information.


Facts about btcexploit.pro

Company data

Organisation See PrivacyGuardian.org
Country US
Country Likelihood Unknown: 93% / United States: 7%

Webshop data

Website btcexploit.pro
Website country United States
Domain age 2 Years, 225 Days
Website Speed Slow

Technical information about btcexploit.pro

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See PrivacyGuardian.org
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AZ
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US
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Target
noel.ns.cloudflare.com
IP
173.245.59.216
Country
US
Region
CA
City
San Francisco
Zipcode
94107

Target
mimi.ns.cloudflare.com
IP
173.245.58.203
Country
US


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