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H.B.’s Security Round-up 5-19-19.
One of the first to report on is: 188.8.131.52. For this IP, Norton 360 blocked three  instances where this attempted to install Fake Flash Player Download 19:
Safe Web is currently in the dark: https://safeweb.norton.com/report/show_mobile?name=184.108.40.206
Although whois.domaintools.com indicates that this IP is registered to: United States Ashburn Amazon Technologies Inc., the overall site that triggered this may have been aniviewDOTcom.
PC Mag published a piece not speaking too highly of Aniview: https://www.pcmag.com/news/367346/video-ad-fraud-has-been-draining-phone-batteries
Next up, a lead from a fellow Safe Web reviewer concerning: topmusicsDOTinfo. She had mentioned about the inappropriate content with respect to a specific link, but, there was so much more (threatwise) to be paying attention to. Upon entry to her specific link with respect to the site, i was confronted with malicious IP: 220.127.116.11 launching two  attacks: Malicious Domain Request 22:
Safe Web is in the dark with respect to topmusicsDOTinfo:
https://safeweb.norton.com/report/show_mobile?name=topmusics.info With respect to the specific link the user visited, VirusTotal deemed it safe (which, obviously, it wasn’t) however, just running the generic site without the specific extension into V.T. indicated 'malicious' via Quttera:
From my past research, visiting “.info” domains more often than not, proved problematic….
What i hadn’t realised at first was, there was also additional fallout due to visiting this site revealed in the Norton Security Logs (NSL):
Ucheephu, revealed as: Local or Remote Attacker II. By the way, Safe Web, once again, in the dark concerning the site:
Next topic, fraudulent e-mail scam going out to people:
Claiming that you have “unread messages” from Apple Support, yet, the message stems from “slaterinsurance”. Don’t be fooled. Don’t click the links in this scam. Safe Web in the dark with respect to “slater”:
Rounding out this security report, are some questionable e-mail links:
As you can imagine, Safe Web in the dark with respect to just about all of them:
https://safeweb.norton.com/report/show?url=asiatech.ir (Although Safe Web does indicate GREEN on this one, perhaps, because i have received a potentially dangerous communication stemming from that extension, they might want to still re-evaluate the safety of that domain)