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Rating that should probably be amended on Safe Web…
Recent message delineated as spam indicates something to the effect of, “You have a missed ‘whatsapp’ message. When i hovered over the clickable, it was not for say an mp3 audio file, rather, a .html extension. [Have to be careful with those, virus payload could be on the way…] Funny how it was under the guise of a ‘whatsapp’, i think i was just recently talking about the merits of that with someone here recently…
Anyway, in performing further investigation of the domain revealed, both Quttera AND Sucuri indicate malware:
In the above, although the page is clipped, it looks as though Sucuri indicated eight  traceable malware. Quttera indicates more, however:
Looks like twenty-two  malicious files.
Whereas, Safe Web (gotta’ love it) indicates the good ol’ green check of approval…
Perhaps Norton should add this Kobber.com.br to their auto-block list to even prevent navigation to the site while Safe Web fixes their rating. Not for nothing, but, we really need Safe Web's scanning power to become stronger.
Normally, i wouldn’t be so animated, however, when you have two  separate external scanners indicating malware, chances are, something should change. I just don't want people getting stung here.