Hax0rgurl I don't see why these should malicious :/ Did you find a virus there or why do you think that they're malicious? If you go to these links, e.g. the error9.php, it's basically the same site as error1.php but it has a different title: "how to fix windows NA errors". These are just the landing pages. But it's not malicious, there's no virus on it or the page doesn't pretend to be Microsoft or something.
The only thing that I find deceptive or at least borderline is that it claims "Restoro is highly recommended to repair Windows 10 errors" which is bs. Microsoft does not recommend this software. So this could be something they fked up :P
We'd need the popup message which claims something like "Warning! Your PC has 5 Viruses" which was probably what hector100 was talking about that his uncle had on the computer.
Btw I'm using the AppEsteem certification checklist (https://customer.appesteem.com/home/checklist) and the deceptor checklist (https://customer.appesteem.com/home/checklist?minbar=y) to determine if something is bad or good. They've made a pretty good checklist of what is considered deceptive and what is considered acceptable. If we find something that is violating these rules, I can submit it to AppEsteem, they'll blacklist the software and since a lot of AVs are listening to them, the whole software gets detected as PUP or virus idk on all AVs.