What is the best way to find tech support pop-ups in 2022?

I have tried generators, different browsers etc. and have only gotten one so far.

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Welcome!

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Try googling for a tech support popup

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In my experience the old method of typing in a popular website wrong still works. This thread lists many such links, it’s a bit dated since some lead to their respective sites now, but it still works. You also might find that some work better than others at redirecting to a tech support pop-up, but finding that out is part of the fun. Ggmail personally works best for me.

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Welcome :smiley:

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Depends on popups needed, Typo squatting is what @Chronus mentioned works. However there’s other methods.

  1. Disable your “Block Deceptive” sites feature.
  2. Disable that adblocker
  3. Go to websites like Anonfiles or even zippyshare, You’ll get tons for free malicous .iso, .apk or .exe files for free.

Anonfiles can be found in Numerous YT Videos advertsing “free hacks” the malware is wide in terms of families of malware. As for Finding phone numbers, Do Alexa setup up, or google terms that will help you find ‘Tech support’ Related things. If you want phishing or ‘fake hackers’ I’ve made a post from Zer0logon from twitter who’s made a dedicated keyword trigger for bots to swarm your tweet in minutes.

Edit: use a VM + VPN when going to random sites.

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