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Web pages that provide ""how-to"" directions, or otherwise enable, fraud, crime, or malicious activity that is computer oriented.
Web pages related to computer crime include malicious hacking information or tools that help individuals gain unauthorized access to computers and networks (root kits, kiddy scripts).
Includes sites of online gambling or lottery web sites that invite the use of real or virtual money; information or advice for placing wagers, participating in lotteries, gambling, or running numbers; virtual casinos and offshore gambling ventures; sports picks and betting pools; and virtual sports and fantasy leagues that offer large rewards or request significant wagers.
Note: Casino, hotel, and resort sites that do not feature online gambling or provide gaming tips are categorized under Travel.
Includes sites for stock quotes, stock tickers, and fund rates; online stock or equity trading; online banking and bill-pay services; investing advice or contacts for trading securities; money management or investment services or firms; general finances and companies that advise about finances; and accountancy, actuaries, banks, mortgages, and general insurance companies.
Includes sites for recipes, cooking instruction and tips, food products, and wine advisors; restaurants, cafes, eateries, pubs, and bars; and food and drink magazines and reviews.
Note: Business sites that fit more appropriately into another related category, such as Finance or Travel, will be categorized in those categories.
Includes sites for game playing or downloading, game hosting or contest hosting, tips and advice on games or obtaining cheat codes (""cheatz""), and journals and magazines dedicated to online game playing.
Includes sites for local, state, federal and international government sites, and government services, such as taxation, armed forces, customs bureaus, and emergency services.
Includes sites of banner ad servers, sites with pop-up advertisements, and sites with known adware.
Note: Sophos's advanced categorization data uses the most current technical definition for Adware, and thus recognizes the difference between non-malicious adware, such as ""cookies"" and more serious Spyware.