I just came across this one on Google, via the sponsored adverts (surprise surprise), and am astounded that neither Google nor Paretologic have done anything about this one.
This particular site is peddling RegCure, claiming it's a Microsoft Hotfix. Not surprisingly, it also doesn't seem to care what terms you use to get to the page - aslong as you get there. For example, if I change error%201008.html to error%20i%20wanna%20kill%20rogues.html, we see;
You'll no doubt have guessed, all of the "awards" on the page are fake, as are the Microsoft Gold Certified "awards".
The download this site takes you to is;
Which gives you a file called RegCureSetup_RW.exe. The little redirection wonderland you're taken through is;
Just so we're clear - it's this type of behaviour that has not only gotten Paretologic a bad name, but has also gotten them blacklisted as rogues in many people's eye's (mine being one of them).
So who owns pcerror.info? Well, if you'd believed the About page, you'd have thought Paretologic themselves do, as the BBB accreditation links to a page that certifies Paretologic are accredited by the BBB;
.. and the Contact page, that displays the Paretologic address;
However, I doubt Paretologic would do this themselves, especially given they know the security community are watching them like a hawk, given their past behaviour and lack of action concerning affiliates. In this case, I'm inclined to give the benefit of the doubt, and say an affiliate runs the site.
Not surprisingly, the WhoIs for pcerror.info, doesn't give us anything as that's hidden.
Paretologic vs MalwareURL