What Is InfluencersGonewild.com?

Influencers Gonewild (InfluencersGoneWild.com) is a site for nude influencer content. As of December 2022, the website InfluencersGonewild.com gets an estimated 21.0 million monthly views, according to SimilarWeb. The Wayback Machine estimates InfluencersGonewild.com was founded on September 8, 2020.

Links and Profiles

Website: https://influencersgonewild.com/

Is InfluencersGonewild.com Safe?

I ran malware tests to find out if InfluencersGoneWild is safe and legit. Here are the results:

I checked the site InfluencersGoneWild.com on an online malware scanner Sucuri and it returned a 503 Service Unavailable issue. The scan says it failed at the homepage: http://influencersgonewild.com/. Subsequently, the scan lists the site InfluencersGonewild.com as a medium security risk. You can see the same here: Sucuri scan for the site InfluencersGoneWild.com.

InfluencersGoneWild Sucuri results

Usually, when the malware scans fail to scan the homepage, the sites get an automatic medium security risk grading which is what has happened here. It doesn’t mean there is malware on the domain; it just means the scan couldn’t be completed. When I visit the site, the site works fine without any issues, so I’m not sure why the scan couldn’t be completed but the 503 error code means the server isn’t blocking the scan which is what you would usually get with a 403 error.

Some hardening improvements can be made:

  • Missing security header for ClickJacking Protection. Alternatively, you can use Content-Security-Policy: frame-ancestors 'none'. Affected pages:
  • Missing security header to prevent Content Type sniffing.
  • Missing Strict-Transport-Security security header.
  • Missing Content-Security-Policy directive. We recommend to add the following CSP directives (you can use default-src if all values are the same): script-src, object-src, base-uri, frame-src

However, these hardening improvements don’t impact the Sucuri grade.

To check this further I ran a parasite scan with Unmask Parasites on the site InfluencersGoneWild.com and it says the page is clean. You can see the same here: Unmask Parasites scan for the site InfluencersGoneWild.com.

Unmask Parasites cites 3 suspicious inline scripts found:

if("undefined"!=typeof localStorage){var skinItemId=document.getElementsByName("g1:skin-item-id");skinItemId=skinItemId.l...

!function(){let e=function(e,t,s){let i=null;if("js"===t?((i=document.createElement("script")).setAttribute("type","text/...

(function(){var js = "window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'7c51a3e27fb53aa6',m:'JbTElqhpTh07rHdWWFJZWbxgbKzfbbpg6qL6090Xddk-16837...

Lastly, I ran a malware scan with VirusTotal for the domain InfluencersGoneWild.com and no security vendor flagged the domain as malicious. You can see the same here: VirusTotal scan for the site InfluencersGoneWild.com.

InfluencersGoneWild VirusTotal results

In conclusion, we didn’t find any malware; however, the online malware scanner lists the site InfluencersGonewild.com as a medium security risk due to the 503 Service Unavailable error.