What Is Noodlemagazine?

Noodlemagazine (noodlemagazine.com) is a video search engine for porn. As of December 2022, the site noodlemagazine.com gets an estimated 134.3 million monthly views, according to SimilarWeb. The Wayback Machine estimates noodlemagazine.com was founded on February 7, 2002. Noodlemagazine is a Russian website. You will need a good browse such as Google Chrome to see an option to translate it into English.

Website: https://noodlemagazine.com/

Is Noodlemagazine Safe?

I conducted a series of malware tests to find out if noodlemagazine.com is safe and legit. Here are the results:

I installed the Malwarebytes Browser Guard on my Edge browser and was able to browse the site noodlemagazine.com without any issues.

To check this further I ran malware scans with Malwarebytes and Spybot on my computer after browsing the site noodlemagazine.com and they returned no malware detection. I also ran a system-wide scan with Microsoft Defender on my computer and no malware was found.

To confirm that the site is clean, I also checked the site noodlemagazine.com on the online malware scanner Sucuri and it returned with no major issues. You can see the same here: Sucuri scan for the site noodlemagazine.com.

Noodlemagazine.com Sucuri results

No malware was found during the scan. There was also no injected spam and no defacements found. However, there was a 404 Not Found issue on the following URLs:

  • http://noodlemagazine.com/
  • https://noodlemagazine.com/privacy

The 404s weren’t enough to stop the scan from scanning the site and concluding it is a low security risk.

Some improvements could be made such as adding a website firewall and solving the missing security headers listed below:

Missing security header for ClickJacking Protection. Alternatively, you can use Content-Security-Policy: frame-ancestors ‘none’.

Missing security header to prevent Content Type sniffing. Affected pages:
https://noodlemagazine.com/ for Google’s UA

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 issues are minor and not enough to change the scan result from being a low security risk.

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

Noodlemagazine.com VirusTotal results

In conclusion, the site noodlemagazine.com is a low security risk — no malware was found during our scans and no security vendor has flagged the site as malicious.