What Is Passes?

passes.com is a platform for creators to scale their brands. As of July 2023, the site passes.com gets an estimated 851.5K monthly views, according to SimilarWeb. The Wayback Machine estimates that passes.com was founded on December 5, 1998. The Internet Archive has saved the domain passes.com 243 times between December 5, 1998, and August 9, 2023.

Is Passes Safe?

I analyzed passes.com for malware and malicious content to check if it was legit or a scam. Here are the results:

I checked the site passes.com on the online malware scanner Sucuri and it returned with no issues. You can see the same here: Sucuri scan for the site passes.com.

passes.com Sucuri results

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Sucuri says the site passes.com doesn’t have malware or any important security issues and is a low security risk.

Some hardening improvements can be made:

  • 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
  • The ‘unsafe-inline’ keyword in Content-Security-Policy is not recommended. Consider using unsafe-hashes or nonces instead. Affected pages:

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 passes.com and it says the page is clean. You can see the same here: Unmask Parasites scan for the site passes.com.

I also checked the site passes.com on VirusTotal and it isn’t malicious. You can see the same here: VirusTotal scan for the site passes.com.

passes.com VirusTotal results

In conclusion, Sucuri says the site passes.com doesn’t have malware. Unmask Parasites says the site passes.com is clean of parasites. VirusTotal and Sucuri say the domain passes.com isn’t malicious or blacklisted. Overall grade: Safe.

Links and Profiles

Website: passes.com
Twitter: @JoinPasses


1. SimilarWeb – passes.com

2. Wayback Machine – passes.com