Quordle (quordle.com) is a word puzzle gaming site. Quordle was acquired by Merriam-Webster on January 23, 2023. Wordle, a similar word game, was bought by The New York Times Company in 2022.

As of January 2023, the site quordle.com has 69.3 million monthly views, according to Similar Web. The Wayback Machine estimates that quordle.com was founded on February 4, 2022. Quordle.com started getting traffic at the beginning of 2022 and immediately it was being crawled by the Wayback Machine frequently, suggesting as soon as the site was founded it became highly trafficked very quickly. The crawl rate by the Wayback Machine has remained consistent to date suggesting that the traffic has not dropped off at all. SimilarWeb suggests the site quordle.com gets 71% of its traffic from search engines and 21% coming to the domain directly. SemRush shows that quordle.com hasn’t advertised in search engines at all since it was founded, so its growth was purely organic. Quordle is of course a similar word to Wordle which is another word puzzle game that became extremely popular during the pandemic of 2020-2022.

Is quordle.com Safe?

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

I checked quordle.com on Sucuri, and it returned with no issues. Results: Sucuri scan for the site quordle.com.

Quordle.com Sucuri results

I then ran a parasite scan with Unmask Parasites on quordle.com, and it is clean. Results: Unmask Parasites scan for the site quordle.com.

I also checked quordle.com on VirusTotal, and it is clean. Results: VirusTotal scan for the site quordle.com.

Quordle.com VirusTotal results

In conclusion, the site quordle.com is a low security risk according to Sucuri. Sucuri didn’t find any malware and no associated security vendor has blacklisted the domain. Moreover, no security vendor associated with VirusTotal has flagged the domain as malicious. OVERALL GRADE: Very Safe.

Links and Profiles

Website: quordle.com


1. SimilarWeb – quordle.com

2. Wayback Machine – quordle.com