^Back to top Web pages that contain virtual art galleries, artist sites (including sculpture and photography), museums, ethnic customs, and country customs.
Online photo albums are not included; see "Media Sharing".
Malicious code may exploit HTML, Java Script, Images, Active X, Java and other web technologies.
Exploits, sometimes called drive-by-downloads, can install themselves on unprotected computers often without a consumer's knowledge, where the code can install keystroke loggers (to steal passwords) and Trojan programs (to turn a computer into a 'bot’ or ‘slave machine').
This category includes URLs that distribute or execute any browser exploit.
Web pages that provide business-related information, such as corporate overviews or business planning and strategies.
This category also includes sites where many consumers reported being cheated or not receiving services.This category includes domain-level and sub-domain-level URLs that function as content servers.The following are not included in this category: Web pages for businesses that provide the content servers; Web pages that allow users to browse photos (see "Media Sharing"); URLs for ad servers serving only ads (see "Web Ads").Personal pages and Web hosting Web pages are not included.Web pages of web-based chat and instant message servers.