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Hentai Haven Warns About Scam Sites And Discord Servers

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There’s another new chapter in the Hentai Haven saga. First we heard that the popular website was shutting down, and then we heard that the site wasn’t disappearing after all. Reports suggested that Hentai Haven was moving from the .org extension to the .me extension. However, we’re now hearing that the new link may be a fake.

Hentai Haven’s warning: Fake Discord servers

The original Hentai Haven website located at the .org address has posted some warnings about fake Discord servers. The site administrator stated that the only official Discord server for the website is at the .org extension. Hentai Haven’s warning also states that other sites which claim to be the “new” HH or which state that the popular site has moved “are fake and could compromise your security.”

The site administrator also said that the official HH Twitter and Facebook accounts have been restored, so fans can follow updates on the site’s status on both platforms.

Hentai Haven’s warning is just another chapter

For fans of the popular adult website, the last few weeks have been a bit of a roller coaster ride. The website’s administrator initially announced that they were shutting it down without giving very many details except to say that there are now “plenty of options” available now. The move was widely seen as part of a larger effort to crack down on adult content online.

Not long after HH announced that it was shutting down, the website posted a new update saying it was teaming up with FAKKU to save itself. As a result, the reports about the switch from the .org extension to the .me extension seemed plausible. Now it sounds like many fans were quick to check out the new site.

Now’s a good time to check your system

It’s not clear whether the creators of the Hentai Haven at the .me extension had any nefarious plans in mind when they launched the new site or whether anyone who visited the “new” version of the site has experienced any serious problems as a result.

However, based on Hentai Haven’s warning, it’s recommended that users stop visiting all other copies of the website. It would also be a good idea to scan your computer with reputable antivirus software to see whether you may have accidentally picked up any unwanted adware, malware or computer viruses while visiting those other sites.