Some sneaky, or not so sneaky person as sent you to a website called "appsplot.com".
This website uses a technic called "click jacking" to intercept your mouse clicks and display "splotches" over top of the actual webpage your trying to view.
Click jacking isn't just useful for having a bit of fun, careful use of clickjacking can be used to steal your login and password, or maybe even your credit card details!
Like all forms of phishing the way to stay safe is to pay attention to your URL bar. If you look carefully, you'll see that URL includes appsplot.com. Even though the title and faviroute icon match, it's still not the site you where expecting!
Click jacking is an up coming treat, yet has gotten very little attention. This site is a playful attempt at raising awareness of this technic and hopefully make it less effective. The more people who know about this issue, the better.
Plus I also wanted to cover www.google.com in all splotches when bored and to impress my friends. (My friends are kinda nerdy like me.)
This website was created by Tim 'mithro' Ansell. You can find his blog at blog.mithis.com, can follow him on twitter at @mithro, or email him at email@example.com.
A big thankyou is also due to Cory Schires who made the jQuery Splatter Plugin which does the hard work of creating the splats.
Code for this project can be found at github.com/mithro/appsplot.git.