The Internet has become so inundated with b*llshit that it’s increasingly difficult for users to discern which articles are real and which are fake. Some are even arguing that the abundance of “click-bait” articles floating around assisted in president-elect Donald Trump’s victory.

Click-bait is described as “content, especially that of a sensational or provocative nature, whose main purpose is to attract attention and draw visitors to a particular web page.” You’ll come across content like this almost exclusively on social media. Thank you, Mark Zuckerburg. These click-bait articles feature headlines which read like this: “Think This is Just A Normal Shed? Just Wait Until You See What’s Inside” or “All She Did Was Drag Her Plate Across The Pool. What Happened Next Blew My Mind.” It’s pretty f*cking ridiculous and yet the folks behind websites like these are making revenue preying on human curiosity. That’s our bad, not theirs.

However, there are several dozens websites using human curiosities coupled with ideological views to peddle misleading and false information. And exacerbating the situation is that these websites are passing themselves off as legit websites. Take for instance abcnews.com.co which, to an uninitiated Internet users, looks like the real ABC News website. They publish false stories like “President Obama Signs Executive Order Banning National Anthem At All Sporting Events Nationwide”, which then go viral on Facebook after right-wing folk share the article amongst themselves. Facebook is promising to crackdown on this variety of social sharing by banning some of the websites where articles like these live.

However, you can be ahead of the curve thanks to Melissa Zimdars, an assistant professor of communication & media at Merrimack. She’s complied a lengthy list of some the websites she’s classifies as “False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and Satirical.” You can read the entire list below, but some of the suspects you may recognize right away include AmericanNews.com, Bipartisan Report, The Blaze, Red State, DrudgeReport.com.co, Occupy Democrats, MSNBC.com.co and even Upworthy.

To see the entire list, click here.