I've looked at this, and the file that the link downloads. And, although it does spoof the MajorGeeks page the file it downloads does not appear malicious. That doesn't mean that it isn't freshly encrypted or downloads a payload afterwards...
The link itself appears to be a legit banner that supports the MajorGeeks upkeep. The application (whilst very low rated) is legitimate.
That said, the product (being a registry cleaner/system hacker) is a living nightmare, and anyone with serious problems will find this program will likely destroy their OS.
The tactic itself, by creating a spoofed page where every link downloads the application, speaks volumes about how good the software is and the marketing tactics of developer.
Thanks for pointing this nasty out