No site is “inherently dangerous”. Your computer is not going to explode by going to any website. Even if it’s a scammer, doesn’t matter. Just go to the website and see what it is. It is totally safe.
What is not safe is allowing applets to run on sites you don’t know, inputing your info into any website you don’t know, or downloading and running stuff from websites you don’t know. Oh, and also using windows / android (half joking, but had to throw that jab in there). In terms of visiting a website, without user action, nothing bad will happen. Even if you visit a scam website.
Browsers have started to throw those annoying warnings because users are mostly stupid. So those that aren’t, need to be treated like they are, apparently. Fiverr does the same, btw - I’ve gotten a message on Fiverr multiple times saying “attachments couldn’t be scanned for viruses, etc.” End result? Doesn’t let me download them all at once, forcing me to spend my time downloading the files one by one. I didn’t ask Fiverr to check the attachments for viruses, nor do I want them to - I trust my system more than I trust theirs anyway. But hey, users are mostly stupid, so we need to put up with bs.
It’s that damn child proof medicine bottle caps bs all over again.