this seems to be an automated assessment. Maildrop.cc is just an incoming throwaway mailbox -- users cannot send messages, so it is not clear where the rating came from. It is, of course, possible a user found a phishing e-mail in their temporary mailbox. I used this service last in June or so.
This seems to be a functional screenshot of what is probably scareware. The two pieces of malware identified - rootkit.sirefef.spy and trojan.fakeav-download are real. The pop up does not seem to come from the resident AV and does not identify itself. Further, when you attempt to close the page, it "resists."