I have had about 10 Facebook accounts (out of 45) from my FaceDominator campaigns just become temporarily locked due to the following error message, indicating that it was detected "as a result of entering your password on a website designed to look like Facebook" (phishing). My activities have been very minimal (few likes, comment and a share per day - no spam or monetisation), the accounts have been running for a few months. I'll be unable to get the accounts back most likely as the only verification option is getting a text to the mobile number they were signed up with, which I don't have access to. I haven't had this as an issue for blocking before and I am wondering if this is due to my activities or if it is possibly due to something with the FaceDominator software that led Facebook to see it as a bot signing in? It made me curious. I had a version that was from 10 October, and they released an update on the 6th which I hadn't applied yet. But if it's not to do with the software then I'd like to work out what I might be doing wrong. Thanks kindly This was the error message: "Your Account is Temporarily Locked We’ve detected suspicious activity on your Facebook account and have temporarily locked it as a security precaution. It’s likely that your account was compromised as a result of entering your password on a website designed to look like Facebook. This type of attack is known as phishing. Learn more in the Help Center. Over the next few steps we’ll walk you through a security check to help secure your account, and let you log back in."