Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by stebenjames, Jul 22, 2017.
is this real or fake?
This is one sophisticated phising attack. It's become better and better and page owners are tricked now more easy.
There is couple things you MUST take attention:
1. No HTTPS (as this picture shows)
2. Domain on link you provided is .support (everyone can register website with domain like this)
3. Forms who wants your password (facebook don't need your password)
Also I see profile who send you message have name "Page Appeal" with facebook logo as profile picture.
Here is screenshot of link you get in your inbox with this details.
Answer on your question: Total fake! Be careful.
I am leaning towards it being fake. Seems like this is happening more and more each day.
@StarX allready mentioned how you see the difference. The really best and only is look at the URL. This is the only you have to look. Anyway this looks like facebook.com, but there is no slash after the .com.
Learn how a URL has to look like and the syntax of a URL. Its always http(s)://(www.)DOMAINNAME.xyz/(...). The important thing is the domain between "//" and the first "/". Nothing else.
Very high quality pishing. Anyway, this is how I like pishings
That looks faker than a $3 bill...
than you everyone
FAKE. Now they are using new tld names!! wow. As @DestinyInfinity and @StarX said it all.
Fake. It's impressive. That domain game though. Most FB users will believe its real.
I was tricked no joke. Even they say it's fake I don't get it until someone pointed out the domain.
Separate names with a comma.