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25 Facebook phishing sites revealed

altResearchers at Security Web-Center listed 25 websites that Facebook users should not visit. These are fake sites that steal usernames and passwords from prospective victims.

“Please Don’t Try to login on listed websites,” they said. The 25 sites include:

  1. http://crossfirefrance.fr/
  2. http://www.sanagustinturismo.co/Facebook/
  3. http://www.facebook.pcriot.com/login.php
  4. http://deadlyplayerx.binhoster.com/Facebook/securelogin.php
  5. http://facelook.shop.co/
  6. http://sigininto.horizon-host.com/facbook/facebook.php
  7. http://custom-facebook.info/facebook.htm
  8. http://www.profile.co.gp/facebook
  9. http://s6.mywibes.com/facebook.htm
  10. http://www.fjtech.us/
  11. http://myoneid.site90.com/
  12. http://facedook.co.gp/wwwfacebookcomprofilephpid100001548737188.htm
  13. http://faceebook-com.bugs3.com/login/Secured_Re-login/index1.html
  14. http://facebooook.axfree.com/
  15. http://combatarms.free.fr/
  16. http://sweed.web44.net/
  17. http://thekshitij.in/facebook/index1.html
  18. http://addgames.awardspace.biz/
  19. http://www.profile.co.gp/facebook/
  20. http://www.sjscheat.com/Hosting%20blogger/facebook
  21. http://h1.ripway.com/denal/
  22. http://1337r00t.13.ohost.de/r00tw00tkn00wn/
  23. http://faacebok.zapto.org/
  24. http://h4ck3rgadungan.adfoo.info/index1.html
  25. http://www.2498.b.hostable.me/

The researchers suggest those who may have exposed their personal information to these and other unauthorized sites should:

  •  Change all of their passwords that were exposed.
  •  Contact the institution that was spoofed.
  •  Tell them that their personal information has been exposed.
  •  Ask those institutions to cancel any of their accounts that got affected.

 

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