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Many Phishing Scams Found Please Help

Post by FreedomFighter » Sun May 27, 2018 5:38 pm

Can someone with awesome skills do something about these highly ranked phishing scams? They are dominating SERPS and if you just read the copy on the sites you can see they are all machine generated.

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https://www.xblarea.com/ 
https://www.psncore.com/ 
https://www.icodespot.com/ 
https://www.psnarea.com/ 
https://www.psnspace.com/ 
https://www.psnhero.com/

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Post by Myxt » Mon May 28, 2018 9:11 am

"Phishing" is a "wolf in sheep's clothing": attempting to steal visitors' credentials by designing a web asset to resemble a known brand. Because two of the sites you listed don't do that, I didn't bother to look at the rest.

A lot of sites use "keyword-stuffing" for search rank: they simply load a pile of related singular, plural, and misspelled words and recombinant phrases - usually just for their areas of focus - hoping to appear in your SERPs. However, if you are searching for "apples", and they coded for "elephants", they would not dominate your SERPs. But they didn't; you can try it yourself:
Google> elephants site:icodespot.com

As you can see, there is no dominance for "elephants", not even a single hit, on that site. This in turn posed a question about the nature of your search query; so I simply checked to see what these sites offer, e.g.:
Google> site:icodespot.com

Clearly these sites offer their visitors the fruits of intellectual property theft. That's not phishing; that's piracy. They claim you get free stuff but you always pay for free stuff some way, either with your personal information or by doing them some favor such as advertising their site, thus temporarily boosting their search rank. That's misleading ("free" is the bait) and/or spamming, but it isn't phishing - they don't load sign-in pages resembling those of Apple or Microsoft.

And they actually announce that they are pirates, sticking it to The Man, instead of pretending to be The Man.

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