A phishing page for Facebook contains a picture with a model Martisha, along with that a message in Arabic saying that after logging in the victim can chat with the women or men.
However, after entering the details, the victim is redirected to the real Facebook login page, while the passwords are automatically sent to the cybercriminals.
Researchers say that this particular phishing website is hosted on servers in Damietta, Egypt.
Protecting against such malicious campaigns is not too difficult, but users have to check the URL address and make sure that it belongs to the legitimate service accessed.
Falling into fake pages can happen by clicking on links in suspicious messages or posts delivered through social networks.
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