Gizmodo: Facebook’s New Tool Outs Phishing Sites Posing as ‘Secure’

Gizmodo: Facebook’s New Tool Outs Phishing Sites Posing as ‘Secure’. “Phishing attacks, which sucker unsuspecting users into clicking malicious links or giving up their login credentials, often rely on domain names that appear similar to a site they’re trying to imitate. For example, an attacker might register a domain like faceb00k[.]com and use it to steal users’ Facebook credentials. Unless a user is carefully examining the link, they might not notice that the O’s have been replaced with zeros…. It’s a problem that Facebook wants to fight—and so Facebook is launching a new tool today to help developers protect their domains.”