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How to bypass "DECEPTIVE SITE AHEAD" from Google Safe Browsing?

by /u/This-is-the-last-straw · 1 votes · 1 week ago

Hi, I made a phishing site with a name very similar to the original, obviously I got this browser alert when I went to see my fake website.

I plan to "request a review to Google" (as I read somewhere) but I want to be sure my website will be accepted and to not have to ask new requests again and again.

I removed my phishing codes (my script on html + my .PHP file).

I also updated my SSL certificate, now I'm https secured.

Logically, I should be "accepted". But I have some doubts because of the similar name, of course.

Do you guys have already had that problem? Is there a way/a trick to bypass that?

It's frustrating because I found a really good Offshore host who totally doesn't care about that and told me he won't suspend me + I made a perfect copy of the full website (worked for months on it), my phishing idea is really elaborated and I plan to do my big phishing campaign ONLY for 24-48H max. (because I know I'll be reported quickly obviously).

But that stupid Browser Alert risks to ruin everything!

So please help me guys.


Comments (6)
/u/HomeMason33 · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

same as you, they recommended me to add robots.txt to my phishing page in the backend.

They also recommended me to include metadata to avoid google crawlers. Finally, what you are going to do to index your page with Google is the least recommended but the easiest thing to do.

I would also like a host that doesn't care if it is reported for hosting fake pages (pass me the contact haha)

I think that your page can last more than 48 hours, and that you are worrying too much.

First they will report your page to your host and then if they don't pay attention they will report the host. And it will be investigated by the authorities.

It's good to meet people with the same goal. good luck on your phishing

/u/This-is-the-last-straw OP · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link


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/u/This-is-the-last-straw OP · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

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/u/MrLivian · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

use hacked Cpanel...and subdomain to host your website ...

and you will no longer will get the deceptive alert...for a while...

after some complains ...also that will go deceptive ...

New registered domains have by default this problem.... for few months ago! Even legit new created website have by default deceptive alert

Stay Safe

/u/This-is-the-last-straw OP · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

ok thank you bro