A bogus website found to be Impersonating ExpressVPN

The simplest and most efficient approach for users to secure their internet traffic and maintain their privacy online is via a VPN (a virtual private network). Express VPN is a well-known website for offering VPN services and a significant VPN service provider. Hackers occasionally attempt to upload false websites in an effort to deceive users into paying for access to the real website. Such a mission is being carried out by a website that has created a false website of Express VPN. This fraudulent conduct is known as phishing. (The most frequent “hack” used to steal passwords, hijack accounts, and gain unauthorised access to networks is phishing. Instead of being a true hack in the technical sense, it is mostly a social engineering effort. As a result, it is far more difficult to defend against, and even an excellent VPN cannot shield you from it.)

The fake domain was registered on the 16th of august via google domain with a fake domain name i.e, vpn-express-vpn[.]com. Malwarebytes Threat Intelligence gave information about this fake domain through its Twitter handle to make people aware. This fake domain is still working and has not yet been brought down by google which may have an impact on the users of Express VPN.

bogus website

The link for the correct website is https://www.expressvpn.com/

 

 




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