Forum Thread: Masking/Obscure URL, SE-Attack

I've got a webpage set up.
I need it to look just a little more legit, hence i need the URL to look more legit.

Victim not in local LAN - so i'm not doing a MitM attack and so DNS spoofing (unless you can do that remotely, without exploiting the system, which is a osx btw) is not an option.

I've been looking into hexadecimals and it looks great - however, it's detected by literally all browsers as a phishing site.

Is there a way to make the URL look legit - or a way to spoof the browsers from detecting the obscured one with hexadecimals?

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Im not a friend of pinishing attacks but try to Shorten the URL and see if it will work normally.

Hacked by Mr_Nakup3nda

The shortening url looks very suspicious, but thank you for the reply!

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