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Phishing Facebook Website: www .crazfuns. com

Comments / Questions: 6
Phishing Facebook Website: www .crazfuns. com

The website 'www .crazfuns. com" is a phishing or fake Facebook website. The website was designed to steal your Facebook user name and password, by taking you to a fake Facebook login page and asking you to sign in. If you asked to click on a link to this website to sign into your Facebook account, please do not.

This is how the website looks:


If you receive any Facebook post, Tweet (Twitter), or an email with the message:
"Jose visit ->www .crazfuns. com<- i seen u in thiis viddeeo. Salvador why are you in thiss vviddeoo, searrch ur name ->www .crazfuns. com", please do not follow the instructions or click on any links in the post or message.

Clicking on the post or message will take you to the website www.crazfuns .com, which will then take you to the Facebook phishing web page: www.fiziboukzz .com.

If you enter your Facebook user name and password on this bogus web page it will be sent to the hackers or scammers behind this phishing web page. With access to your Facebook account, these cybercriminal criminals will use your Facebook account to send spam, malicious content or links to all your Facebook friends.

Now, if you have already entered your Facebook credentials on this phishing Facebook web page, please change your Facebook password right now. You can click here to change it.

So, never click on a link to sign into your Facebook account. Always go directly to by typing the website name "" in your web browser address bar and pressing the "Enter" key or "Go" button.

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  • Posted: Aug 16, 2013 by info

    Change your Facebook password.

  • Posted: Aug 16, 2013 by an anonymous user from: New York, United States

    Someone just commented on my status randomly and said one of the things that were listed. What do I do?

  • Posted: Aug 15, 2013 by an anonymous user from: United States

    Thank you...

  • Posted: Aug 14, 2013 by info

    Cybercriminals have been creating phishing websites like the one in this article for a few years now.

    You can protect yourself against these phishing scams by ensuring that you are on a legitimate website instead of a fake, by looking at your browser address bar.

    For example:
    If you are asked to sign into and the website address in your web browser address bar has "", this clearly shows that you are not on but some some fake website trying to trick you into believing that you are on

  • Posted: Aug 14, 2013 by an anonymous user from: Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States

    How long has this been going on , and how do you protect yourself against these hackers

  • Posted: Aug 14, 2013 by an anonymous user from: United States

    Okay so if someone has done this to me already how do i remove from this bogus facebook account.