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There is a malicious agent who is creating crude fake versions of my employer's website. Even if they made a really bad copy there are still people falling for it. And nothing prevents them from setting up different and better versions.

What we currently do is:

Is there anything that we can do to reduce the risk?

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  • What "people" are falling for it? – schroeder Sep 23 at 15:03
  • There are many places to report phishing URLs so that they make it to phishing blacklists. – schroeder Sep 23 at 15:04
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    Report to the domain registrar, and the hosting provider. They are usually helpful. – ThoriumBR Sep 23 at 15:08
  • This doesn't look like a security issue or even a phishing issue. Someone is just copying your site. – schroeder Sep 23 at 15:09
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    Welcome to Webmasters! This is a very serious issue. If this was my company, my attorney would be on it already. I suggest that your employer contact an attorney immediately. This is not simply a one faceted issue. This is outright and intentional theft in a whole host of ways. This question may be better suited on law.stackexchange.com. We are not lawyers here. They would have a better idea of what legal rights and options you have. Cheers!! – closetnoc Sep 23 at 15:20

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