Chrome has a fairly new "lookalike URL" or "typo squatting" detection feature. The aim is to warn users if they are accidentally going to the wrong URL.
We own two sites (made up version below):
For whatever reason, the URL without the hyphen is our main web URL, and the URL with the hyphen is used for some other things.
Unfortunately when users go to the non-hyphen version, they are warned that it may be a malicious site, and they should go to the one with the hyphen. We own both of them. Does anyone know how we can let Chrome know that they are not lookalikes, so we can avoid this warning? The warning verbiage is below:
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Attackers sometimes mimic sites by making hard-to-see changes to the web address.