Unveiling the Dangers - Fake Facebook Page and Suspicious Google Bard AI Support Website

Al Francis
3 min readJun 11, 2023

In the rapidly evolving world of artificial intelligence, cybercriminals are finding new ways to exploit unsuspecting users. Two prevalent methods include the creation of fake Facebook pages and counterfeit Google Bard AI support websites. These malicious actors entice users to visit their platforms, offering the allure of downloadable files that promise enhanced AI capabilities. However, behind this façade lies a trojan threat.

In this blog post, we delve into the risks associated with fake Facebook page and suspicious Google Bard AI support website shedding light on the dangers they pose and providing crucial insights to help you navigate the AI landscape securely.

Fake Facebook Pages — Identifying the Deception

Fake Facebook pages have become a breeding ground for cybercrime, capitalizing on the platform’s immense popularity and trust. These pages closely mimic the appearance of legitimate accounts or renowned brands, making it challenging to distinguish between real and fake.

As of writing the Page Change the Profile pictures 6 Days Ago

The page website is linked to bardaisupport[.]live

Suspicious Google Bard AI Support Websites — Unmasking the Threat

It’s important to note that legitimate Google Bard AI support systems typically do not require downloadable files, making the presence of such downloads a red flag worth investigating.

Domain Registered on June 8, 2023.

The bardaisupport[.]live website requires visitors to Download a RAR file with password: 888

Legit Google Bard Support will be found here: https://support.google.com/bard/#topic=13194540

The RAR File and MSI Files

Upon extracting Bard_AI.rar you will be seeing another filename Bard AI.msi

Unveiling the Trojan’s True Face

To assess the potential threats associated with downloaded files, I uploaded them to Virustotal. In the case of the extracted .MSI file, VirusTotal’s verdict is alarming: it detects the file as a trojan. This confirmation underscores the malicious intent concealed within the seemingly harmless file, emphasizing the critical need for robust cybersecurity practices.


In the ever-expanding realm of artificial intelligence, online vigilance is paramount. Fake Facebook pages and suspicious Google Bard AI support websites serve as cautionary tales, reminding us of the lurking risks behind seemingly genuine online interactions. By staying informed, exercising skepticism, and adopting best practices such as verifying sources and avoiding downloads from untrusted platforms, we can fortify our cybersecurity defenses. Remember, as you traverse the AI landscape, your digital safety rests in your hands. By approaching the virtual world with caution, you can protect yourself from the treacherous traps that lie in wait.



Al Francis

Co-Founder of Kalasag and Project Access Granted Society. A Certified Ethical Hacker,EC-Council Certified Incident Handler and Certified Blockchain Developer.