sounds like your browser is infected with malware but it could also be one of the systems between you and Adobe forum (like a school proxy) that has the malware so the normal rule is to try another browser first then try moving to a new location to see if you get the same results.
p.s, don't see what google has to do with this
p.s. I searched the web for "fake.domain.adobe.com/?de..." using Google. "I Googled it" or "Try Googling it" is a very common way to suggest using Google to try and find an answer. It's an American phrase. And no malware was present on the equipment, and i run a VPN.
But thank you! for taking the time to answer my question! I appreciate your help.
I had the same issue today. Brand new iPad pro. Downloaded adobe sketch and did the forgot password and it gave me the same message after I changed the password. Led to the same address that als3rd mentioned.
However, everything else was working normally. Updated my phone and did verification. And logged in with the changed password - although I wasn't immediately able to do so.
Should I be concerned?
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Set up two-factor authentication on your Adobe and other key accounts just to be sure. You can do this through your account settings via a browser or with Adobe support.