Chrome and Firefox Phishing Attack Uses Domains Identical to Known Safe Sites https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2017/04/chrome-firefox-unicode-phishing/
This variant of a phishing attack uses unicode to register domains that
look identical to real domains. These fake domains can be used in phishing
attacks to fool users into signing into a fake website, thereby handing
over their login credentials to an attacker.
This affects the current version of Chrome browser, which is version
57.0.2987 and the current version of Firefox, which is version 52.0.2.
This does not affect Internet Explorer or Safari browsers.
As you can see both of these domains appear identical in the browser but
they are completely different websites. One of them was registered by us,
today. Our epic.com domain is actually the domain
https://xn--e1awd7f.com/ but it appears in Chrome and Firefox as epic.com.