Tutorials on Ethical Hacking:
Phishing is an attempt to get sensitive information and identity, such as credit card numbers (used for online purchases or e-marketing—indirect money), usernames, and passwords (while using a personal email account or other social networking sites).
Phishing is a type of social engineering assault that is frequently used to obtain sensitive information from users, such as login credentials and credit card details. It happens when a hacker poses as a trustworthy entity and convinces a victim to open an email, instant message, or text message.
Phishing occurs when a victim responds to a phoney email demanding immediate action. In a phishing email, you might be asked to do things like: An attachment is selected by clicking it. In a Word document, enable macros.
Phishing Comes in a Variety of Forms:
Spear Phishing is a type of phishing attack that targets a specific
Phishing via email.
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