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Hacking Login Information : Introduction to Phishing

By Ajay Verma - Sunday, 16 February 2014 No Comments
Phishing is the process of stealing sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords,
and bank information, by pretending to be someone you’re not. An example of this would be if you receive
and e-mail from someone pretending to be your bank. In this e-mail, it might tell you that you need to update
your account before it expires, and then the hacker provides a link. Once you click on the link, you arrive at
a website that looks exactly like your actual bank page. In reality it’s just a perfect replica, and when you input your login details, it sends it to the hackers email or stores it on his web server. Hackers that create the best, most deceiving phishing web pages are knowledgeable in the area of HTML and the PHP programming.

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