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Deceptive Online Attacks.


What Is Phishing?

Phishing is a type of online scam where an attacker tries to trick individuals into giving away their sensitive information, such as usernames, passwords, credit card details, and bank account numbers. The attacker typically uses emails, text messages, or other forms of electronic communication that appear to come from a legitimate source, such as a bank or a reputable company.

Phishing attacks often use tactics such as creating a sense of urgency, using a fake sense of authority or trust, or impersonating someone the victim knows or trusts. The attacker may also use social engineering tactics to trick the victim into clicking on a link or downloading a file that contains malware, which can compromise the victim's device or network.

Phishing attacks are a common form of cybercrime, and they can have serious consequences, such as financial loss or identity theft.

To protect against phishing, individuals should be cautious about clicking on links or downloading attachments from unknown sources and should always verify the authenticity of a website or communication before entering any sensitive information.

New phishing attacks daily:
Types of phishing

How to protect yourself?

In order to better understand where to expect the threat, read what types of phishing exist, here are some of them:

Identity Theft

Stealing personal info for financial gain.
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SPAM & Phishing via email

Fraudulent emails tricking for information.
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SMS Phishing

Deceptive texts seeking personal information.
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Social Phishing

Tricking people to share information in social networks.
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History of Phishing

Phishing may be widespread and well-known now, but it was not always the case. The origins of this practice date back to around 1995, but it took almost a decade for the general public to become aware of such scams.

Despite not being widely known, phishing was still a significant threat from its inception. It is important to understand the history of phishing to avoid becoming a victim of such scams.

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