How NOT To Do Phishing Attacks (Part 2)

Apparently, my email address got into some kind of phishing database and therefore the article “How NOT to do phishing attacks” will now have a sequel.

I was again sent a phishing email and again in 5 minutes I found a grid of phishing sites, downloaded scripts for phishing (already different) and found the passwords of other victims. For this reason, so that the passwords of these people do not get further, I will partially gloss over the screenshots.

So the letter:


How it all started, check the below link!

First part here: Someone tried hacking your email pass? How NOT to do phishing attacks (STORY) 😁


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