N/APosted on - 12/23/2014
What is a phishing kit? What are its contents? What is the use of such a kit and what is it used for? Who would possibly sell such kits and to whom? How would I know if I see a phishing kit? What could I do to protect myself from such attacks?
How can I identify a phising kit when I spot one?
Phishing are ZIP files containing the html or image files that a cybercriminal needs to launch a phishing site. Most phishing sites are created by uploading and unpacking a phishing kit.
Here are same ways what to do if you are attacked:
1. The email address of your attacker.
2. The number of sites created using the same phishing kit.
3. The IP Address used to launch phishing attacks.
4. The location of your attacker by using the email addresses provided in the phishing kits.