Phishing is the technique to create similar type of web-page of the existing web-page. Phishing is a type of attack where the intruders disguising as trustworthy agents attempt to gain your personal information such as passwords, credit card numbers or any other information.
Steps to Create Facebook Phishing Page:
- Open facebook login page in your browser.
- Press ctrl+U to find source code.
- Copy whole source code and create a PHP file (
index.php) and paste it.
- Now, search for string
methode="POST", it will give you two results first for login and second for register.
- Next, replace the action file name as “xyz.php” in the login form.
- Now create a file “xyz.php” and “log.txt” and paste below code in “xyz.php”.
File name: xyz.php
// Set the location to redirect the page
// Open the text file in writing mode
- Now you are done, share the page and if anyone will enter username and password then it will save into
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