Have you ever wanted to see if your friends would fall for phishing?

For this purpose, I have just created a website that you can link to instead of a harmful, real phishing site. warns the user that he/she has just almost become a phishing victim.

⚠️ pixelcode.codeberg.page/phishw

Of course, PhishWarn is completely harmless! Also, it's and its source code can be found on @codeberg, by the way: codeberg.org/pixelcode/pages/s

@pixelcode I thought it would randomize URLs or something like that to make it seem legit. I guess you could just use a link shortener?

@mattheus Well, 's purpose is replacing an actual phishing website. If you want to test your friends, you would for example create a phishing e-mail yourself and link to PhishWarn.


Your Amazon account will be banned in 48 hours due to security concerns. To prevent this, log in to your account and validate your personal information.

[Validate personal info](pixelcode.codeberg.page/phishw)


@mattheus (The link could for example be a button or just a regular HTML link.)

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