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. #PhishWarn warns the user that he/she has just almost become a phishing victim.
Of course, PhishWarn is completely harmless! Also, it's #FOSS and its source code can be found on @codeberg, by the way: https://codeberg.org/pixelcode/pages/src/branch/master/phishwarn
@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?
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@pixelcode I think I'll try it out on some friends. One without the shortner and one with. Maybe you should have a section where you go over how likely it is a less knowledgeable person would fall for it. You're not going to get enough people for it to be very scientific, but it would still be nice.
@mattheus Well, yes, this is just a first draft. I'll add some text about how to spot phishing, what to do if it's too late, how to do prevention etc. in the future.
(I'm open for suggestions btw 😉)
@pixelcode when you're done with all that, I'll be sure to make an article, maybe even a video, including/about PhishWarn and put it on my website.
@pixelcode my website is pogchamp.xyz and I put my videos up on LBRY (link's on my site). It may be uh a few months after you finish cause my schedule is whack, but I'll do my best to remember.
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