Standard Phishing Payload Using kdialog - Linux

Standard Phishing Payload Using kdialog - Linux
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Title: Standard Phishing Payload Using kdialog - Linux
Author: Aleff

A script used to exfiltrate some input by a popup phishing based on linux systems using kdialog.

Phishing is a popular technique for gaining access to a target. Generally, phishing is a digitally delivered social engineering method. Phishing techniques may use a wide net, or specifically target one role or individual — known as spearphishing. Many phishing campaigns involve tricking a target into divulging confidential information, such as by mimicking a known-trusted source — be it a website or person. See all phishing payloads.

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