A novel anti-phishing framework based on honeypots

  title={A novel anti-phishing framework based on honeypots},
  author={Shujun Li and Roland Schmitz},
  journal={2009 eCrime Researchers Summit},
As a powerful anti-phishing tool, honeypots have been widely used by security service providers and financial institutes to collect phishing mails, so that new phishing sites can be earlier detected and quickly shut down. Another popular use of honeypots is to collect useful information about phishers' activities, which is used to make various kinds of statistics for the purposes of research and forensics. Recently, it has also been proposed to actively feed phishers with honeytokens. 
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