Detecting Phishing Websites using Automation of Human Behavior

@inproceedings{Rao2017DetectingPW,
  title={Detecting Phishing Websites using Automation of Human Behavior},
  author={Routhu Srinivasa Rao and Alwyn Roshan Pais},
  booktitle={CPSS@AsiaCCS},
  year={2017}
}
In this paper, we propose a technique to detect phishing attacks based on behavior of human when exposed to fake website. Some online users submit fake credentials to the login page before submitting their actual credentials. He/She observes the login status of the resulting page to check whether the website is fake or legitimate. We automate the same behavior with our application (FeedPhish) which feeds fake values into login page. If the web page logs in successfully, it is classified as… CONTINUE READING

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