Experimental Case Studies for Investigating E-Banking Phishing Techniques and Attack Strategies

@article{Aburrous2010ExperimentalCS,
  title={Experimental Case Studies for Investigating E-Banking Phishing Techniques and Attack Strategies},
  author={Maher Ragheb Aburrous and M. Alamgir Hossain and Keshav P. Dahal and Fadi A. Thabtah},
  journal={Cognitive Computation},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={242-253}
}
Phishing is a form of electronic identity theft in which a combination of social engineering and Web site spoofing techniques is used to trick a user into revealing confidential information with economic value. The problem of social engineering attack is that there is no single solution to eliminate it completely, since it deals largely with the human factor. This is why implementing empirical experiments is very crucial in order to study and to analyze all malicious and deceiving phishing Web… CONTINUE READING
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