Waste Flooding: A Phishing Retaliation Tool

  title={Waste Flooding: A Phishing Retaliation Tool},
  author={Cristoffer Leite and Jo{\~a}o Jos{\'e} Costa Gondim and Priscila A. Sol{\'i}s Barreto and Eduardo Ad{\'i}lio Pelinson Alchieri},
  journal={2019 IEEE 18th International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications (NCA)},
Phishing is a well known attack technique that is still a growing threat in the security area. The Internet popularity and the always connected users increased phishing possibilities by giving attackers new instruments and allowing closer contact to their focus. By applying social engineering methods, phishing thrives on misinformation and because of this, current main phishing response methods focus only on educating users or blocking phishing attempts, without any response to derail the… 

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