Phishing Websites Detection Based on Phishing Characteristics in the Webpage Source Code

Provided by: IRPN Press
Topic: Security
Format: PDF
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the international standards organization for the World Wide Web (www). It develops standards, specifications and recommendations to enhance the interoperability and maximize consensus about the content of the web and define major parts of what makes the World Wide Web work. Phishing is a type of Internet scams that seeks to get a user's credentials by fraud websites, such as passwords, credit card numbers, bank account details and other sensitive information. There are some characteristics in webpage source code that distinguish phishing websites from legitimate websites and violate the w3c standards, so the authors can detect the phishing attacks by check the webpage and search for these characteristics in the source code file if it exists or not.

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