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Phishing is a type of cyber-attack where attackers trick individuals into providing sensitive information such as passwords, credit card numbers, and other personal information. They do this through emails, text messages, or phone calls that appear to be from legitimate and trustworthy sources.

Email Phishing

This is the most common type of phishing attack. Attackers send emails that appear to be from legitimate sources, such as banks, social media platforms, or online retailers, asking for personal information or directing recipients to click on a link that leads to a fraudulent website.

Spear Phishing

This type of phishing attack targets specific individuals or organizations with personalized messages. The attackers use the victim’s personal information, such as their name, position, or other relevant data, to gain their trust and convince them to share sensitive information.


Smishing is a phishing attack that uses text messages to target victims. Attackers use short messages that contain links to fraudulent websites or ask for personal information.


Vishing is a phishing attack that uses voice calls to target victims. The attackers pretend to be from legitimate organizations, such as banks or government agencies, and ask for personal information or instruct the victim to perform specific actions, such as downloading software or visiting a website.

How to avoid Phishing attempts!

Use the slider to navigate ways to protect yourself against phishing attempts of any kind!

Be wary of unsolicited emails, text messages, or phone calls asking for personal information.

Verify the sender's identity before clicking on any links or downloading attachments.

Check the URL of any website before entering personal information. Make sure it's secure with "https" and has a lock icon in the address bar.

Use strong and unique passwords for all your online accounts.

Keep your computer and mobile devices up-to-date with the latest security patches and software updates.

Install anti-virus software and firewalls to protect against malware and other malicious software.