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Author: Cássio Lima Last Updated: July 18, 2012

1. What is phishing?

It is a kind of denial of service attack.
It is a technique used by a bad-intentioned person in order to get user information such as credit card numbers, passwords, banking account info or any other private information by convincing the user to give them under deceiving reasons.
It is a technique used to capture packets on a network.
It is a spyware.
None of the above.


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