PhishX is a python tool that can capture user credentials using a spear phishing attack.
Since PhishX is used to capture user's credentials, the tool generates fake pages and adds target information to said pages. The pages are shared with the target users. If the users share any data on the fake pages, the information is captured by the interface on the attacker's machine.
The pages that can be used (cloned) for spear phishing attack include Facebook, Google, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Quora, and Steam. All the available pages support the mobile version except LinkedIn.
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