Phishers prosper, largely because so many people take it for granted that they must feed their true passwords from the beginning.
Stop being so naively honest as to start the login with feeding your true password. Instead, enter a fake password and watch what will happen.
You are logged in? — It’s phishing. Report to your security desk.
You see the webpage gone? — It’s phishing. Report to your security desk.
You get rejected? — It does not necessarily mean that it is not phishing, but you would be relatively safer than feeding your true password from the beginning.
You are of the opinion that you would be free of phishing when the password is gone? — You might be interested in this message “Enjoy a Phishing-resistant Life as you enjoy a Pickpocket-resistant Life” https://www.linkedin.com/posts/hitoshikokumai_democracy-privacy-ethics-activity-6983213251115331584-viae
You wish to be on the yet safer side against persistent phishing attacks? — You could refer to this post “Pictorial Presentation of Phishing Detection by Episodic Image Memory” https://www.linkedin.com/posts/hitoshikokumai_detection-of-phishing-by-episodic-image-memory-activity-6769523111428796416-CifR
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