Awareness / Data Entered in Form
If a user enters their login data into a phishing form, they can become a victim of identity theft. The attacker can use the stolen information to gain access to the user's accounts, access personal data, or commit other fraudulent activities. The user may also become a victim of financial fraud, such as unauthorized charges or stolen funds.
The main risk associated with entering login data into a phishing form is that the user's login credentials can be stolen and used to access the user's accounts, personal data, or other sensitive information. This can lead to identity theft, financial fraud, or other malicious activities.
The best way to avoid becoming a victim of phishing is to be cautious when entering personal information online. Always verify a website’s security before entering any login credentials or personal information. Additionally, it is a good idea to use two-factor authentication whenever possible, as this provides an extra layer of security. Finally, users should be aware of common phishing tactics and be cautious of any unexpected emails or messages requesting personal information. A training for this should include information about common phishing tactics and how to identify them, the risks associated with entering login data into a phishing form, and the best practices for avoiding becoming a victim.