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A Website That Offers A Phishing-As-A-Service Platform Emerged

Phishing Phishing activities are on the rise. All those aspiring to steal login details for different websites can do it quickly and easily through a phishing-as-a-service platform called Fake-Game that has recently emerged. The platform is said to be a successful online site for those people who are interested in getting login credentials for various online accounts through phishing.
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