URL Obfuscation

An obfuscated URL, also known as a hyperlink trick, is a type of attack where the URL has been obfuscated or concealed to encourage the user to click-through to a spoof Web site rather than the intended destination.

Obfuscated URLs are one of the techniques used in a phishing attack. The spoof site is often an identical clone of the original one and the aim is to trick users into divulging login and other personal information.

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