Static Web Injection

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A static web injection, also known as a redirect attack, is a technique used to redirect an infected victims' traffic to a malicious server that hosts a replica of the original website that was requested. When the victim logins into the fake website the credentials will be leveraged to start a session with the real website for the purposes of committing fraud.


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