SocialFish is a script written to create phishing pages. It is a very simple way to hack user pages on social networks. The script is written in the Python programming language and is very easy to customize for any phishing page creation needs. All you need to add is a selection element in the code itself and the page you want to use. This is very easy to do, just go to the desired page, copy the source code and paste it into the pre-created index.html file.
Phishing is a computer hacking technique used on the Internet. Phishing attacks require the creation of an identical login page as the official site, with login fields such as username and password stored in the server logs.
Ngrok is secure introspective tunnels using the localhost web development and debugging tool. It’s used in the SocialFish script, so you don’t have to buy hosting and throw your site there. You have to understand that the URL of the page will not look good, so you have to think about it and use social engineering. Considering that not many people have heard of ngrok – it won’t be hard.
Dependencies and use of SocialFish
For the script to work properly, you need to install the following components:
– Python 3.x
– wget from Python 3.x
– huepy from Python 3.x
SocialFish has been tested on the following operating systems:
– Kali Linux – Rolling Edition
– Linux Mint – 18.3 Sylvia
– Ubuntu – 16.04.3 LTS
– MacOS High Sierra
Note! If you are using Kali Linux, just run the update and all dependencies will be installed automatically.
Note! If you’re using Windows 10, you don’t need to install Kali Linux separately, as you can install Kali Linux on Windows 10 in a couple of clicks. It won’t take long, and given that you don’t need a graphical shell to run the script, everything will be convenient and easy.
To install a phishing script, simply copy and paste the following command into the terminal:
git clone https://github.com/UndeadSec/SocialFish.git
After downloading, run the following commands to start:
cd SocialFish sudo apt-get install python3-pip -y sudo pip3 install -r requirements.txt python3 SocialFish.py
This is a list of available pages to use, but keep in mind that these are not all possible options and you can easily add the page you want by editing the code.
- Traditional Facebook login page.
- Traditional Google login page.
- Traditional LinkedIn login page.
- Traditional GitHub login page.
- Traditional Stackoverflow login page.
- Similar WordPress login page.
- Traditional Twitter login page.
- Traditional Instagram login page.
- Traditional Snapchat login page.
- Traditional VK login page.
- Traditional Steam login page.