KingPhisher – Hello guy’s In this article I will teach you how to install and use the kingphisher Phishing campaign toolkit on Linux.
What is KingPhisher Toolkit?
King Phisher is a tool for testing and raising user awareness by simulating real phishing attacks. It has an easy-to-use yet highly flexible architecture that allows complete control over both email and server content. King Phisher can be used for simple awareness campaigns. training for more complex scenarios where the content used by the software is provided to collect credentials.
King Phisher should only be used in legitimate applications where expressly permitted by the target organization.
Run multiple phishing campaigns simultaneously
Send an email with embedded images for a more legitimate appearance
Optional Two-Factor authentication
Credential harvesting from landing pages
SMS alerts regarding campaign status
Web page cloning capabilities
Integrated Sender Policy Framework (SPF) checks
Geolocation of phishing visitors
Send an email with calendar invitations
Advantages of kingphisher Toolkit
High level of accuracy
Fast in the clarification process
Provide a clear idea about the effective level of each classifier
Disadvantages of kingphisher Toolkit
A huge number of features
No standard classifiers
Need large email server and high memory requirement
How to install the kingphisher toolkit on Linux?
First, you type the below command to install the kingphisher tool on your Linux system
wget -q https://github.com/securestate/king-phisher/raw/master/tools/install.sh && \sudo bash ./install.sh
This process may take more time depending upon your internet speed so keep a good internet connection
Then click on the Kali Linux logo in the left corner of Linux and find the Kingphisher tool as shown in the image below.
Now click the KingPhisher tool icon to run the tool
How to set up kingPhisher Tool?
First, we need to start the ssh server on a Linux system so type the below command on your terminal
sudo systemctl start ssh.service
After that check, the ssh service start or not
sudo systemctl status ssh.service
Now note the ssh server IP address and port number this will help you to log in to the king phisher tool
Now open the king phisher tool and type the following
server: Your ssh IP address and port number
Username: your Linux username
Password: your Linux password
Once you type the above details click the connect button to connect the ssh server
this is all after you enter the required data to send the phishing email. I hope this article helps you a lot, if you have any questions feel free to ask me in the commands section.