How To Create A Phishing Email?

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Phishing is one of the oldest and simplest forms of cyber crime. These emails, which typically purport to be from a trustworthy source like your bank or PayPal, attempt to steal your personal information. While phishing may seem harmless enough, it’s one of the most common ways hackers gain access to sensitive data. If you receive an email that you think might be a phishing email, don’t open it. Instead, report it to your email provider and/or security company. In this blog post, we will provide you with tips on how to create a phishing email that will fool even the most discerning user. Armed with these tips, you can protect yourself from all sorts of cyber threats!

What is phishing?

Phishing is the practice of sending email messages with the intent to deceive someone into giving away personal information. Many people think of phishing as a way to obtain passwords or other confidential information, but it can also be used to trick people into opening attachments or clicking on links in an email that takes them to a fake website.

The different types of phishing attacks

Phishing is a type of cyber-attack in which someone manipulates an email message to try and obtain confidential information like login credentials or financial data. There are three main types of phishing attacks: spoofed emails, malicious attachments and pharming scams.

Spoofed emails are the most common form of phishing attack. Spoofed emails look like they are from a trusted source, like your bank or email provider, but actually contain malicious content that can infect your computer. To avoid being targeted by spoofed emails, be suspicious of any random email that you don’t know or trust.

Malicious attachments are another common form of phishing attack. Malicious attachments can appear to be legitimate files like photos or documents, but they may actually contain malware that will infect your computer if you open them. Be especially careful of emails that ask you to open files from unknown sources. Always scan any file before you open it, and never click on links in unsolicited email messages.

Pharming scams involve attackers sending bogus online offers that look like they come from popular brands like PayPal or Amazon. These scams typically involve fake websites that look legitimate but steal your personal information before asking for your money. Be cautious about any offers that require you to input your login credentials or other sensitive information. always verify the legitimacy of websites before giving them any personal information.

How to create a phishing email?

To create a phishing email, you will need a template and some basic information.

The template should look something like this:

You will also need to gather some basic information about the person you are targeting.

For example, if you are trying to phish someone’s bank account number, you would need their full name and address.

What to include in a phishing email?

When creating a phishing email, it is important to provide the recipient with a believable opening that will bait them into clicking on a link. Some common openings include:

  •  “Hi! Your login information has not been updated recently. Please follow these simple steps to update your login information…”
  •  “Hello! You have new messages in your Inbox.”
  •  “Hi! Congratulations on your new job! To access your account details, please enter your login information below.”
  •  “Please enter your password below to continue.”

How to send a phishing email?

Step 1: Choose an Email Template

The first step in creating a phishing email is to choose an email template. There are plenty of free templates available online, or you can create your own using a text editor. The key factor is to make the template as realistic and familiar as possible. For example, if you’re trying to target a company’s employees, use an email that looks like it was sent from the company’s official email address.

Step 2: Configure the Email Address

Next, configure the email address. This will be the address that your recipients will see in their inboxes. You’ll need the recipient’s name, organization name, and domain (if applicable). Note that some domain names include http:// in their addresses (for example,, so be sure to remove these characters before entering your recipient’s information into the form below.

Step 3: Add Your Message

Now add your message. This should be a convincing pretext for why someone should open the attached file or click on a link in the email. Try to create a message that sounds natural and plausible, rather than trying to appear clever or sophisticated. For example, if you’re targeting employees of a company, use messages that reflect what they would likely be talking about at work (for example, discussion about upcoming projects).

What to do if someone clicks on your phishing email?

If someone clicks on your phishing email, you need to take action immediately. There are a few things you can do to protect yourself:

  1. Remove the attachment from the email.
  2. Disable JavaScript in your browser.
  3. Block the email address from future messages.

How to make your phishing email look like an official email?

To create a phishing email that looks like an official email, you will need to gather some information about the target. This could include their name, company name, and other personal information. Next, you will need to create a template for your email. The template will include information such as the sender’s name and contact information. Finally, you will need to fill in the details of the email. This could include the target’s login credentials or other sensitive information.


Phishing emails are one of the most commonly used scams in the world. They’re designed to steal your login information, bank details, and even your identity. In this article, we’ll show you how to create a phishing email that is sure to fool anyone who opens it. By following these simple steps, you can create an email that looks like it comes from a trusted source and steals your data without them even knowing it!

Mark Funk
Mark Funk is an experienced information security specialist who works with enterprises to mature and improve their enterprise security programs. Previously, he worked as a security news reporter.