- n. A person who engages in phishing.
- phish + -er (Wiktionary)
“In reality, it was a "phisher," which is someone who sends messages trying to fool e-mailers into divulging passwords and other personal information.”
“phisher" sets up a look-alike website (of a bank, for example) and sends out legitimate looking emails to lure in victims.”
“You could get this from an email or from visiting websites which are often phisher sites made to look like the real thing.”
“Did the couple accidentally give their data to a phisher?”
“This is the text message some spammer/phisher sent to my cell phone today.”
“In those cases it would be possible for the phisher to send out direct messages on your behalf which could trick your followers.”
“How long until a phisher knocks up a copy of the P2Plawsuit. com online settlement page and starts intimidating people into paying up?”
“That way if a phisher hacked your site (happened to me) and then spammed everyone a fake bank link that goes there it will stop it immediately”
“And speaking of phishing tricks - here's another one in which a phisher imitates the Canada Revenue Agency Canadians duped by tax refund scam, Computer World Canada Jan 19”
“Advice on how not to be taken in by a phisher trying to get access to your financial accounts or trick you out of money.”
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