MaskPhish is not a Phishing application. It’s simply a proof-of-concept for “URL Making Technology.” It is a simple Bash script that hides a phishing URL behind a legitimate URL (google.com or facebook.com).
We can use this tool on both linux and termux devices and this tool is very easy to use.
What is maskphish?
Maskphish is a simple script that hides a phishing URL behind a normal-looking URL (for example, google.com or facebook.com).
This tool has been tested on three devices given below,
How to install maskphish on termux?
Since this tool is integrated with bash script, there is no need to install this tool instead we can easily run direct with the help of terminal.
Step 1: To begin downloading this utility, run the following command into your termux terminal and click the enter button. By doing so, the utility will be downloaded in a split second.
git clone https://github.com/jaykali/maskphish.git
Step 2: After downloading this program, change your directory to the mask-phish tool directory by typing the following command into your terminal.
Step 3: To launch this tool in your termux terminal, use the command below.
That’s all there is to installing the mask-phish tool.
How to use mskphish?
This application is quite simple to use; after running it in your terminal, simply paste your phishing URL and click the enter button; after a few seconds, you will have original website link (see image below for clarification).
That’s all there is to it, and that’s how you utilize this tool.
How to install this tool to linux?
You can also install this tool on your linux using the same command used for termux.
Masked links do not always generate correctly. In such instance, we must utilize a VPN/proxy and then maskphish to produce a disguised link.