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|Threat Level:||20 % (Normal)|
|First Seen:||November 14, 2022|
|Last Seen:||December 18, 2022|
Picdadhis.live is a dubious website that has been observed to run phishing tactics disguised as a supposed giveaway. Visitors must be warned that the site is likely to display misleading and deceptive messages. For example, Picdadhis.live could present users with a bogus Amazon Loyalty Program. The tricky website will try to convince its unsuspecting visitors that they have been randomly selected to receive a rather lucrative prize, such as an Apple iPhone 13.
Like most online tactics, Picdadhis.live also attempts to create a sense of urgency by giving users just a couple of minutes to decide to participate in the giveaway by completing the survey provided by the rogue website. This commonly exploited scenario aims to trick users into providing private and potentially sensitive details. Phishing tactics often target users' account credentials, phone numbers, banking details, home addresses and other personal information. Some tactics also may try to lure their victims into paying made-up administration, shipping, registrations, or other fees.