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I want to make a machine learning phishing detection solution that can detect the main source of phishing attacks

What I have tried:

I have tried different algorithm and module like logistic algorithm and scikit-learn module
Updated 19-May-23 8:00am
Graeme_Grant 21-Apr-23 12:15pm    
Leave it to those who know what they are doing.

There is no single "phishing detection solution" - the methods and phrasing of phishing changes all the time to get round detection methods; it evolves.

In the old days, it was simple: a pyramid scheme letter; a Nigerian prince; all fairly predictable. Now ... they have learned, they use psychology, the use poor English to separate those who are dumb enough to fool from those who aren't.

Do not rely on detection systems: use your intellect and ask yourself at all times "is this too good to be true?" - because if it is, it's almost certainly a scam of some kind!
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Mike Hankey 9-Apr-23 17:59pm    
There is no such thing as a free lunch!
Richard MacCutchan 13-Apr-23 6:52am    
I had one at my step-daughter's last weekend. :)
Mike Hankey 13-Apr-23 8:08am    
Didn't ask for money, favor, etc.? :)
Richard MacCutchan 13-Apr-23 8:20am    
Not this time ...
By looking at just the few emails you get, you can't. The trail is going to go cold at the first jump to the unwitting person who doesn't even know they sent you the email. Why is that? Because the "source" email address you received the email from is being spoofed. The email didn't really come from that account.
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