Some of our phishing emails will take you to a specially prepared website where, for example, you will be asked for your Windows password. No matter what you enter into the fields, we do not keep these data. You thus have nothing to worry about. Our server only registers that data have been entered. As part of the evaluation of the phishing simulation, your employer receives information as to how many of these input fields were filled during the simulation. However, it is not possible to trace which employee entered the data. No conclusions are drawn concerning individuals’ behavior.
However, it is generally recommended that you change your password immediately should you suspect that a real input screen you are using has been manipulated.
However, our simulated phishing websites with input screens are completely safe. It is not possible to enter passwords on these screens. You need not worry about your password falling into the wrong hands through our phishing simulation.