Landing Pages

Landing pages direct the user to a specific page, and can be used for a variety of purposes, such as requesting login credentials or other sensitive information.

The Phishing Simulator > Phishing Scenarios > Landing Page Templates page contains standard default landing pages you can select and use for your phishing scenario or customize according to your preferences. You also have the option to create an entirely new landing page.

The components of the Landing Page Templates page are explained below.

Template name

The name of the landing page template

Method

The phishing technique employed.

  • Data Submit: Used to detect target users who submit data on the landing page

  • Attachment: Used to detect target users who download the attachment in the phishing simulation email

  • Click-Only: Used to detect target users who click unknown links in the phishing email

Tags

Tags can be added to the landing page to enable viewing using related tag lists.

Difficulty

The level of difficulty to recognize a phishing attempt (Easy, Medium, Hard). Please click here to see how the difficulty level is determined.

Created By

System: Standard landing page templates are provided with the product.

Custom: Landing pages created or customized by users

Date Created

The date and time the landing page was created

Landing Page Templates Actions

This section explains how to edit, preview, clone, or delete a landing page.

How to Edit a Landing Page Template

Click on the three dots '⋮' button in the Actions option on the far right of the relevant page, and then click the Edit button.

How to Preview a Landing Page

Click on the three dots '⋮' button in the Actions option on the far right of the relevant page, and then click the Preview button.

How to Clone a Landing Page

Click on the three dots '⋮' button in the Actions option on the far right of the relevant page, and then click the Duplicate button.

How to Delete a Landing Page

Click on the three dots '⋮' button in the Actions option on the far right of the relevant page, and then click the Delete button.

How to Add a New Landing Page Template

Follow the steps below to add a new landing page that you can use in a new or existing phishing scenario:

  1. Click the +New button in the upper right corner of the Phishing Simulator > Phishing Scenarios > Landing Page Templates page.

  2. Complete the required fields on the first page, then click Next.

  3. On the Page Settings page, provide the Phishing Link: the URL to be used in the phishing email.

  4. Click Edit to make any changes or Save to complete the process.

Utilizing Merge Tags in Landing Page Templates

Here's a list of merge tags to help you make your landing pages more personal. Adding these tags can make your phishing campaign more tailored to the recipient.

Merge TagDescription

Full Name

Inserts the target user's first and last name.

First Name

Inserts the target user's first name.

Last Name

Inserts the target user's last name.

Email

Inserts the target user's email address.

From Name

Inserts the sender's name from the associated email template for this landing page scenario.

From Email

Inserts the sender's email address from the associated email template for this landing page scenario.

Subject

Inserts the subject line from the associated email template for this landing page scenario.

Company Logo

Displays your organization's logo, sourced from the Whitelabeling page.

Company Name

Displays your organization's name, sourced from the company profile.

Date Sent

Inserts the date when the campaign is launched.

Current Date

Inserts the current date when the campaign is launched.

Current Date Plus 10 Days

Inserts a date that is 10 days after the campaign's launch date.

Current Date Minus 10 Days

Inserts a date that is 10 days before the campaign's launch date.

Random Number One Digit

Generates and inserts a random one-digit number.

Random Number Two Digit

Generates and inserts a random two-digit number.

Random Number Three Digit

Generates and inserts a random three-digit number.

Video Tutorial

Landing pages direct the user to a specific page and can be used for a variety of purposes, such as requesting login credentials or other sensitive information. This tutorial will walk through the steps of creating/editing a landing page.

FAQs

Yes! You can direct users to your own URL instead of using a standard Keepnet landing page. To set this up, select a Keepnet landing page, and replace the URL in the provided HTML code with the URL of your hosted landing page. Here’s how you do it:

  1. Choose a Keepnet landing page for your phishing scenario.

  2. Insert the following HTML code, substituting https://www.google.com with your own landing page URL:

    htmlCopy code<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1; URL=https://www.your-landing-page.com" />

This setup will automatically redirect anyone who clicks on the link to your chosen landing page after 1 second, allowing us to track the click-through.

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