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I was unfortunately the victim of a PHP exploit. Looking through my webserver logs, people are still attempting to reach the URL used in the phish. I want to redirect them to a site that will educate these people on what phishing is.

My question: Is there a (generic / vendor-neutral) phishing education website that you suggest I send them to with a 301 redirect? (I assume a 301 is the best option.)

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Yes! There is a good landing page to drop people on. It's here:

http://education.apwg.org/r/en/index.htm

It's designed to educate users, in a helpful way.

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Better use education.apwg.org/r so visitors get the page in their language. –  toscho Jul 5 '12 at 13:00

I think a 301 to a useful page will be a bit confusing. I would send them to a generic page explaining that their URL came from phishing and then link to this article on the BBC website. It is unhelpfully titled "spoofing" but uses the word phishing further down.

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