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Phishing websites have proven to be a major security concern. Several cyber attacks risk the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of company and consumer data, and phishing is the
beginning point for many of them. Many researchers have spent decades creating unique
approaches to automatically detect phishing websites. While cutting-edge solutions can deliver
better results, they need a lot of manual feature engineering and aren’t good at identifying new
phishing attacks. As a result, finding strategies that can automatically detect phishing websites and
quickly manage zero-day phishing attempts is an open challenge in this field. The web page in the
URL which hosts that contains a wealth of data that can be used to determine the web server’s
maliciousness. Machine Learning is an effective method for detecting phishing. It also eliminates the
disadvantages of the previous method. We conducted a thorough review of the literature and
suggested a new method for detecting phishing websites using features extraction and a machine
learning algorithm. The goal of this research is to use the dataset collected to train ML models and
deep neural nets to anticipate phishing websites.

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