Phishing Templates (or Phishing Email Templates) are sent and received directly in targets' inboxes. They are the emails that are sent during a campaign. The below image is what a phishing email template might look like. This template leads to a landing page after a link is clicked inside the phishing email, and then to a training page after a link is clicked on the landing page.
A phishing email template.
Landing Page Templates are simulated phishing webpages. Many of them appear very similar to a real website. Many of them allow targets to enter data and interact with the webpage. Landing pages can be reached when a target clicks a link in the Phishing Template. The below landing page template leads to a training page after the target interacts with the landing page by clicking a link or a button. To see what the landing page template looks like as it would appear to the target, you would click on the Preview button.
A landing page template.
Training Page Templates are webpages that train a target how to avoid being phished and scammed by an email. They can be reached by either clicking a link in a phishing template or clicking a link on a landing page. Most training pages contain videos and captivating graphics that highlight how to spot a phishing email. The below image shows what a training page might look like. To see how this webpage would look like to a target, you would click on the Preview button below the template editor.
A training page template.