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"Through using" or "through use of"?

There is no need to use either using or use of. "Through" inherently implies the same. It should simply be: Phishing entails collecting victim information through social engineering.
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"Through using" or "through use of"?

In this context I don't think it matters, both seem to work equally well to me.

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