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PostSubject: Protection Against Phishing. Check If A Link Is Safe   Protection Against Phishing. Check If A Link Is Safe EmptyWed Nov 13, 2013 10:42 am

Have you ever received an email from a bank , paypal , facebook or similar that required you to verify your personal information? Please watch out , in that email can be added unsafe link that will lead you to phishing page, that will steal your information . Link manipulation is making a link in an e-mail (and the spoofed website it leads to) appear to belong to the spoofed organization. Misspelled URLs, use of subdomains and making anchor text for a link appear to be valid and the link actually goes to the phishers’ site.

Filter evasion is that using images instead of text to make it harder for anti-phishing filters to detect text commonly used in phishing e-mails.

Website forgery is that some phishing scams use JavaScript commands in order to alter the address bar. This is done either by placing a picture of a legitimate URL over the address bar, or by closing the original address bar and opening a new one with the legitimate URL.

So, how to check if a website link is safe without clicking on it?

1) Go to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

2) Insert link to analyze

3) Click Scan Now

"It really works."

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