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Detect malicious links with ThreatCop Link Scanner. The phishing URL checker provides you the real-time results to help you detect if the URL is legitimate or a phishing link. So, worry not if you come across any links that are suspicious, use our phishing link scanner to prevent malicious links, phishing scams, or suspicious websites.

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FAQs: Phishing URL Checker

A phishing link is a malicious link that cyber criminals use to obtain sensitive information from a phishing victim. These links are delivered through social engineering attacks to steal user’s data. This can include some really important and personal infromation like; login credentials, employee ID/password, and credit card numbers.

Before clicking on any links that look suspicious it’s always better to make sure the link is safe and secure. However, identifying a phishing link can be a big task. But one can find the destination of the link by hovering over the link that come in email or messages. Moreover, to make sure the link is legitimate you can use ThreatCop Link Scanner.

The best way to avoid becoming a phishing victim is to be aware of the attack vector and see how it works, delivered, etc. In order to stay updated with this much required information a company should provide a phishing awareness training and simulation to every employee. This will help them spot and avoid phishing links easily.