- First scan: 06/12/2023 04:53:32
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- Device used: 🖥️ Desktop
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SafeToOpen URL Scanning Service utilizes AI, computer vision, and NLP to examine a provided URL, analyzing both visible and non-visible components of the link. It aims to provide users with information regarding the safety level of the URL, indicating whether it is safe, unsafe, suspicious, or potentially a phishing attempt.
SafeToOpen URL scanning service operates by connecting to the provided URL and analyzing the visual components of the webpage. Within a matter of seconds, it can identify zero-day or previously unseen phishing websites, as well as websites that have already been flagged as malicious. By scrutinizing the visual elements, SafeToOpen effectively detects potential threats and provides valuable insights on the safety of a given URL. This comprehensive approach ensures rapid identification of dangerous websites, contributing to a safer online browsing experience.
While SafeToOpen URL Scanning Service is undeniably a valuable tool, it is important to acknowledge that it may not provide absolute reliability in identifying potential false information within its responses. Given the constantly evolving landscape of cyber threats, there is always a chance of encountering false negatives or false positives during the verification process. As a result, it is advisable for users to exercise caution and not rely solely on SafeToOpen URL scanning as the sole determinant of trustworthiness. We strongly encourage users to reach out to the appropriate authorities in their respective countries to verify the accuracy and reliability of the received responses. By combining the insights provided by SafeToOpen with the guidance of authorized entities, users can significantly enhance their overall security posture and make well-informed decisions.
For more information please read our Terms & Conditions.
After scanning URLs, we store them in our database for future reference. Once a URL is scanned, we generate a unique link for you that incorporates the hash (SHA-256) of the scanned URL. This link can be shared with anyone, and they will be able to view the same scan results. To safeguard personal identifiable information (PII), we refrain from sharing the scanned URLs with any third parties. However, if you would like to have the scan results removed from our servers, kindly reach out to us via email at [email protected] and inform us of your request.
We do not share this information with any agency unless requested by law, nor do we use it to send advertising content.
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