Phishing Email Checker – How to Spot Phishing Emails


The Phishing Email Checker scans your emails and identifies any suspicious links or hidden content. It also verifies the email’s authenticity.

Emails that request sensitive information or passwords should be viewed with caution. Criminal hackers rely on people to make mistakes, so it’s important that your workforce is trained to spot phishing emails and report them when they’re received.

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Legitimate companies don’t ask for confidential information by email. If an email contains a request for personal details, contact the company directly to confirm their identity.

Often phishing emails will include a link to a fake website that looks similar to the organization’s real site. By hovering the mouse over a link you can quickly see whether it matches up with the sender’s email address and domain name. If the domain name deviates from the company’s regular web address it should raise suspicions.

Another red flag to watch out for is if the email uses a sense of urgency or scare tactics to encourage you to act quickly. For example, a phishing email might claim that your account has been suspended or that you need to provide your SSN to verify your identity.

Finally, you should view with suspicion any emails that arrive outside of business hours. Many cybercriminals operate in different time zones and are more likely to send out phishing emails at night.