Stop QR Code Phishing Attacks
Protection from Quishing – QR Code Phishing attacks in email, mobile, web, and messaging channels such as Slack, iMessage, Microsoft Teams, and more.
8 Million Mailboxes, Devices and APIs Protected
Malicious QR Code Attacks (Quishing) Have Spiked 50%
The use of QR codes in cyberattacks has grown across all companies from SMBs to large enterprises. With a 50% spike in these types of attacks this quarter, security vendors and organizations need technology now that can identify malicious QR codes in email, and all messaging channels including personal email and mobile apps to stop these threats before they experience a costly breach.
QR Phishing Protection with Protection from Malicious QR Codes in Email and URLs Scanned by Mobile Phones
Unlike other security solutions that aim to address Quishing and QRLJacking , SlashNext’s solution leverages both its patent-pending computer vision and a new QR code natural language processing (NLP) classifier and protects users from more than just credential Quishing. Its ability to detect malicious intent in both the QR code itself as well as the accompanying message makes it the most comprehensive and accurate protection against QR-code based attacks.
The First Multi-Channel Quishing Protection to Block Malicious QR Codes in All Business and Personal Messaging Channels with 99% Accuracy
- Text Extraction: Using patent-pending computer vision, SlashNext QR Code Phishing detection extracts the text from the image in the email body
- Text Analysis: Using a QR phishing NLP classifier trained identify more than credential phishing threats and including malware, and scam from the QR codes.
- Combine the NLP verdict with Context Engine verdict By combining NLP and context engine verdict SlashNext can detect malicious QR Codes with minimal false positives to arrive at a final benign or malicious verdict for the email.
Engineering Firm Closes Messaging Security Gaps Outside Email
Eric Quinn, CIO at C&S Companies, a national planning, design and construction firm talks about zero-hour threats, spear phishing, and multi-channel phishing attacks getting through to users.
“Hackers are getting better at this every day, so we have to get better as well. We can continue to educate, but the statistics, still show that even the best educated companies out there still have about a 4% failure rate of people clicking on stuff.”
SlashNext Delivers Best in Class Results on Day One
Greater spear phishing detection vs. top security vendors
Faster average detection time vs. security vendors listed on VirusTotal
Cloud and on-device detection rate with 1 in 1 million false positives
threats detected daily
Browser Phishing Protection
Anywhere Zero-Hour Protection Against the Broadest Range of Phishing Threats available for all major browsers including, Chrome, Edge, FireFox, and Safari.
State of Phishing Report Reveals More Than 255 Million Attacks in 2022
SlashNext analyzed billions of link-based URLs, attachments, and natural language messages in email, mobile and browser channels over six months in 2022 and found more than 255 million attacks…
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Microsoft 365 + Integrated Cloud Email Security
Due to the demands of the modern workforce, there has been an exponential shift in the use of native cloud email protection capabilities, like Microsoft 365, in the last 12 months.
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