Successful phishing attacks continue to escalate despite the billions spent to stop them. Why are cybersecurity companies so ineffective in detecting email phishing links? The answer will likely surprise you.

Different Destinations

Every time you click a link, that link can automatically redirect you to another link, which can take you to yet another link, and so on. Here’s the hackers secret weapon: the hacker’s server can select a different link path for any computer it wants. In other words, the very same link can send different computers to different destinations — with the hacker’s server deciding where each one goes.

For example, when a cybersecurity company’s server scans a link, the hacker’s server directs that scanner down a clean path. Thereby causing your cybersecurity software to approve the link. Unfortunately, when your computer connects to that very same link, it gets directed down a malicious path. The attack succeeds, even though the link looked perfectly fine to the security server.

Since hackers’ servers can choose different paths for different computers, how can you ever know where your computer will end up each time you click an email link? Fortunately, a new, patent-pending innovation finally solves this problem. Introducing Link Wormhole.

Link Wormhole

Link Wormhole turns the tables on hackers by sending you straight to the final destination — bypassing every previous link altogether. Link Wormhole also shows you the final destination before your computer connects.

Link Wormhole completely turns the table on the hackers attack. For example, if a phishing email claims to be from your bank, the hacker’s server has two choices during scanning:

  • Send Link Wormhole’s Scanner Down a Clean Path to Your Bank: In this case, Link Wormhole shows your bank as the final destination. And it can take you straight to the final destination (i.e. your bank), keeping you safely out of the hacker’s hands.
  • Send Link Wormhole’s Scanner Down a Malicious Path: In this case, Link Wormhole shows that the final destination isn’t your bank. Therefore, you can simply choose to not go there. Also keeping you safely out of the hacker’s hands.

Link Wormhole puts the hacker in a catch 22. If the hacker sends Link Wormhole down a clean path then you remain protected by going straight to the final destination. If a hacker sends Link Wormhole down a malicious path then you remain protected by being shown the erroneous final destination. This ingenious method finally provides an effective solution to the number one successful hacking attack.

PhishViewer

Link Wormhole is a free service offered by Terra Privacy LLC. Simply paste a link into the search box, complete a Captcha, and click [submit]. You will be then be shown the complete path, along with the final destination. You will also be empowered to go straight to the final destination for your ultimate protection. You can also have links automatically scanned (without completing any Captchas) by using Terra Privacy LLC’s PhishViewer app.

PhishViewer is an email reader with Link Wormhole built inside. Simply read your emails using PhishViewer, and every link you click will automatically be handled by Link Wormhole.

In other words, you will automatically be shown the final destination; and you will be empowered to go straight to the final destination. You’ll never have to fear phishing links for yourself, your family, or your business. PhishViewer finally puts you in control.

PhixMail

The PhishViewer email reader can be used with any mailbox hosted on Terra Privacy LLC’s hosting platform: PhixMail. For more information on, please visit PhixMail.com.

 

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