Find the sender and STOP phishing emails.
Google, Paypal, Amazon and Microsoft are not able to stop fake emails !
Because hacker keeps changing the email domain and address, when sending phishing emails.
The EASY way to act is find the SENDER
Why email header can help us?
Email header shows the network path and how the cyber criminals setup email systems.
Header has IP address and other info that are helpful to track the sender. Once malicoius sender is identified, it is easier to block all types of fake emails originated from same email system.
But smartphone apps does not show email headers, you can use desktop computer or using an add-on.
How can I check the email header in mobile phone?
1. Go to Google Add-on
Our add-on is released on the Google Workplace that everyone using gmail or GSuite can use. >>
2. Type Anti-Phishing
Search "Anti-Phishing" and you will find APBot in the Google Gmail Add-on. It is verified by Google already. >>
3.Sign in Google Mail
Give APBot basic permission to read email.
4.Click an email to check
Click an email you want to check in inbox.
5.Slide to the bottom of email
Slide to bottom to the add-on bar on email.
6.Click Anti-phishing bot icon
Click on the APBot icon to call out the add-on.
1.Go to Microsoft OfficeStore
Our add-on is released on the Microsoft Office Store that everyone using Outlook or O365 can use.
2.Search Anti Phishing
Type "Anti Phishing" in OfficeStore and you will find APBot.
3.Sign in to Microsoft AppSource
Sign in your Outlook or O365 account. And Install the Add-in on your inbox.
Click an email you want to check.
5.Click 3 dots near sender
Click the 3 dots to open the add-in bar.
Click on theAPBot icon to call out the add-in.
7.Anti-phishing bot checking
Anti-phishing bot will check out the email sender and you can report it when it is phishing email or train it to be good email.
Report Phishing with One Click
Integrate with Outlook, O365 and Gmail
No need to install software
How to identify phishing emails using "Sender Info"?
The network or domain where this email was first seen.
The ISP or service provider operating this network.
The location where the email was generated.
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