SlashNext Mobile and Browser Phishing Protection vs. the Competition

SlashNext Mobile Phishing Protection

With increased mobile device usage for both business and personal tasks threat actors are mounting more sophisticated mobile centric phishing attacks. While email remains the most commonly used attack vector for phishing, threat actors are also targeting mobile users through less protected vectors, such as SMS text messages, social media, messaging apps, and ads. Built in phishing protections on mobile devices are almost non-existent, making mobile users a prime target for attackers. SlashNext mobile phishing protection fills this gap by providing a multi-vector phishing defense. So now, let’s see how SlashNext blocks phishing attacks, across different attack vectors.

SlashNext Browser Phishing Protection

All major desktop browsers leverage Google Safe Browsing capabilities to block phishing and malware sites. But Google Safe Browsing is based on slower-moving threat intelligence, making it unable to protect users from thousands of newly emerging, short-lived phishing sites. SlashNext Browser Phishing Protection shields users from zero-hour phishing threats and rogue browser extensions targeting them from multiple attack vectors: Email, ads and pop-ups, social media, messaging apps, rogue software, and more.