PROBLEM: Online users are increasingly worried about clicking unfamiliar links, as hacks get more clever and malicious.
Fraudulent URLs disguised as legitimate sources can steal your data. Sometimes, just clicking on a spoofed URL infects your device with malware. Or the destination site mirrors one you trust, so you unwittingly volunteer personally-identifiable details. Source: What is URL Spoofing? 2020 Explanation
Link shorteners represent one of the most popular ways to “spoof” URLs. It’s been nearly impossible to trust the unfamiliar link until you click on it.
SOLUTION: Qti.ai analyzes longer URLs with sophisticated proprietary algorithms that generate robust threat intelligence before the user actually clicks through, in order to minimize fraudulent URL spoofing. We display a warning page if the threat level exceeds our threshold. (The user is always at liberty to proceed accordingly.)
Qti.ai produces a buffer page between the user and the potentially malicious site, citing the threat level as well as the types of threats revealed. Users may proceed to the destination URL at their own discretion. Learn more.
Qti.ai analyzes every destination page for attempts to deceive the user that may include phishing, financial fraud, and mature content. As hackers get more sophisticated, Qti.ai continually improves our data sets to combat ever-evolving issues.
Qti.ai users are not required to register in order to access basic statistics (number of clicks and threat level) via Qti.ai/stats/[insert Qti-generated URL code]. Deeper data is available upon request to contact@Qti.ai