High profile ICOs are attractive targets to attackers, who take advantage of the lack of security maturity of most ICOs to steal money from potential contributors.
Attackers continue to target the cryptocurrency space with attacks increasing in volume and complexity. Protect your ecosystem from phishing attacks.
We take down several thousand phishing attacks each month for high profile exchanges, wallet providers and platforms. Protect your userbase against fake apps, websites and phishers in social communities.
PhishFort uses multiple detection pillars to monitor and protect your domains.
We parse hundreds of thousands of domains every day, looking for copycat registrations of your brand and domains. This way, we discover attacks before they've even begun.
In real time, we stream brand new SSL certificate registrations for clones of your domain or brand.
We detect when your websites assets are cloned, notifying us when phishing infrastructure is in the process of being set up.
PhishFort has a mailbox where your users can report suspicious events. It's monitored 24/7 and we'll takedown and blacklist phishing sites that are reported.
Attackers are increasingly targeting users by releasing fake apps to the Android and iOS app store.
We monitor the app stores for the presence and addition of suspicious apps impersonating your company. We routinely scour both stores in order to discover the use of your brand, domain, or organisation name.
After we've discovered something suspicious, PhishFort's real-time monitoring team react and begin the takedown process as soon as we've discovered something malicious.
Telegram is the leading means of community management in the blockchain space. Naturally, attackers have utilised Telegram to launch phishing attacks and scams against community members. PhishFort will deploy a bot to your community room and monitor, report, and takedown phishing attacks against your users.
One of the preferred methods of phishing users by attackers is to contact them privately on Telegram after discovering an active user in the group. We setup monitored user profiles that alert us when the honeypot account has been contacted. We can then report and block the attacker.