Take Control of Fraudulent Domains
With PhishLabs, you can take control of fake domains. Our platform proactively monitors newly-registered and existing domains to detect phishing sites, unauthorized brand usage, and domain squatting. We cover more than 2,000 top-level domains (TLDs), including both generic TLDs and country code TLDs. When a potential fraudulent domain is detected, our experts verify the risk, analyze the threat, and take immediate action to take it down.
Part of Comprehensive Digital Risk Protection
Detect Enterprise, Brand, VIP, and Customer Risks
As the enterprise digital footprint expands beyond your network, brands, employees, and customers are exposed to risks that are outside of your control. We find and analyze these digital risks across social media, domains, mobile, deep, dark, and open web vectors.
Prioritize and Focus on Actual Risks
The digital landscape is noisy. And the last thing you need is another tool drowning you in alerts. That's why our analysts vet and analyze potential risks. We weed out the noise, bring the actual risks to your attention, and take immediate action to protect your enterprise.
Takedown Threats with 100% Confidence
When threats are found, they are taken down quickly and completely. With 15+ years experience taking down online threats, we've built an unparalleled network of trusted relationships that includes automated killswitches and fastlanes.
Make Better-Informed Decisions to Manage Risk
With the intelligence delivered by our experts, you can navigate the digital risk landscape. We see all the trees while not losing sight of the forest. And we give you the big picture insights so that you can make better-informed decisions.
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