Ryan HooverFounder, Product Hunt

What tools are there to protect against email phishing attacks?

Today email inboxes across the internet received an imitated Google Docs email designed to hijack Google accounts. Are there tools to help flag these potential threats?
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  1. Devansh TrivediEntrepreneur, Fqwerty.co · Written
    If there is a phishing link that redirects to a fake sign-in page, it alerts you in advance. It checks every website you visit to keep it in check. In case you override it and enter password anyways, it recommends changing your password.
    Alessio SantoTech entrepreneur, Anywhere · Written
    Seems like the right kind of tool to me.
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    Newly launched Mac OS X integration for password management

    Using a password manager ensures that your passwords are only autofilled on legitimate domains. I.e., if LastPass doesn't auto-fill, it's possibly because you're on a phisher site.
  3. Mihai AncaPayments Engineer at Coinbase · Written
    Make a habit of using 1Password autofill, if 1Password doesn't suggest the account for that URL then be suspicious. Also supports 2 factor authentication tokens.
  4. Jesse MiddletonVC @Flybridge. Co-founder @WeWorkLabs. · Written
    Protects your domains from inbound phishing attacks and from others using your domains to phish others.
  5. Oren J. FalkowitzCEO, @area1security 🎣🐟🐡 · Written
    Oren J. Falkowitz made this product
    95% of all cybersecurity damage starts with phishing, but it's not only an email problem. Area 1 is a comprehensive approach (email, network, and web). Fully accountable business model. Pay only for what is caught, not for misses.