As cybercriminals increasingly utilize text message services like SMS to share harmful links leading to scams or phishing websites, it has become more important than ever to remain alert. SafeToOpen Text Message (SMS) Verification, provided by SafeToOpen, offers a valuable service to verify any suspicious text messages you receive. It will promptly let you know if they can be trusted or if you should proceed with caution.
SafeToOpen employs cutting-edge technology, including Natural Language Processing (NLP), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Computer Vision (CV), to analyze the content and links within reported suspicious text messages.
Once the analysis is complete, our SMS verification service promptly replies to the sender with an assessment of the message's safety. This response is based on the analysis conducted by our advanced technology. However, it is important to note that the assessment provided is not infallible and users should exercise caution. It is always recommended to consult with the authorities or professionals in their respective countries to verify the trustworthiness of the response and take appropriate actions if necessary.
It is important to note that SafeToOpen Text Message (SMS) Verification Service, while a useful tool, may not guarantee absolute reliability when it comes to potential false information in its responses. Due to the evolving nature of cyber threats, there is always a possibility of false negatives or false positives in the verification process. Therefore, it is advisable for users to exercise caution and not solely rely on SafeToOpen SMS verification as the sole determinant of trustworthiness. We encourage users to also contact the appropriate authorities in their respective countries to verify the accuracy and reliability of the responses received. By combining the insights from SafeToOpen with the guidance of authorized entities, users can enhance their overall security and make more informed decisions.
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No, this service only verifies suspicious text messages (SMS). We are working on another service where you can verify your suspicious emails. Please stay tuned and visit our website to learn more about our updates.
If you aim to protect your brand, especially if you're a bank or financial service often subjected to SMS phishing attacks, reach out to us. We'll guarantee your customers' safety once they've reported any suspicious SMS to us.
Moreover, we can reply to your customers with a custom message as if coming from you. For instance, we never request password sharing through email or SMS links.
Furthermore, we promptly inform you about malicious links impersonating your brand and globally block access to them within an hour.
Once you confirm a suspicious text message with us, depending on your chosen application, we might gather your username or phone number for responding purposes. Alternatively, for enhanced privacy, you can validate the questionable text message in the designated text area, where neither your phone number nor username is gathered.
When using the provided app, we obscure the middle digits or characters of your number or user ID before saving it on our servers. Additionally, we retain the complete reported text message, encompassing both the text content and embedded link. No names or identifiable information are collected or stored unless they're part of the content of the suspicious message.
We do not share this information with any agency unless requested by law, nor do we use it to send advertising content.
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