The URL doesn’t contain a domain name or directly points to an IP-address.
Paste the URL from a suspicious email and click Check. PhishingCheck analyzes the URL and displays the destination domain.
Phishing URLs (links) often hide the real URL-destination. Subdomains and usernames are inserted in the URL to simulate a legitimate destination and to confuse the user. PhishingCheck removes these irrelevant parts of the phishing URL.
PhishingCheck does not give a judgment as to whether it is a phishing link or not. In case of doubt, it is advisable not to click on a potential phishing link and enter the company domain name in the browser bar manually.
You should be careful if the URL-result doesn't match the official company domain or the domain name is not used by the company. An IP address in the result field is also suspicious.
| ||IP 10.19.32.4|
| ||IP 18.104.22.168|