How Companies of All Sizes Can Prevent Fraud is a case study about an Australian-based web application that describes how web application security applications such as anti-phishing applications and web security toolbars prevent fraud. It is an early case study from security companies that focused on the development of web applications for customer relations management (CRM) purposes.
This web application works with the services of third party organizations, which provides the users with preventive and anti-fraud tools. These tools include automatic detection of phishing sites, emails, social media, Google search spam filters, etc. It also alerts the users when the system detects suspicious emails or any fraudulent activity.
The way this program works is quite unique because it uses static analysis to identify potential problems and it can be used without internet access or the user has to install a security suite. This means that the tool can detect and report suspicious activity even if the user doesn’t have access to internet. It requires a PC that runs in a locked environment to avoid phishing attempts and malware attacks.
The technology being used by the anti-phishing application and web application goes beyond traditional tools used by web application developers to protect their systems. These tools can detect many problems on the server side as well.
Since these tools have already been proven to prevent phishing attempts and viruses and malware attacks, they are able to prevent online form submissions, login attempts, web page requests, and many other forms of attacks. The application allows the users to connect to the user accounts on the organization’s site with full safety and privacy.
Anti-phishing software detects phishing sites and emails and redirects them to the online form page that the user is supposed to fill out in order to report fraudulent activity. By doing this, the user will get more information about the suspected activity and other details about the form. They can also view this form page in the user interface.
The anti-phishing web application will block all incoming requests for a malicious website or malicious link. It will detect every type of risk and flag the message to the administrator or the website manager, so that the right action can be taken in order to prevent the company from being part of the site.
These type of applications are a part of the scalable approach to preventing fraud and online scams. These software applications are able to detect and thwart social engineering activities, web page requests, clicks on links, malicious files and spyware.
Another unique feature of this web application is the ability to use third party’s tools on its own domain without being aware of their existence. It allows the users to connect to its online form page without ever needing the help of an external application.
The best part about this web application is that it is very easy to install and it only requires a web hosting or a pay-per-click program. The application was developed and tested at WebLogic Corporation in Austin, Texas, and the company can be contacted by email.
The information presented by this case study explains how companies of all sizes can prevent fraud. We see that with the use of dynamic analysis, anti-phishing web applications are able to protect the users from cyber crimes that could harm their business, organization, and lives.
Security experts and forensics experts are always looking for new methods and approaches that can help protect the users from online dangers and online fraud that could pose threats to personal and professional life. This web application is one of the methods of eliminating those threats.