5.1 How we can help?
- Protect your users
Use WOT’s API to analyze suspicious URL’s placed on your website in order to protect your users from scams and increase their security and satisfaction.
- Protect your business partners
If you are a provider of software solutions for other business, use WOT’s APIs to enhance your product with protective layers.
5.2 Use Cases
"Our partnership with WOT is part of a series of initiatives here at Mail.ru to improve overall security and create the safest mail system for our users."
Anna Artamonova, Vice President for Strategic Projects, Mail.ru Group
Mail.Ru – Providing safety in email links and browser.
Russia’s leading Internet company Mail.Ru actively works to provide its users with the safest services and products possible.
All links contained in emails received by Mail.ru users are checked through WOT’s reputation database to warn users from following untrustworthy links that could lead to scams, identity theft, malware, and other online threats. Mail.Ru’s browser “Internet” integrates WOT’s crowd-sourced reputation ratings
"The web is full of sites that look legitimate until you interact with them. WOT reputation icons on DuckDuckGo search results are the perfect solution to this problem, enabling you to search with peace of mind."
Gabriel Weinberg, Founder, DuckDuckGo
DuckDuckGo – Searching with peace of mind. The search engine DuckDuckGo cares about user’s privacy and safety and wants to provide users with worry-free surfing experience.
To protect their users from clicking on untrustworthy sites, DuckDuckGo has built in the WOT safe surfing option. The traffic light style WOT reputation ratings appear next to links, so users will be able to see immediately which sites are good, which are questionable and which to steer clear of.
"We are excited about our partnership with Web of Trust --They share similar goals and approaches in giving users better control of their online experience."
Jake Brill, Manager Site Integrity, Facebook
Facebook – Providing an extra level of security. Using Facebook is part of many web users’ daily life online. Links posted on Facebook often become popular, even viral.
To provide its users with an extra layer of security against harmful links, Facebook uses WOT’s crowdsourced reputation data to alert users when they navigate to exterior websites that have poor reputations.
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