See if you’re vulnerable to typosquatting

Typosquatting is an attack technique where an attacker creates a package or container with a name that is very similar to a legitimate one, in hopes that a user will make a typo and download the malicious package or container. Attackers often use typosquatting to make fake sites used for phishing attacks that can lead to users unknowingly entering sensitive information or installing malicious software on their devices.

Connect to OX Security and find out in 3 minutes or less if you’re vulnerable to typosquatting using the OSC&R Framework.


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