“Check If It’s Phishy”: A Simple AI Tool to Spot Email Scams

Ever get an email that looks a bit off, but you’re not sure why? Maybe it’s from a prince far away, or it’s saying you’ve won a lottery you don’t remember entering. Well, that’s where our nifty little program comes in—it’s like a fish finder, but for phishing emails!

Here’s the scoop: our tool uses AI, which is just a techy way of saying it’s pretty smart at spotting the difference between a normal email and one that’s trying to trick you into giving away personal stuff like your passwords or credit card numbers.

You don’t need to be a computer whiz to use it. All you do is copy the text from any email you’re unsure about, paste it into our program, and hit the “Check Email” button. Give it a second, and it’ll tell you if the email’s legit or if it’s trying to phish you.

It’s got this cool thing called a confidence score, too. This isn’t about how the email feels about itself; it’s about how sure the tool is that the email is a scam. A high score means “yeah, that’s probably a bad email,” while a low score means “you’re probably good.”

This program is for anyone who uses email and doesn’t want to be fooled by those sneaky scammers. It’s not fancy—it doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles—but it does its job, and it does it well. So next time you get an email that smells fishier than a tuna sandwich, run it through our tool and see if it’s phishing or just plain phishy.

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