We've developed a Chrome extension for detecting if a visited website is phish or not by comparing its content to the original, known good website.
The most updated code and instructions is available at:
2019-10-15: The information here is outdated and retained for archival purposes! Please check https://auntietuna.ant.isi.edu for the latest in developments!
AuntieTuna is a browser extension that checks if each visited page is a potential phishing website based on snapshots of known good websites that a user adds.
For example, a user first visits PayPal (Figure 1) and adds its snapshot using AuntieTuna (Figure 2).
AuntieTuna then checks every other page the user visits to see if it looks like or contains content from the original PayPal page. If it does, the page is detected as suspect phish and blocked.
For example, Figure 3 shows a detected PayPal-phish. The user is blocked from moving forward by AuntieTuna.
A paper describing additional details and usability of this work, AuntieTuna: Personalized Content-based Phishing Detection , was presented at the 2016 NDSS Usable Security Workshop.
We’d greatly appreciate it if you could alpha test our plugin!
v0.0.2 of the plugin compares and detects PayPal phish by default. Users personalize and add their own “known-good” sites as they browse.
In your testing, we’d like to know your experience with:
Please send email to email@example.com with questions, bugs, feature requests, patches, and any notes on your usage!
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