Managing Customized Protected Webpages

Customized Protected Webpages allow users to add their own protected webpages with corresponding sensitive word. Users can add, edit, delete the customized protected webpages and sensitive words if necessary.

With the Customized Protected Webpages, Reasonable Anti-Phishing can protect users' own webpages under suitable settings of the Customized Protected Webpages List.

Customizing Protected Webpages

  1. Add Sensitive Words
  2. Add Protected Webpages

Updating Protected Webpages

  1. Edit Sensitive Words
  2. Delete Sensitive Words
  3. Edit Protected Webpages
  4. Delete Protected Webpages
  5. Setting Threshold of the Protected Webpage


Customizing Protected Webpages

  1. Add Sensitive Words

    The sensitive word represents the keyword of the protected Webpages that you would like to detect. You should add a sensitive word before you adding the corresponding protected Webpages. To add a sensitive word:

    1. Click "Custom Protection" in the drop down menu to open the "Custom Protection Information" form
    2. Click Add in the Sensitive Words list 
    3. Enter the new sensitive word in the textbox, and then click Add.

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  2. Add Protected Webpages

    After adding a new sensitive word, protected webpages are added in order to get protection from being phishing attacked. Once a sensitive word is found in a webpage, Reasonable Anti-Phishing start analysis if the webpage is similar to the protected webpages with the specific sensitive word. To add a protected webpage:

    1. Click "Custom Protection" in the drop down menu to open the "Custom Protection Information" form
    2. Click the sensitive word that you want to add protected webpages.
    3. Enter the link your want to protect
    4. Set the Similarity by scrolling the trackBar or enter a number between 20 to 100 into the textbox at the right hand side of the trackBar
    5. Click Add in the Protected Links list 
    6. Repeat to add more Protected Webpage

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Updating Protected Webpages

Once customized protected webpages and sensitive words are created, you can edit and delete them if necessary.

  1. Edit Sensitive Words
    1. In the "Custom Protection Information" form, click on the sensitive word you would like to edit in the Sensitive Words list section, , then click Edit
    2. In the New Sensitive Word textbox, enter the new sensitive word, and then click Change

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  2. Delete Sensitive Words
    1. In the "Custom Protection Information" form, click on the sensitive word you would like to delete in the Sensitive Words list section, then click Delete
    2. In the Confirmation pop up window, click Yes to delete the sensitive word

      Note: When deleting a sensitive word, the protected webpages that related to the deleted sensitive word would also be deleted also. And these protected webpages are no longer protected by Reasonable Anti-Phishing.

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  3. Editing Protected Webpages
    1. In the "Custom Protection Information" form, click on the protected webpage you would like to edit in the Protected Links list section
    2. Click Edit, enter the new protected webpage in the New Protected url textbox
    3. Click Update to confirm the changes

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  4. Deleting Protected Webpages
    1. In the "Custom Protection Information" form, click on the protected webpage you would like to delete in the Protected Links list section, then click Delete
    2. In the Confirmation pop up window, click Yes to confirm the deletion

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  5. Setting Threshold of the Protected Webpage

    The threshold percentage is the detecting similarity percentage between the protected and phishing webpage. You can set the threshold from 20% to 100%. The higher the percentage, the harder for the detection; the lower the percentage, the easier for the detection; the suggested threshold percentage would be around 40% to 50%. To set the threshold:

    1. Click the protected webpage in the Protected Links list section
    2. Click Edit to open Edit protected link page
    3. Set the threshold by scrolling the Similarity track bar; or
    4. Entering the threshold value (20-100) in the Similarity numeric textbox; or
    5. Click the up down arrow of the Similarity numeric textbox;
    6. Click Update to confirm the changes
    7. Repeat to set the threshold value of other protected webpages

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