[Free Tool] Find out who falls victim to QR code phishing attacks with our QR Code Phishing Security Test

QR Code Phishing Test Free Tool KnowBe4According to QRTIGER, an online QR code generator company, dynamic QR code scans increased 433% globally from 2021 to 2022. In 2022, the FBI released a warning that QR codes may be tampered with by cybercriminals to direct victims to malicious sites.

With the increased popularity of QR code usage throughout the world, users are more at risk of a phishing attack than ever. A malicious link hidden in a QR code can bypass traditional email filters.

Additionally, the tell-tale signs of a phishing link are not as apparent with a QR code because it is difficult to validate and lures your users to switch to their mobile device with weaker security protection. This leaves your organization vulnerable to QR-based phishing attacks, putting your brand and network in jeopardy.

Do you think your users would scan an untrusted QR code, potentially disclosing sensitive information?

To see which users in your organization are most likely to fall for QR code phishing attacks, try our free QR Code Phishing Security Test. (QR Code PST). This new tool helps you identify users that are most susceptible to these types of attacks so you can train them to think twice before scanning QR codes and build a stronger security culture.

Here’s How the QR Code Phishing Security Test works:

  • Immediately start your test for up to 100 users (no need to talk to a person)
  • Select from 35 languages and choose one of 3 templates
  • Choose from a “red flags missed” or a “404 error” landing page
  • Get a PDF emailed to you in 24 hours with your Phish-prone Percentage

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