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Web of Trust(WOT) Browser Add-On Makes Browsing Online Safer

Web of Trust (WOT) add-on is a browser tool that helps you detect which websites are safe and which ones are not, while you browse the internet. This tool uses information submitted by millions of users around the world, like yourself, to determine the threat level of a website. You can submit dangerous websites that you have come across at their website: www.mywot.com.
Web of Trust(WOT) Browser Add-On Makes Browsing Online Safer
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Web of Trust(WOT) Browser Add-On Makes Browsing Online Safer


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Web of Trust(WOT) Browser Add-On Makes Browsing Online Safer

Web of Trust (WOT) add-on is a browser tool that helps you detect which websites are safe and which ones are not, while you browse the internet. This tool uses information submitted by millions of users around the world, like yourself, to determine the threat level of a website. You can submit dangerous websites that you have come across at their website: www.mywot.com.

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The Web of Trust (WOT) browser add-on is supported by the 5 most popular web browsers: Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, and Opera. Once installed, the WOT add-on will warn you in advance, if you attempt to visit a malicious website.

Here is what the WOT color indicator icon means:

Green - Safe

Yellow - Be cautious

Red - Potential Dangers

Web of Trust Add-On Demonstration (YouTube video)

If the video is too small, click the full-screen button on the video player.

To download the Web of Trust (WOT) add-on, please go to http://www.mywot.com/en/download
For frequently asked question about this add-on, please go to http://www.mywot.com/en/faq/add-on

I recommend that you install this browser add-on because, it will help protect you against, phishing (fraud), browser-hijacking, malware, fraudulent online store, and other malicious websites that will steal your personal information.

Remember to leave your question or comment, and read the ones made by others below. And, please report malicious, phishing or scam email messages, social media posts and websites to us. You may click here to contact us, or forward the email messages to: info@onlinethreatalerts.com .

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