Editing URLs to Prevent Email Phishing?

In a large organization (eg, a city staff), it is far from effective enough to rely on human behavior to prevent phishing attacks. While it's a bit of a hassle (usually security), I'm thinking of an approach where the email client edits all URLs in a message. Not only disable the URLs, but completely remove them. For example something like this:

Click here to see our new report on property taxes:

(URL removed)

If there really is a new report and the city official really wants to see him, he can go to the website and keep track of the report. If the user calls the website through a password manager or bookmark, the fake site can not be reached instead of the actual site. (A phishing attack that involves a site that the user is unfamiliar with and therefore has no login would not be a phishing attack.)

Although not all phishing attacks contain URLs in emails, it's probably 99%.

I would be pleased to receive comments on whether you believe this will help reduce phishing attacks. I'm less interested in whether the lack of URLs is an inconvenience, as I know it.

(If you force the e-mail client to work in text mode, only the link is removed, the URL still exists.)

Gsa server destination URLs disappear

I've been using it for 6 years and it worked very well.

I'm doing Tier 1 with Rankerx or Money Robot or manual links. then I use this on tier2. Therefore, I expect that at least 5k-15k created in Tier 2, which was previously easily possible.

I ran for a month and got over 1500,000 checked context links from its own engines. So, now I create 40-50 projects. Split add my Tier 1 URLs. and then import the 1500k destination URLs into all these 50 projects and divide them up and expect them to make at least 15k links from them. I am using a powerful 4-core vps, using 100 dedicated proxies and working on new 2000+ emails. So I collected everything. After this is started, the links build up and I close the VPS and wait until the next day. The next morning I see that he has only created 1k-2k links and no destination URLs are left. I mean, where all the destination URLs went or how they were unable to link to already validated links
I have several servers that run around the clock for months and check lists. So what makes no sense is that the links that have been verified by ser and ser recently can not link to it. In fact, this does not even give them the chance to put links on them, and the destination URLs disappear.

Suppose URLs failed to fail like download? no shape at all? Submission failed? However, how come that 1.5 million recently verified links can not get new 5k links?

Ser starts with creating links, but the next day you open them and all destination URLs are gone.
http://prntscr.com/ov75d0
There should be an option for URLs that were skipped or failed or not checked. It could help

I'm really worried about what happens. I hope someone could give me a hint. Many thanks

SEO – 13 URLs blocked by Robots.txt

Yoast SEO has created a sitemap and robots.txt that does not match my page. I have since replaced both and waited a few weeks, but my robots.txt still blocks 13 pages. Can someone help me, what could I do wrong?

Here are tags of the pages that are being blocked:

https://micronanalytical.com
/sp/
/samples-submissions/
/cr/
/analytical-laboratory-directions/
/analytical-news/
/sem/
/forms-downloads/
/wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/2.FDA-License-2018.pdf    
/laboratory-services/

Here is my robotstxt

robots.txt
User-agent: *
Disallow: /quote/
Disallow: /forms-downloads/
Disallow: /MA/

Here is my sitemap: https://micronanalytical.com/sitemap.xml

What am I doing wrong?

wolfram cloud – Canonical URLs for deployed notebooks changed?

Use the following feature to update my notebooks in the cloud. Traditionally, it has been deployed to the following location:

https://www.wolframcloud.com/obj/yaroslavvb/whitening/curvature-unit-tests.nb

I have the URL as output from CloudDeploy call, something like that
CloudObject["https://www.wolframcloud.com/obj/yaroslavvb/newton/curvature-unit-tests.nb"]

However, something has changed in the last week CloudDeploy Instead, a different URL is displayed when you run it

CloudObject["https://www.wolframcloud.com/obj/user-eac9ee2d-7714-42da-
8f84-bec1603944d5/newton/curvature-unit-tests.nb"]

Somehow I can get the original shorter url out of CloudDeploy?

deploy:=Module[{notebookFn, parentDir,cloudFn,result},
Print[DateString[]];
notebookFn=FileNameSplit[NotebookFileName[]][[-1]];
parentDir=FileNameSplit[NotebookFileName[]][[-2]];
cloudFn=parentDir~StringJoin~"/"~StringJoin~notebookFn;
result=CloudDeploy[SelectedNotebook[],CloudObject[cloudFn],Permissions->"Public",SourceLink->None];
Print["Uploading to ",cloudFn];
result
]```

base64 – Can Lua support data URLs?

In LUA, you can load HTTP requests using loadstrings that retrieve the data from any link.

I've noticed that these "loadstrings" on the internet are pretty annoying, as many "roblox hackers" use these loadstring scripts to load very large scripts into their games without "crashes" and the like.

So I want to ask people here if I can support a DataURL in my Lua Loadstring. I'm running a simple Lua environment without plugins.

seo – How to Remove Bulk URLs from the Google Index

First, you must identify the URL of your site that is indexed in the search results. The command to verify all your indexed URLs is site: www.example.com.
All results will be displayed for your site.

To remove the URLs that are of no use or contain the old content, you must first delete the page and redirect that particular URL to the contact page.

After a few days, if the site was crawled again, check if the deleted page appears in the search results or not.

If it reappears, you must remove this page from GSC.
Steps to follow:

  1. Log in to your webmaster accounts.
  2. Select Google Index.
  3. You will get a drop down menu with 3 options, i.
    A. Index statistics
    B. Locked resources
    C. Remove URLs
  4. Select Remove URLs
  5. You will be presented with a new window displaying a "Temporarily Hide" button.
  6. Click the button, paste the URL, and click Next.
  7. A new window opens with a drop-down menu with 3 options.
  8. Select an option as needed and continue.
  9. After a few days, you'll need to check the status in Webmaster Tools to see if the page has been deleted or not.

Email – View URLs on mobile devices

All afternoon,

I wanted to ask a simple question … What do you do to help your users see URLs in emails on mobile devices? Our training program helps people understand how URLs are displayed before they click on the actual link. On mobile devices, this is difficult and every attempt poses a risk that you have to hold down to highlight or copy the information.

What other suggestions do you have for copying the URL to another app to see the text, turning off your phone and Wi-Fi before you display the URL by holding down the key, or waiting for suspicious emails, until you see a desktop error? Reach the device?

Thanks a lot!