Free Phishing Simulations & Employee Training
CanIPhish provide the world's first fully self-service phishing simulation platform. Identify employees vulnerable to phishing and train them with CanIPhish. No commitments, no sales calls, no downside.
Free Phishing Simulations & Training.
You need a free phishing simulator that's fast, easy, effective and most importantly modern.
- Time Efficient
- Cost Effective
- Realistic Phishing
Fully self-service. From sign-up, to delivery to user education.
Run free phishing simulations under a perpertual free tier subscription. Or flexibly upgrade and downgrade plans at your own convenience.
- Free sign-up, no trial period
- No credit cards, no sales calls
- No commitments, only benefits
Advanced real-time campaign tracking and reporting
See which users are vulnerable to phishing, view historic campaigns and track your phish click trend over the past 12 months.
- Track campaigns in real-time
- Schedule daily, weekly or monthly reports
- Compare historic trends with active campaigns
Phishing libraries that update with the latest trends
We help you to train your users to detect the most advanced threats by blending vulnerabilities, exploits and phishing material into live simulations.
- Evolving phishing libraries
- Interactive setup wizard
- Multi-template support
Free Phishing Simulation Tools All In One Place
Discover domains vulnerable to spoofing and incorporate these into your phishing simulations
Domain Tool Statistics
Track global domain tool statistics to help determine which domain's to spoof and identify the known good and bad.
Ticket, Chat, Email and Phone Support or get the most out of CanIPhish with our comprehensive knowledge base and support documentation.
Sync your Azure AD or Google Workspace Directories and report suspected phishing emails through our Report Phish Add-on.
Our highly dynamic platform enables you to use our hosted mail and web servers for phishing... or you can also bring your own.
A full solution for anyone
Whether you’re an enterprise looking to train users, a red teamer conducting a penetration test or a hobbyist - we have you covered