Icons work as traffic lights: green for good, red for bad, yellow as a warning to be cautious.Hover over the bubbles for more information
Reputation icons are shown on popular search engine results, social media platforms, online email, shortened URLs, and many popular sites.
They show how much other users trust a site. Ratings are based on information from millions of users and trusted third-party sources.PoorGoodVery poorUnsatisfactoryExcellent
Click the colored bars to indicate what you think of the site. Your rating will be saved when you close the rating window or click outside it.
Shaded figures indicate the amount of supporting evidence for the rating and how reliable reputation is.
This link takes you to scorecard where you can see detailed information on each website's reputation.Hover over the bubbles for more information
You can contribute to the service by rating websites based on your own experiences.
By rating websites, you share your knowledge and help other users surf safer.
Remember to only rate sites that you know, and only the rating components that you have an opinion about.
Claim your site, reply to comments directly and get feedback.
Third-party trusted sources, like phishing and malware blacklists, provide more information about the safety of the site.
Supplement your rating with comment. However, comments do not affect the reputation.
Categories show you the reasons behind website reputations. When rating a website, you will be asked to select at least one category to explain the reason for your rating.Hover over the bubbles for more information
Every website has its own WOT scorecard that gives you detailed information about the site's reputation.
You can get to site’s scorecard by clicking the donut next to links in the search results or by clicking the information box in the rating window.
You can view detailed information on each website's reputation from scorecard.
Here you can see the reasons behind website reputations.Hover over the bubbles for more information
If you land on a site that has a poor reputation based on user ratings, WOT shows you a warning.
WOT guides you, but the final decision is yours: you can skip the warning and enter the site anyway or return to the previous page.
By re-rating the site and giving it a good rating, WOT will not warn you again.
WOT is a free community-powered website reputation service that tells you which websites you can trust based on other users' experiences. It protects you from threats that only humans can spot, such as scams, phishing, and bad online shopping experiences. This tour tells you more about how WOT works and how you can use it for safer surfing.