The present disclosure relates to a system and a method for dynamic link activation in email messages to prevent phishing attacks. The present disclosure suggests receiving incoming emails from a user’s computing device. Thereafter, the received emails are analyzed to detect suspicious emails, and the detected suspicious emails are sent to a link activation system. Upon receiving suspicious emails, the link activation system disables all embedded links in the suspicious email and generates a user interface. The user interface allows users to review information related to disabled links. Subsequently, the user may choose to activate or deactivate the links based on the information related to the disabled links. Further, the present disclosure suggests monitoring user interface interactions as well as the link activation system and refining an email analysis unit to make accurate prediction of the suspicious emails.

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