Links to toxic websites embedded in a text
I recently received a text purporting to be from PayPal, advising me that a payment that I had made, had been refused. It asked that I click on a link in the text, to login to PayPal, to report and resolve the problem. I eventually was able to follow the link on my phone, which showed an online form, which asked for crucially, my PayPal username and passport and credit card details. I stopped when asked for the card details, realising what was happening and contacted PayPal, who advised me to reset my password, which I did. I also got in touch with my bank who cancelled the card and issued a new one to me. As a result the (presumed) attacker was denied access to my PayPal account and I ensured that my Credit card was not compromised.
My concern is this: Does Norton Mobile Security provide any utility that warns of links to toxic websites (as per the title of this post? If not, why not and are there any plans for future versions to protect users against this?
Norton product name and version: Norton Mobile Security with Backup, version 126.96.36.19989
Operating system: Android 9
Steps to reproduce issue: I've checked the phone's browser record – Google Chrome – and it contains no record of the toxic website. The phone is running Web Protection and Safe Search and WIFI Security. The text was deleted as a security measure.