Email scammers are running rampant. We analyze some real-life phishing lures and tell you how to stop scammers in their tracks.
Everyone thinks they won’t fall for a phishing scam, but people still do. So what are the red flags you need to watch out for? Here are some examples.
Don’t underestimate spam emails. Cybercriminals are getting more creative with how they hide phishing attempts in messages nowadays. Phishing is simply a social engineering attack which involves sending fraudulent messages purporting to be from a legit source. Even tech-savvy people can fall for these attacks.
It may seem odd at first, but an email account is a goldmine for scammers. A hacker can do more than get their hands on your coveted chicken casserole recipe; they can cause damage to your identity and finances.
Microsoft Outlook comes with a range of handy tools built in, one of them is the ability to schedule an email in Outlook to be sent at a specific time, this can be a very useful feature.
Whether you forgot your password or email address, it shouldn’t take too long to recover your Google account