Phishing Scams Beware!

The word ‘phishing’ refers to the process of sending out emails to people, pretending to be from reputable companies. Most of them carry a link, that when clicked, takes the user to a page that the phishers themselves have created. This looks very much like the original (the official webpage of the company that the email purports itself to be from), so there is very little suspicion in the minds of those who have clicked on the link in the email. The page then captures sensitive user data, such as credit card numbers and/or bank account numbers and passwords, which the phishers then use to their advantage.

Continue reading for helpful tips to avoid becoming a victim...

Wednesday, December 21, 2016/Comments (0)/
Categories: Email

What is the Difference Between POP3 and IMAP?

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016/Comments (0)/
Categories: Email