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Some people assume that spam and phishing are the same things, but they are not. Spam means sending messages or emails that are unsolicited. This is usually done by someone who is trying to sell different items, properties, and so much more. The receiver of the spam message will always have the...Read More

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Noticing security indicators in the browser-look and feel can be deceiving since it is possible to completely clone a legitimate website.people use tricks to make their urls look as close to the real ones as possible such as changing between l (lowercase l) i (capital i) 1 (one) or adding part to...Read More

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An email that asks for personal information, like passwords, credit card numbers...

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What rule?? It s up to you and your schedule!

Prompt reply to an email is nice, but not required- its your life and email shouldnt control it!

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Phishing pronounced as fishing, is a social engineering term used to steal the confidential data like login details, credit/debit card information. Phishing can often lead to identity theft. Phishers or scammers aim to lead people to fake websites where they trick the genuine users to ent...Read More

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Spam

It is phishing. This can be identified by several things: Firstly, the email address - this is not a WhatsApp email address. Secondly, they have not changed the year at the bottom of the page. Thirdly, this is a phone app. Surely this is something that could be retrievable...
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Real

This is real. The email tells you information is going to be sent to your personal address and provides information only, whereas any spam/scam would be asking for you to submit personal details. The email also provides information to security information about the bottom of the...
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It could be either

This is difficult to tell. Firstly, if the person is someone youve had contact with or that you know then it could be a legitimate plea for help. However, on the flip side their account could be compromised and this could be a simple attempt to obtain money from you....
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