Protect yourself from email phishing

What is phishing on the internet?
In most cases it looks like a false site looks like a real site asking you to enter your login and password. If you are not worthwhile you can enter your login password as a result of those who fall into the scammers. This way you may lose access to your account. The easiest way to avoid this is to always check the url address and if you see that the site name does not match the address of the site then avoid these pages. Also in the modern world it is accepted to enter a login password only on those pages which use the secured HTTPS connection.

Types of popular email phishing

  • Request for Personal Identification Numbers (PINs) or credit cards number
  • Requests for personal data for your payment from a stranger
  • Fake request to provide refinancing data for the bank
  • Fake payment receipt (For example, a fake paypal email)
  • Notify you that you have won the lottery
  • Hijack your password and username

Be careful not to fall into hook scammers. If you do not trust the person or site that requests your email from you, then use fake email and your personal email will only be known by you.

Use antivirus, firewall and antispyware software protection on your computer. (The incoming mail on our site is a prequary for all possible threats, so getting a fake email on the site is completely safe.)