Link-shortening services make it hard to tell a link’s final destination. When you receive one in an email, you may want to do some detective work to see where it’s going – before you click.
Hackers are very good at sending emails that look like they come from legitimate companies. So, how do you tell the truth from a lie?
Viewing an email in HTML seems to be the default in the new Outlook.com. There is no easy way to change it. So why are you seeing this message?
There are both legitimate and malicious reasons why a link author may send you to a place that is different from the link showing in the status bar. Let’s look at why that may happen.
If you believe you’ve been hacked, you will want to protect and preserve your data right away. First, make sure exactly what has been hacked.
The rule is never click on links unless you are 100% certain that they are from who you think they are. The question is, how can you be certain?
Email account hacking is on the rise. One of the signs is the amount of spam being sent to contacts from those hacked accounts.
Spammers and internet trolls harvest email addresses via a variety of means. One of the most common is to simply surf the web and look for anything that might look like one.