Email spoofing is rampant. Spammers often send email that looks like it came from you, and there’s little that you can do about it.
Spam prevention measures have made getting email delivered more difficult. We’ll look at ways to maximize the chances your email will make it through.
Of course it might be spam, but sometimes things like this are just bad luck.
Scammers are an international problem and that makes it extremely difficult to stop. In the end, it’s all about the money.
When a hacker has access to your email account, they can do anything… even change settings that you know nothing about. Let’s take a look at some of the possible dangers.
It really doesn’t do any harm to report spam – if you have enough time to do it. With the huge amount of spam out there, however, it’s hard to believe that it helps stem the tide of junk that comes to our email inboxes.
Every few days, we get forwarded email warning us about everything from lost children to free money. They’re mostly bogus and known as urban legends.
Even though most of us might never fall for it the reason there’s so much spam is quite simple: spam works.