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A Phishing Guide: Don't Get Fooled by Emails

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Foreign Language Phishing Example

Thursday, May. 1, 2014

Have you ever gotten an email in a language that you couldn't read? It is most likely a phish email or spam. Please remember: DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINKS if there are any. If you can't understand the email, you shouldn't be pressing on anything. Just mark the email as spam and delete it from your inbox. 

The example image is a Turkish phishing email.

Tip: If an email subject title seems strange or foreign, don't even bother to click on the email. Just mark it as spam and delete it. You don't know what will happen if you click on the email. 

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