- Evaluate the sender – Examine the email address of the sender and ask yourself these questions:
- Do you recognize this email address?
- Is the address a verified source?
- Does the domain name make sense, or does it have odd characters and misspelled words?
- Read the email – Carefully read the content in the email to determine if this were a message you would normally receive. If there are any grammatical errors or the content does not make sense, then that could be an indicator that something isn’t right. Some phishing attempts will go as far as pretending to be someone you know or email with regularly. Check the email signature to make sure the person’s contact information is up to date and accurate.
- Think before you click! – Do NOT click on a link or download a document if you are not entirely positive you trust the source of the email. Hover over the link to see if it directs you to a page you recognize. A lot of cybercriminals will direct you to a spoofed site designed to look like the real thing.
- Do not submit user or login information – If an email is asking you to click on a link to submit user information, requesting a software update, or a password change that should ring some warning bells. To double-check if this is a legitimate request, go to your login page and submit your credential the way you normally would, or contact the organization from which the email came from.
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