6 Email Tips – Online Safety & Security You Should KnowIvy Pritz
6 Email Tips – Online Safety & Security You Should Know
Email Tips: Online Safety & Security practices are important to keeping your online identity unadulterated and free from viruses, hackers, and all sorts of Internet-based shenanigans. And the best place to start? Your inbox.
Here are some simple yet 6 important email security tips you should know in order to keep your email account as secure as possible.
1. Don’t Share Business Email Accounts To Everyone
Build your own Corporate Email? Contact
2. Beware Of Phishing Scams or Trap tricks
See also: http://davaoiphone.blogspot.com
3. Never Click Links In Emails (Doubtful)
Phishing brings me to my next point. Whenever you see a link in an email, 99% of the time you should not click on it. The only exceptions are when you’re expecting a particular email, such as a forum registration link or game account activation email. Things like that.
If you receive a spam email that tries to sell you a particular service or product, never click on any of the links inside. You never know where they’ll lead you. Sometimes they might be safe; other times they’ll bring you straight to the doors of hell and swarm you with malware and viruses.
4. Do Not Open Unsolicited Attachments or Unknown file (Malware/Image HOAX)
Attachments are a tricky thing when it comes to email. If you’re expecting something from a buddy or an uncle, then sure, go ahead and open the attachment. Have a laugh at the funny photo they sent you. It’s all good when you know the person sending the attachment. 🙂
5. Scan For Viruses & Malware
If you open an email and it seems suspicious in any way, go ahead and run a malware and virus scanner. Not every spam email will infect you with a virus and it may seem like overkill to run a malware scanner every time you open a fishy email, but it’s better to be safe than sorry.
TIPS: If you are using windows 10. do not install any free downloaded anti-virus (cracked) or you will be in disk risk. Just update your Windows 10 together Windows Defender.
6. Avoid Public Wi-Fi or Free VPN Apps
And lastly, avoid checking your email when you’re on the public Internet. Yes, I know that when you’re waiting for an airplane to reach your gate, it can be tempting to whip out your smartphone or laptop and check for new messages. Unfortunately, public Wi-Fi and/or Free VPN apps can be extremely insecure.
Learn more about SmartPhone/iPhones
How useful was this post?
Click on a star to rate it!
Average rating / 5. Vote count: