How To Prevent Hacking Mail Password

26/06/2011 09:58

Do not click on links in an e-mail, instant messaging or chat to get to a website if you

suspect that the message can not be authentic or you do not know the sender or handle user

Instead, call the company by phone or connect directly to the website

typing the Web address in your browser

Avoid filling out forms in e-mails requesting personal financial information

You only need to be informed, as credit card numbers or account

information through a secure website or by phone

Always make sure you use a secure website when you provide credit card or other

sensitive information through your Internet browser

Phishers are now able to "spoof" or falsify, and "https", which normally

see when you are on a secure Web server and an address legitimate aims. You

can even see the link at a time spam. Again, make a habit of entering

address of a bank, shopping, auctions, or website on financial transactions

yourself and do not depend on the links displayed.

Phishers may also forge the yellow lock you normally see at the bottom

your monitor to a secure site. The lock has generally been seen as another

indicator is in a "safe" site. Lock, when double clicked, displays the

security certificate for the site. If you receive a notice that shows the direction

published on the site that does not match the certificate, do not continue.

Remember that all spam sites is to show the "https" and / or safety lock. Get

tend to look the address bar, too. You have been directed to PayPal? It is

something to watch online different direction, as

"Http: / / / paypal / login.htm?" Be aware of where you are going.