How do you protect users from becoming victims of phishing attacks?
A healthy dose of skepticism
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If you are skeptical of most e-mails and such coming in, and see to "verify" the stuff, then you likely won't fall for it.
Just today a phishing e-mail made it through my Yahoo filter. Except I never ordered such cancellation and the link goes to some random IP address. Bogus!
Knowledge is power. Make sure people know the URLs and email addresses exactly before they reply to anything, and make sure that they know they will never be asked for passwords / etc.
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