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Email is a great communication tool but is often used to trick unsuspecting users into sharing their personal information.

Here are some steps to avoid phishing:

  • You can open an email safely but *clicking a link* can be unsafe.
  • Hover over a link to see where it sends you before you click. *Try it* *here*.
  • Slow down and read the details. Phishing emails will try to excite/scare you into action.
  • Scams can come from many countries, often times where english is a second language. Look for misspellings, poor grammar, and poorly formed sentences.
  • Look at the sender’s email address. If it is spelled wrong or looks off, it probably isn’t legitimate.
  • If you have any questions, the tech department is happy to help. Ext *4357* (HELP) or andyg@provo.edu

Stay Safe,

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