Here are several phishing examples to warn you to stay away from these emails.
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Google's chrome has some of the best browser security with its Safe Browsing. Safe Browsing will protect you against a website that is suspected of containing malware or phishing.
More information in the Gmail Help Center: mail.google.com
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One of the best ways to protect yourself is to use Mozilla Firefox.
Private Browsing - When you enable this feature, you won’t leave a single browsing fingerprint behind for others to discover.
Anti-Malware which protects you from viruses, worms, trojan horses and spyware
Anti-Phishing - Firefox gets a fresh update of web forgery sites 48 times in a day, so if you try to visit a fraudulent site that’s pretending to be a site you trust.
See all the ways Firefox can protect you here.
Internet Explorer 9 is the latest and safest version of Internet Explorer.
IE 9 Protectio.
Malware - software that a cybercriminal can use to steal your bank account information, track everything you type, send out malicious software or spam, or harm your computer.
Phishing - an attack where a cybercriminal pretends to be a legitimate organization, such as your bank, in order to deceive you into giving up personal information such as credit card numbers and account information.
See all the security feature here.
Download IE 9 if you still choose to use Internet Explorer.
Microsoft and Mozilla are exchanging heated jabs about whose browser is more secure, but your browser can only protect you so much from phishing attacks. Your own brain may be your best defense. Here are three ...
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