Unisa once again asks that only the official myLife emails are used in most circumstances.
Thankfully, scammers still leave clues behind that point to an email being a fake – here’s what to look out for.
A takedown of Emotet earlier this year led authorities to a database you might want to check if you’re on.
If you receive an email with the subject line “Stimulus Cancellation Request Approved” you’re more than likely the target of a phishing attempt.
The treasure trove contains email usernames and passwords of CEOs, CFOs and even presidents of companies.
With the smorgasbord of attack surfaces available to cybercriminals we should all be careful of what email links we click on.
Invoices from ISP will only be available online Webafrica.
The email makes use of the official WHO logo to lure unsuspecting victims.
Five years later, Ashley Madison users are once again the targets of extortion.
Ever needed to send an important email at 3 AM? Gmail now does it for you.
A Redditor is giving children the gift of a normal email address
The first spam email sent was sent today in 1978 and advertised a PC.
Should you use Gmail, Outlook.com or Yahoo Mail as your email provider, it’s time to change all your passwords. Again.
The amount of spam in 2015 has dropped by 11.48% to 55.28% of overall email traffic.
Also, as much as 10% of all Gmail emails are actually auto-replies.
So long as you follow the internet’s first rule of TRUST NO ONE, you’ll be fine. Perhaps warn mom and dad as a precaution, though.
Sent an email you want to take back? Undo Send to the rescue.
Google would like to see all Gmail users on Inbox in the future.