Always make sure to see who your email is from before you click any links. Nowadays, the new scam is “phishing”.
Hackers will create emails to portray themselves as you and will send out emails to your contacts with links that will lead to bad websites. These websites usually try to get you to login to something like your email, but instead it ends up giving them your login information.
This is especially problematic for those that use the same password for many of their websites. Is your email password the same as your bank password? What about your social media?
It is always recommended to use unique and complex passwords on each and every website you visit to mitigate problems such as phishing.
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