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July 18, 2017  •  204 Comments


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Go with your gut on this one. If something smells fishy or feels off, it probably is. Phishing emails are designed to seem like they are being sent from a real person or company in order to obtain information from you. A spyware download may also look like a genuine file. Bogus security experts may also claim that your computer has a virus and that they’ll take care of it for you—usually for a fee or remote access to your computer. If you think it’s fake, don’t even open it. You can try to determine if it’s fake by looking for inconsistencies in the sender’s address or subject line.

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www.norton.com/setup recommends Be suspicious of external downloads and emails

Go with your gut on this one. If something smells fishy or feels off, it probably is. Phishing emails are designed to seem like they are being sent from a real person or company in order to obtain information from you. A spyware download may also look like a genuine file. Bogus security experts may also claim that your computer has a virus and that they’ll take care of it for you—usually for a fee or remote access to your computer. If you think it’s fake, don’t even open it. You can try to determine if it’s fake by looking for inconsistencies in the sender’s address or subject line.

https://setnortoncom.com/
NORTON.COM/SETUP(non-registered)
www.norton.com/setup recommends Be suspicious of external downloads and emails

Go with your gut on this one. If something smells fishy or feels off, it probably is. Phishing emails are designed to seem like they are being sent from a real person or company in order to obtain information from you. A spyware download may also look like a genuine file. Bogus security experts may also claim that your computer has a virus and that they’ll take care of it for you—usually for a fee or remote access to your computer. If you think it’s fake, don’t even open it. You can try to determine if it’s fake by looking for inconsistencies in the sender’s address or subject line.

https://setnortoncom.com/
NORTON.COM/SETUP(non-registered)
www.norton.com/setup recommends Be suspicious of external downloads and emails

Go with your gut on this one. If something smells fishy or feels off, it probably is. Phishing emails are designed to seem like they are being sent from a real person or company in order to obtain information from you. A spyware download may also look like a genuine file. Bogus security experts may also claim that your computer has a virus and that they’ll take care of it for you—usually for a fee or remote access to your computer. If you think it’s fake, don’t even open it. You can try to determine if it’s fake by looking for inconsistencies in the sender’s address or subject line.

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