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Phishers feed off of their victims' carelessness, ignorance of network security rules, and gullibility.
Many users ignore simple facts:
You should never give any details about your debit card (its number, validity, PIN and last three numbers in the signature band (CVV2/CVC2) if somebody asks for them for a lottery, promo campaigns, during a conversation, or in an incoming message (including from addresses in your address list).
In fact, by giving out this information, you are letting an unknown party manage your funds.
To minimize the risk of falling for scams, especially if you are too trusting or careless, follow our simple tips. Remember that your data and money will remain safe only if you follow the full range of protection measures.
No software other than an anti-virus can clean a mail database from malicious software that has penetrated it through emails.
A present-day anti-virus solution is quite different from yesterday's file anti-virus. A single anti-virus is not enough!