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TechRepublic:10 Tips for Spotting a Phishing Email

These ten tips from TechRepublic make great sense.  Read the full article here .
1. The message contains a mismatched URL
2. URLs contain a misleading domain name
3. The message contains poor spelling and grammar
4. The message asks for personal information
 5. The offer seems too good to be true
6. You didn’t initiate the action
 7. You are asked to send money to cover expenses
 8. The message makes unrealistic threats
 9. The message appears to be from a government agency
10. Something just doesn’t look right

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