Hot answers tagged phishing
You actually can't do anything. Just be careful. There are a lot of famous websites all over the internet and a lot more of phishing clones with slightly different domain-name. Maybe I'm wrong but bookmarking correct address seems like safer solution to me. At least, you can't type wrong letter or top-domain.
I am not sure that it is legit or not, but I suggest you to check that activity by yourself. If that is true, you should change your password immediately. You can do the following steps to check the activities to your account. 1) scroll down till the end of your inbox in your gmail account and click on Details link. 2) Then you will find the latest ...
This site should send you to the appropriate form to report phishing http://twitter.com/help/escalate Specifically, have your friend fill out the "Account hacked" form.
Reading from your description, I believe that it is due to the fact that you have advertised your email address to other people, which resulted in you receiving those SEO-based email spam. This might not necessarily be the case though, so I can believe that it is something up with your client or maybe its just so coincidental. Note that Google does show ...
There are a number of browser extensions out there that can help with that. One such for Chrome is Anti-Phishing & Authenticity Checker. This particular extension puts an icon in the address bar when you are actually at facebook.com, twitter.com, youtube.com or google.com. There are quite a few others. Just search for "phishing" in the extension/add-on ...
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