Your email of choice, whether Gmail's web portal or a desktop program like Outlook, already comes with a decent set of security tools. For example, it can snag suspicious emails and automatically toss them into your spam folder. To help out your email client, report spam whenever you find it, which will make it easier for the program to spot something untoward next time. Be wary of any email asking you to click a link, especially if it comes out of the blue without any context--and particularly if it comes from someone you don't know. Phishing emails can appear to come from trusted contacts, but they often arrive from bizarre-sounding email addresses.
May-11-2017, 19:25:05 GMT