Suspicious Emails Could Open Your Computer to Attack

Scam alert

Cyber criminals are always looking for their next score, and that target could be you. Do you know what to do if you receive a suspicious email?

In a suspicious email, the criminal will use tempting or threatening language to get you to do one of two things: click on a link or download an attachment. If you do either of these actions, you open your computer to attack from the criminal.

If you receive a suspicious email, do not open any attachments or follow any links that may be embedded in the suspicious message from an unknown sender.

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