Phishing means that adversaries try to get a user's credentials, such as log-in information, without the user's consent. This can, for example, be done by sending an email and asking for log-in information, or by making a user click on a malicious site that claims to be the intended service – but in fact, the website would belong to the adversary.

Key steps to make phishing attacks harder for your adversaries

If you want to make it harder for your adversaries to succeed in a phishing attack you can configure your email program in the following way.

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Key questions to detect phishing

There are some questions journalists should ask themselves if they receive a message and want to react to it.

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