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I am recieving spam
Spam emails can be annoying and potentially harmful. Taking preventive measures can help you minimize the amount of spam you receive and enhance your overall online security.
Be cautious when sharing your email address online, especially in public forums or untrusted websites.
Regularly mark and report spam emails to train your email provider's spam filters.
Avoid clicking on links or downloading attachments from unknown senders.
Never reply to spam emails, as it confirms to the sender that your email address is active.
Secure your email account with a strong and unique password.
Enable 2FA to add an extra layer of security to your email account.
Keep your operating system, email client, and antivirus software up-to-date to protect against security vulnerabilities.
Be cautious when filling out online forms. Use a secondary email address if possible.
Only use unsubscribe links from reputable senders. Avoid using them for suspicious emails.
Adjust your social media and online account privacy settings to limit personal information exposure.
Avoid sharing your email address on social media or public forums.
Set up filtering rules in your email client to automatically categorize or move suspicious emails to a separate folder.
Refrain from using excessive exclamation marks, all caps, or excessive emojis in your emails.
Be cautious of offers that seem too good to be true or come from unknown sources.
Review privacy policies of websites and services before providing your email address.
Taking these steps can significantly reduce the amount of spam you receive and enhance your online security. Remember that vigilance and cautious behavior online are essential to maintaining a clean and secure email environment.