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    Post How can I protect my online accounts from phishing attacks?

    To protect your online accounts from phishing attacks, be cautious about clicking on links in emails or messages, and always verify the sender's identity. Additionally, enable two-factor authentication (2FA) for an extra layer of security.


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    There are lots of antivirus in the market that can help you but, when ever you are logging in use authentic VPN to stay safe from hackers

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    Hi,

    Protecting your online accounts from phishing attacks involves being cautious with emails, avoiding clicking on suspicious links, verifying sender addresses, enabling two-factor authentication (2FA), and regularly updating passwords. Also, consider using security tools provided by your accounts or browsers to flag potential phishing attempts.

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