Protect against phishing

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Protect your account against phishing

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The term phishing describes identity theft scams involving phony websites and emails or other messages. The goal of a phishing attack is to gain access to your account and sensitive information. An attacker can create their own website that mimics a reputable one or send you a message that seems to come from a trusted source. Phishing messages can come from a fake account or an account that has been hacked.

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