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1. Relax! And think twice before clicking on a link RECOGNISE SUSPICIOUS MESSAGES IN TIME AND SEND THEM TO SUSPICIOUS@SAFEONWEB.BE Phishing test Do you recognise suspicious messages? Discover whether you would fall into the trap of internet criminals. Are you an expert? Or could you use some more training? Take the test on SAFEONWEB.BE YOU RECOGNISE A SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? Immediately send it to, don’t click on links and don’t enter any personal information. TOO LATE! YOU PASSED ON YOUR DATA. NOW WHAT? Warn your friends if you sent them a fake message. Change your passwords immediately and notify your bank and CardStop if you’ve passed on your bank details. R.E. Miguel De Bruycker, Wetstraat 18, 1000 Brussel.

2. “Relax and think twice before clicking on a link” How do you recognise suspicious messages? Phishing messages:: • are usually unexpected and you get them for no reason • are coercive or arouse your curiosity • contain language errors or have a strange writing style • have a vague contact title or use your email address instead of your name • come from an unknown sender • contain a link that doesn’t lead to a safe website Not only emails can be malicious messages. More and more scammers try to make their move using fake text messages. This phenomenon is called Smishing . You can also receive phishing messages via social media such as Facebook and WhatsApp. What is phishing? Phishing is a form of online fraud using malicious emails, websites or messages. Cybercriminals try to take advantage of something you believe in or someone you trust. They also play on people’s fear. Don’t be fooled!


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