Phishing is a type of fraud that aims to obtain confidential data for further use by third parties. Quite often, phishing is spread through emails that contain important or highly engaging content. For example, phishing aimed at obtaining logins and passwords for mailboxes is very common. For this, letters are sent informing about the need to go through verification or check the disk quota in the mail service. In this case, the letter itself will contain a link or a button directing to a full or partial copy of the authorization page of the target service.
It is often quite difficult to determine whether an email is phishing or not, therefore, when working with emails that explicitly or indirectly request confidential information, you should adhere to certain rules:
If you are a victim of phishing, you should take appropriate action as soon as possible: