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Have you ever heard about email scam? Oh wait! In this era, I believe all of us have heard of email scam once in our lifetime. The question should be more like – Have you ever been a victim of email scam? A lot has been said about the rapid enterprises inc stamps. And a lot can be learned from that. Phishing is one of the most common way of fooling people effortlessly. Hackers use this technique to get the credential of the user and ultimately, break into their network. That’s how hackers steal the user’s personal and other information.

Most of the Tec savvy people would feel that the are safe from a phishing attack. Most of them would ignore mails from genuine brands as well, thinking that it is a spam.

Common people tend to ignore messages that fall into the suspicious category, Said rapid enterprises inc stamps. You may feel that these common people are too busy to be trapped in an email scam, but the truth is that they are most likely to get trapped in such frauds.

Amongst all these things that are happening in the cyber security, one question stands on the top of the FAQs in email scams list, and that is – how to detect scam mails?

How to find out if the sender is genuine or not?

Some fraud emails look extremely similar to genuine mails from popular brands and that’s how people get tricked. But today, we are going to help you with the process of finding whether the sender is a genuine person/someone representing a brand or a fraudster.

This exceptionally easy 3-steps process will clear all your doubts and the next time you will see a mail, you will instantly identify which email is genuine and which one is not!

Check for authenticity

The very first thing you need to do is to begin with the process of verifying on your own. Just hover to “From” section display name to know the email address that pops up.

Here, you must know that it is extremely easy for attackers to spoof just a display name so that the receiver think it is genuine. But hovering over the name will make things clear.

It will disclose the fact that the display name is fake, and the mail is coming from a different individual altogether. Next, the step is to check if it is coming from an old conversation.

If it is someone with whom you regularly communicate, then just look if there is a difference between the display names of the older messages compared to the new one. Also, look at the email signature for the same.

You can also go for the orthodox way of directly making a call to the sender and verify if the mail or message was meant for you or not.

Investigate on your level

Not all attackers will be lazy at their job! Some of them may try to be smart and make it a little complex for you to track what they do to you.

Let’s go back to the step where we hovered over the display name. This may sound weird but most of the times, there would be a mistake in the display name, it would be in front of you, but you won’t be able to notice it the first time you see it.

This could be anything, “rn” instead of “m”, “1” instead of “l” or anything else. Just a slight difference in the address can make the mail to reach somewhere else.

In such a case, check the internet header information to confirm where the email is supposed to go.

A simple way of search

This is an amazing still the easiest way of finding the authenticity of the sender of a mail. You just have to do a search on the email domain. This tactic is great for the people you don’t know or someone who is sending you a mail for the first time.

To verify the ownership of the domain name and other details, sites like ICANN and WHOis can help you with that. A nice way to find out the truth when the sender claims that they are in this business for years now, and you can check the fact by just seeing the details of when the site was registered and gone live.    


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