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In this video, we share quick diagnosis tips that may help you resolve the issue on your own. Additionally, these tips assist you in answering the questions the support representative will ask to diagnose the problem. Read more

Beware of these types of emails! These do not originate from Microsoft and aim to find out your login details. So be sure not to click on them and delete them immediately. Read more

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Phishing emails in circulation

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Phishing emails in circulation

⚠️ We regularly receive notifications from customers who have received this email. This is a clear example of phishing and can be recognized by these characteristics.
✅ The email address used is clearly not from Microsoft.
✅ Odd use of language and capitalization.
✅ Microsoft (or others) will never send emails to aks you to keep your password.
✅ Strong sense of urgency.
? Never click on links in such emails and delete them immediately.
? Warn others and share this post.

Do you have doubts about certain emails? Do not hesitate to ask our technical service questions to avoid worse.
Do you want to train yourself and/or your employees better in recognizing malicious emails? Learn more about our cybersecurity training.


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