Anti-Phishing Tip #1
Passwords in Email = Epic Fail
Never send your password in email
THE TRAP: You receive an urgent email that appears to be from ASTI asking you to reply with your password because your account is "compromised" or "over quota" or "suspended due to inactivity".
YOUR DEFENSE: ASTI and organizations that care about the protection of your information should never ask you to send your password, bank account numbers, Social Security Numbers, driver's license numbers, health information, or health insurance information via email. Decline requests to send this information in email.
Remember: Only You can Protect Your Password!
Not sure if it's a phish? Drop us a line. Send email to email@example.com.