Phishing pages

If they cannot guess the password, cyber criminals will try to make you
give it to them, without you even realizing. Keep your eyes wide open
when you see e-mails asking you to reset your password, especially if
you have not requested it. These phishing
messages often will come to email addresses other than the one that’s
associated with your Twitter account, which is a major red flag.

If they cannot guess the password, cyber criminals will try to make you
give it to them, without you even realizing. Keep your eyes wide open
when you see e-mails asking you to reset your password, especially if
you have not requested it. These phishing
messages often will come to email addresses other than the one that’s
associated with your Twitter account, which is a major red flag.

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