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Stay Alert for Dangerous Attachments
Downloading infected files puts you and your employer at risk
This was a test — a dangerous attachment could have given hackers access to your computer, compromised your company’s network, or infected your system with malicious software

Beware of These Warning Signs
  • Unsolicited emails that contain attachments
  • Random requests to download forms, fill them out, and return them
  • Free software or media files that seem too good to be true
Email Safety Tips
  • Don’t download any attachments in suspicious emails
  • Delete suspicious emails with attachments without responding
  • Ask your IT department for advice if you’re unsure