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I hope all guys here can help me or give me an advise about the topic statements. I'm idiot in computer. Does somebody can check my status while I'm using WEB e-mail? I meant someone can hack to my computer?
 
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what do you mean WEB email? do you mean a webiste email?
 
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It really does not matter what email program you use, there is always a possibility a bad guy can hack into your computer. But this can very easily be prevented by following these very simple rules:

1. Keep Windows current.​
2. Keep your security solution current.​
3. Avoid being "click-happy" on unsolicited attachments, links, downloads, and popups.​

So if you get an email, especially an unsolicited email from someone you do not personally know or a company or organization you have no association with, be suspicious. Don't open it. Delete it. And in particular, do not click on any links in it or open any attachments.
 
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what do you mean WEB email? do you mean a webiste email?
YES.

It really does not matter what email program you use, there is always a possibility a bad guy can hack into your computer. But this can very easily be prevented by following these very simple rules:

1. Keep Windows current.​
2. Keep your security solution current.​
3. Avoid being "click-happy" on unsolicited attachments, links, downloads, and popups.​

So if you get an email, especially an unsolicited email from someone you do not personally know or a company or organization you have no association with, be suspicious. Don't open it. Delete it. And in particular, do not click on any links in it or open any attachments.
If the files are both pdf and excel, is it dangerous or ....?
 
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is it dangerous or ....?
Yes.

It does not matter the file type. If you get an unexpected email from someone or a company you don't know, assume it is malicious. And for sure, if it has an attachment DO NOT OPEN IT!
 

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If the files are both pdf and excel, is it dangerous or ....?

They can be. This is not a yes or no answer.

Are you EXPECTING a PDF or excel document in the email? Do you know the sender? Is the answer no?

Then its probably not safe.

This sounds like a common sense problem, not a technical one.
 
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They can be. This is not a yes or no answer.

Are you EXPECTING a PDF or excel document in the email? Do you know the sender? Is the answer no?

Then its probably not safe.

This sounds like a common sense problem, not a technical one.
Online Microsoft WEB's e-mail is also safe?
 
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I don't save passwords on the PC
Anything you open or download only from a trusted source
 
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It is not the website email that is unsafe. It is the content that is delivered to your inbox that can cause problems. I have used outlook wemail on the corporate level for a huge company. If a huge IT based company uses it, it is probably ok.

And I'm with Jetster, no passwords saved, and I also use private mode, then close all browser windows down.
 

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Online Microsoft WEB's e-mail is also safe?
You're asking us, is my physical mailbox outside my house safe?

Sure the mailbox is, but the contents may not be.
If you got a mystery package that looked like a bomb and made ticking noises, would you open it?
 
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If you got a mystery package that looked like a bomb and made ticking noises, would you open it?
You mean like this?

 

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You mean like this?

Just like finding an email that says "click here for my nudes.exe" or "i love you sexy man come to my website and put in your credit card"
 
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Webiste themselves are generally safe, apply some common sense and you could be somewhat safe as well. Sadly most people dont learn common sense until its too late. Many of us here (on TPU) have learned by doing things the hard way, or had theopportunity to learn in a classroom. There are plenty of websites that explain do and dont specifically to teach you skills and how to apply common sense.

entering your last question into a search engine like google or bing might get different results, but I use my preferred search , DuckDuckgo and got this.


the first result is this


scrolling down


go ahead and put your questions in the search bar, you'll prolly get better explained answers.
 
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I'll be a hypocrite when it comes to Google but I've found gmail to be pretty decent with its spam filters and image blocking.

I think it's riskier in Enterprise situations, esp. when regular employees have access to emails and can open them. These are the situations that can result in targeted web emails with variations of phishing and malicious embedded links and images.

Someone can tell you over and over not to click on an image or link but anyone can make a mistake at any time. Me, I run my browser sandboxed and avoid links and images (unless I'm 100% sure of the source). I also use a disposable email acct. in certain cases--it's astonishing what garbage can collect in there.
 
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I'll be a hypocrite when it comes to Google but I've found gmail to be pretty decent with its spam filters and image blocking.
How that being hypocritical? Its not.

As everyone thus far has said, it is not the email program (or webmail service) you use, but the actual email itself - which could come from anywhere.

As far as enterprise/corporate scenarios, I agree but not for the reason you mention. I don't see where they would have "access to emails", unless intended for them. And for sure, they would not be able to open them, unless they have the password for that account.

The problem with enterprise/corporate scenarios is those users often assume, because they have professional IT security supporting their networks, that their emails are automatically safe. Not true.

Someone can tell you over and over not to click on an image or link but anyone can make a mistake at any time.
This is absolutely true! But if you are not "click-happy", that is, if you are disciplined to and habitually avoid automatically or haphazardly clicking on every unsolicited link, popup, attachment, and download you see, you have already greatly restricted your exposure to potential threats. Beyond that, see Steps 1 and 2 in my post #3 above.

As far as Google's Gmail spam filter, you are right in that it is very good at detecting spam. But it also frequently tags legitimate email as spam. :( Typically these include newsletters and forum notifications because those tend to be mass mailings of 100s or 1000s or more emails at once - a characteristic of spam too. For this reason, if you use gmail, I recommend you visit the spam folder at least every 3 weeks to make sure there are no false positives in there. If necessary, create a filter for those senders. Note gmail automatically deletes emails out of the spam folder after 30 days - hence my every 3 week recommendation.
 

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I hope all guys here can help me or give me an advise about the topic statements. I'm idiot in computer. Does somebody can check my status while I'm using WEB e-mail? I meant someone can hack to my computer?
As long as your computer is connected to a network(Which most of the time has internet access), you're vulnerable to getting hacked. Using Webmail or a client makes little difference. Do you own a smartphone? It's literally a computer you take with you anywhere you go, which 99.9% of the time has internet access.

Just research and practice safe browsing habits, and your efforts will mature to where you can easily spot something malicious.
 
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How that being hypocritical? Its not.
I don't like Google per se. That wasn't exactly clear in my initial post, sorry. :peace:

Phishing, smishing, and other means of attack via email are getting more sophisticated and clever, but as a general comment, it's more targeted toward Enterprise. You know this Bill_Bright, in fact, you've taken a very dim view of Enterprise behaviors in one of your past posts and with extremely good reason.

A home user would have to be either really distracted or naive, indulge in some pretty shady behavior online and/or download a lot of quack software to achieve an infection thru that vector. If one is into trialing various software, get a disposeable email and limit the risk to your everyday acct.
 
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Phishing, smishing, and other means of attack via email are getting more sophisticated and clever, but as a general comment, it's more targeted toward Enterprise. You know this Bill_Bright, in fact, you've taken a very dim view of Enterprise behaviors in one of your past posts and with extremely good reason.
Sorry, but I don't agree with any of this either. First, the fact "one" of my past posts was critical of enterprise behaviors IN NO WAY means I believe that type behavior is any better or worse of a behavior, or a bigger target than any other type target.

As far as "socially engineered" methods of distribution (phishing or otherwise tricking people to click on this or that), I don't believe enterprises are specifically targeted there either. You are suggesting bad guys are categorizing email addresses into enterprise and personal. That is, sorting by domain names. No way. They are too lazy for that.

They are just building, sharing and buying lists of compromised and/or mined collections of email addresses and mass mailing 1000s (millions!) of spam messages to those lists in the hopes a few will take the bait.

A home user would have to be either really distracted or naive, indulge in some pretty shady behavior

Not sure this is fair - even if true. All users, even you, plat, were newbies once, and thus naïve at one point or another. Some who have been around awhile seem to forget that. Others, sadly, are so arrogant, they assume they are smarter than the bad guys and could never be tricked. That's being naïve, as well as arrogant. And then there are those, such as typical "invincible" teenagers who are convinced, "it will never happen to me."

I have seen some extremely sophisticated email scams, with totally professional and legitimate "looking" emails coming my way. Some for Chase and US Banks, as examples, were so convincing, I might have clicked on them myself except for the fact I don't have accounts at either bank! So big red flags there for me. One even had my real name in it. The other said "Dear Customer" so that was another red flag. My point is, I've been actively involved in IS/IT security for decades as part of my professional career. I know what to look for because I am not a "normal" user. And yet, even to me, those were very convincing.

What is needed is more education.

Fortunately there are others like sowhat who aren't afraid to ask questions. :)
 
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I'll be a hypocrite when it comes to Google but I've found gmail to be pretty decent with its spam filters and image blocking.
like any email client, you have to set those up to increase efficiency over the basic, bottom of the endless pit, default filters.
 
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As far as "socially engineered" methods of distribution (phishing or otherwise tricking people to click on this or that), I don't believe enterprises are specifically targeted there either. You are suggesting bad guys are categorizing email addresses into enterprise and personal. That is, sorting by domain names. No way. They are too lazy for that.
I pretty much guarantee you anyone involved in security will tell you they are.

not because enterprise is less secure though, but because it requires different social strats for success for say, spearfishing, which relies entirely on knowing the target.

Don't ever assume the bad guys are "lazy." Some are, some aren't.
 
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Op got his answer. Now we are just writing dissertations that are meaningless to the conversation. We also trailed off to security at large.

If you need it unlocked OP for further OT discussion just report it.
 
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