E-mail communication has become an integral part of our professional and personal lives.

Use a strong password
Choosing a strong password is one of the most important things you can do to protect your mailbox. Avoid common or easy-to-guess passwords, such as birth dates, pet names or common words. A strong password should consist of a combination of upper and lower case letters, numbers and special characters. It is also important to never share your password with anyone.

Enable two-factor authentication
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an additional security mechanism that can help protect your mailbox. This feature requires the addition of a unique security code, usually sent via SMS, to access your account. This way, even if someone knows your password, they cannot access your account without this additional code.

Check your mailbox regularly
It is important to regularly monitor your mailbox for suspicious or unauthorized activity. If you notice any unexpected changes in your email, such as sent messages that you didn’t write or deleted messages that you didn’t delete, it’s possible that your mailbox has been hacked. If this is the case, change your password immediately and contact your email service provider.

Avoid suspicious messages
Suspicious messages, such as spam emails or emails with suspicious attachments, may contain malware or links to infected websites. It is important to be cautious when opening emails from unknown senders or messages containing invitations to download files or click on links. Also, avoid giving out sensitive personal information via email, as there is a possibility that this information could be intercepted or used for malicious purposes.

Use a secure connection
Make sure your Internet connection is secure when accessing your mailbox. Avoid using unsecured public Wi-Fi networks to access your mailbox, as these networks can be vulnerable to hacker attacks. Instead, use a private and secure Internet connection or a virtual private network (VPN) to access your mailbox.