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What is a Phishing Website?
Phishing websites are fraudulent sites that impersonate legitimate businesses to trick you into revealing your personal or financial information. They might look like the real website, use a similar URL, or send emails that appear to come from a legitimate business.
What can I do?
If you believe this is a false positive and the website you're trying to reach is legitimate, please follow these steps:
Verify the URL - Check the website URL carefully. Phishing websites often use web addresses that look similar to the genuine ones but are slightly misspelled or altered.
Look for HTTPS - Legitimate websites use a secure connection. Check if the website's URL begins with "https" instead of "http". A lock symbol should also be displayed near the URL.
Contact the Organization Directly - If you're still unsure, contact the organization directly using contact information obtained from a trusted source, not the suspicious website or email.