Phishing and spam emails are fraudulent messages that aim to trick people into giving away personal or financial information. Attackers may create fake websites or use other tactics to make their messages appear legitimate. These emails can be difficult to spot, but some common tactics include urgent or threatening language, requests for personal information, or offers that seem too good to be true. To avoid phishing scams, it's important to be cautious when opening emails or messages from unknown senders, and verify any information requests made by the sender.
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