If you've been keeping up with Security Tips & Talk, you know that phishing scams are fraudulent e-mail messages or Web sites that try to fool you into filling out forms. Phishers use the information you enter to steal your identity.
If you think you have received a phishing e-mail message that appears to come from Microsoft, please do the following:
1. Forward the e-mail to Microsoft, using the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Forward the e-mail to the Anti-Phishing Working Group, using the e-mail address email@example.com.
If you use the Microsoft products below, you can also do the following:
To report a phishing Web site using Internet Explorer 7, on the Tools menu, point to Phishing Filter, and then click Report This Website.
To report a phishing Web site from the Windows Live Toolbar, click the OneCare Advisor button on the toolbar. In the dialog box that appears, click Report this website as phish.
To report a phishing e-mail message using Hotmail or Windows Live Mail, click Junk.
Do not respond to the e-mail message or click any links in the message. For more tips, see How to handle suspicious e-mail.
To help avoid phishing scams, use Microsoft Phishing Filter, and read Recognize phishing scams and fraudulent e-mails.
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