How to deal with spam in Office 365?
Annoying, but also sophisticated and insidious are spams that threaten us in the online world and attack our devices and systems on a daily basis. Check out our tips and hints how to protect yourself and deal with an attack in Office 365.
Spam has been with us for over 40 years. The first message marked as spam was sent on May 3, 1978, and since then, the amount of spam has been growing, its nature has changed, techniques used by spammers and tools for defense against it are evolving.
In addition to ordinary spam, which is above all annoying, there are also highly dangerous forms, trying to lure the recipients of login data to the systems used(phishing) or containing various forms of malicious content (malware). You have certainly noticed that there have been several targeted attacks, among others, on hospitals in recent months, but some have also targeted MUNI faculties. Protection against spam - especially its dangerous variants - is now more important than before.
Therefore, we have prepared information for you about working with spam in Office 365, including the possibility of:
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