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Two-step authentication can typically be easily set up through the website’s Security settings, but you can find information on how to set it up and what sites to use it for here.
As Holden warns: “These credentials can be abused multiple times.” That means anything connected to a compromised email is at risk as well, and after a hack this big, we all need to be careful. We’d like to tell you about our mission and how you can help us fulfill it.
MICROSOFT users have been subjected to a barrage of spam this week after the company have had issues screening out junk emails.
According to , a Russian hacker nicknamed “The Collector” posted in an online forum about stealing the credentials, and is selling them all for a mere 50 roubles – which comes out to less than one American dollar.
If you have already opened the email before realising it's spam, it’s not too late - just don’t open any of the links.
Even ‘unsubscribe’ options count – sophisticated scammers look for any way to fool you so rather than preventing further messages, clicking the link will only confirm your email address is active and probably attract more unwanted messages.
Microsoft first acknowledged the issues on Tuesday evening, writing on a service page: "Some users may be receiving excessive spam mail." But later the technology company claimed to have been able to put in fixes which were designed to protect the inboxes of users and its infrastructure, the BBC reports.
Earlier this month, tech experts revealed exactly how to prevent a stream of spam entering our inboxes from companies we’ve never heard of.