If you've already opened an attachment or provided personal information through a fraudulent message, don't be affraid.
We recommend taking the following actions:
- Bad attachments can contain malware or lead to virus-infected websites. If you think you've opened something harmful, we recommend scanning your computer using a current version of an antivirus software.
- If you've entered your username and password on a fraudulent phishing site, change your password as soon as possible.
- If your financial information was compromised, contact your financial institution right away, and place fraud alerts on your credit reports. Also, keep a close eye on your account activities to spot any unauthorized charges.