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Spam & Phishing

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How to detect phishing early on and protect yourself from unwanted e-mails. 

What is spam?


Spam refers to unsolicited advertising e-mails sent to recipients.

Have you received a spam e-mail? Notify spam to your e-mail service provider. If you are a Bluewin subscriber use the “Notify spam” function in your Webmail.


Legal aspects related to spam

What is phishing?


Phishing generally refers to e-mails (and also SMS or calls) in which fraudsters try to access confidential data like your login data or e-mail accounts, social networks or bank and credit card details. The e-mails often contain links leading to a fraudulent website.


Have you received a phishing e-mail? Let us know and delete the suspicious e-mail.


Notify phishing

Have you already entered your data?If you have entered your Swisscom Login or e-mail password for your Bluewin account, please change them immediately in the Customer Center. You have to contact the relevant provider to change the login data for social networks, auction platforms, pay systems or credit card details.


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Protect yourself

Protection from spam

Spam e-mails are sent daily, mostly by anonymous servers, and affect almost all e-mail users. You can protect yourself from spam by following a few rules when using e-mail programs.

Protection from phishing

You can also protect yourself from phishing attacks by following a few rules of conduct.

E-mails are classed as spam

Do your e-mails end up in recipients’ spam folders by mistake or aren’t sent in the first place?


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