Another nice example - I did a search online and this appears to be legit -
"for your security, you'll be asked for your password" ;-)
I marked it as spam and got an offer to unsubscribe as well - haven't seen that before (but think it's because it *is* from google).
Also had dubious mails from paypal in the last year, but no record of those right now.
Safer internet day - I can only laugh. Hollowly ;-)
May as well add the actual text:
Derek Slater, Google <no[email protected]>
[Name], did you know today is Safer Internet Day?
More than 100 countries around the globe are taking part in this daylong effort to raise awareness for smarter and safer Internet use.
We've talked a lot over the last year about the need for surveillance reform to ensure your stuff online gets the same protection as your stuff offline. But legal reform is just one piece of the puzzle — there are also things big and small that you can do to protect your security online.
So here are three things you can do to make your use of the Internet safer.
Protect your Google account. A strong password is only the beginning. Log in to your account now and update your security settings for better protection — it only takes a few minutes. [LINK] (For your security, you'll be asked for your password.)
Explore these 12 safety tips. There are lots of ways to keep your stuff safe online — at home, at work, or on the go. From stronger passwords to Safety Mode on YouTube, we've detailed 12 tips for you right here. [LINK] Explore them all and see what makes sense for you.
Share the tips with your family and friends. The more people know about how to protect their stuff, the more secure the Internet will be for all of us. Celebrate Safer Internet Day by sharing these tips with people you know, [LINK] and encourage them to do their part to stay safe online.
Happy Safer Internet Day, [Name]. And thanks for doing your part.