How to protect your mail from spam

How to protect your mail from spam

On most Internet resources, registration is required to receive content or service, registration implies to give a personal email.

It would seem that nothing terrible is happening, but over time, your personal mailbox begins to receive emails with advertising. It is interesting to note that emails come not only from those services on which you registered but also junk mail with content that is dismissed for you.

It is logical to assume that some of the sites where you left your email address, is not legal to manage the data that you have give to them and transfer (or sell) information to spam services. In some cases, information gets to cybercriminals in an unclean way through hacking the system where you previously registered. But how to do with it? It is not in our power to reeducate those people who trade in information, and naturally, we cannot fix all security bugs. But there is a solution, so to speak, to make a knight's move. And then temp mail services come to the battlefield of normal correspondence and SPAM.

They appeared not so long ago, the trend began to gain popularity 5 years ago. Let's see how they work and how they protect us? The meaning of the temporary mail service is that a temporary, usually 1 hour, an email address is created for each user. Then we use this address for registration, get confirmation links to it, etc. In the end, you will have an account on the service you need, and your mailbox will never receive spam messages since it has not been lit up anywhere.

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