Electronic mail is used by most people to communicate with one another, send and receive messages, as well as for financial transactions and corporate data. This information must remain private and confidential in the owner's hands and should not be made available to the public. This level of security can be difficult when it all is stored on remote servers over the internet. Hotmail and AOL offer the most up-to-date spam filtering and password protection tools, making them nearly impossible to hack into. 

Users can take steps to protect their identities and prevent data theft. You can protect your business email by using a unique password that includes numbers, letters, and symbols. You should also change your password each month. Be careful where you put your email address. You may be redirected to your Hotmail or AOL login page by some sites. They will ask you to sign in using your username and password. Tracking cookies may store this information and make spam and chain mail easier to target your inbox.

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Advanced spam filter technology is used by email service providers to prevent unsolicited emails from reaching your inbox. This reduces the chance of identity theft and other forms of spyware stealing personal and financial information. You should never open junk mail without having complete confidence in its sender. 

Notify your bank immediately if you receive an email asking for financial or banking details. You should not make any transaction without speaking to your bank representatives by phone. These security measures are essential for protecting your financial and personal information. Any authentic correspondence should not ask for this information but redirect you to the secure HTTPS site.