**THINK before you click**, beware of phishing emails!
A phishing email is an email that looks like originating from a reputable institution and that usually contains a request to click on a link to confirm/modify etc.. one's
credentials. In fact this link will bring you to a malicious website that will steal your credentials while you naively insert them.
Here is a short guide on how to avoid being fooled by this type of scams.
If you really think the email is legitimate, do NOT click on the link but rather write yourself the link URL
in the address bar of your browser. And while you do so, be aware that a deceptive malicious URL
might be `leidneunv.nl' instead of the correct one `leidenuniv.nl'.
Look out for common phishing language in your emails, e.g. verify your account, confirm your password, etc…
Whenever you insert any credentials in your browser, always use https and always check the information of the SSL certificate by clicking on the padlock at the beginning of the URL
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