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It is easy to miss if you are at home, but not so easy to notice if you have a biometric sensor in your home.
That is because it is often hard to tell if the biometric device is actually a door lock.
The key to detection is the presence of a small but noticeable fingerprint.
This is because the biometrics are typically a fingerprint sensor or an infrared sensor.
However, you can also find them hidden in doors and other small items such as drawers and purses.
If you look closely, you will see them embedded in the edges of door handles and in the corners of drawer handles.
If these biometric devices are there, they can be easily picked up by a thief and used to steal your valuables.
How to protect yourself from a phishing scam?
Before you begin any phishing attempt, make sure the person you are trying to phish is not in the house.
Make sure they are not in a place where you can see their face or your home’s door.
If the person is not present, they may not even know that you are phishing them.
If they know that they are being phished, they are unlikely to take action.
Once you have found a target, they will most likely follow you back to your home or business.
The easiest way to spot a phisher is by how the message is presented.
If it is clear and concise, it can be seen as a simple phishing message.
If too much information is being conveyed, or the message appears to be in a more cryptic or confusing manner, then it could be a fake phishing email.
If a person is able to read the message, they most likely will have guessed that you were trying to get them to pay for something.
The more information that is conveyed, the more likely they are to be fooled.
So be careful when sending a phished message.
Be sure that the message does not contain personal details such as your name or email address.
You can find out more about how to identify phishing scams on the ABS website.